Supporting people to find a house and maintain a home
Through our mental health support and specialist homelessness services, we work with people to identify their needs and offer a range of support.
Securing long-term housing is an essential foundation for recovery and growth across other areas of health and wellbeing, including mental health.
Housing is part of the solution, but we aim to foster a sense of homefulness where people feel they belong, are safe, connected and can do the things that matter in their lives.
The value of experience
Using a shared-care approach, we work in partnership to draw from the expertise across multi-disciplinary teams and different organisations.
We also coordinate with other services as needed, connecting people to ongoing support, crisis assistance and primary health care.
Our teams include outreach workers, peer support workers, youth workers, community health nurses, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, and alcohol and other drug workers.