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‘Bring Together’ Peer to Peer Program

What we offer

Mankurri-apinthi offers peer-to-peer group support aimed to improve people’s wellbeing, create larger support networks, improve knowledge, and enhance self-esteem and confidence. This program is run with the Australian Centre for Social Innovation. 


We believe the sharing of culture, lived experience and knowledge happens organically when mob meet.

We’re a support network, run by community.

We empower peer volunteers and families to come together and make choices about what they want to learn and do.

Community Led Groups:

  • Each group has a minimum of 1 peer volunteer who is supported by KWY

  • Each group has up to 6 peers working towards goals that meet weekly

  • Volunteers lead group yarning as group members work out their goals and what they want out of their groups

  • Possible group themes could be anything from cooking, culture, relationships, problem solving, time management, budgeting, or anything the group chooses.



- The service is for families with children aged birth to 18 years

- At least one parent or child is Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander

Peer Volunteers

  • Have lived experience

  • Identify as Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander or are part of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander families

Get started

Mankurri-apinthi is seeking both peers and peer volunteers.

If you are interested in connecting with your community and supporting one another through journeying together, we are interested in having a yarn with you.

Our goal is to connect you into your community and find a group with other like-minded people.


Referrals to the program can come from Government departments, Non-Government Organisations, family, community, self-referral and internally through KWY.

Click below to complete our online referral form. 


  • Adelaide Northern metropolitan area

  • Adelaide Western metropolitan Area

  • Mount Gambier region

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