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Charles Chambers Court, Aged Care (CCC)

Housing & homelessness

Surry Hills, 2010

Charles Chambers Court is an accredited residential aged care facility for 60 men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, or who have experienced financial or social disadvantage. Located in Surry Hills, NSW, the facility provides low-level residential aged care for those with Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) approval, promoting a consumer focused high quality and independent lifestyle. It is 100% concessional so therefore does not have bond payments (RAD/DAP).

Each resident receives their own furnished room with ensuite, with access to communal dining and lounge rooms.

Security systems maintain a safe but non-restricted environment.

A range of medical and allied health supports are available to all residents.


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Address
11 Hunt Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone number
0282416300
Email
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Fax
0292115855

Opening hours

24 hours per day, 7 days per week

Who we assist

Homeless men and women, those at risk of homelessness and those experiencing financial or social disadvantage who have been approved for residential aged care by an Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). A high proportion of residents suffer from mental health and/or drug and alcohol related illnesses. They require 24 hour nursing and medical care, support with activities of daily living, medication administration, nutrition and social activities. We also encourage applications from those who identify as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, Culturally or Linguistically Diverse, or LGBTIQA.

Eligibility criteria

Prior to admission all potential residents must be assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) as being eligible for admission to a residential aged care facility. This is based on the care needs of the individual.

As Mission Australia residential aged care facilities accommodate the homeless, those at risk of homelessness, and those experiencing financial or social disadvantage, the potential resident must complete a Department of Human Services SA457 form to validate their eligibility.

Referral process

Referrals come through local hospitals, outreach services, General Practitioners, crisis accommodation providers, Public Guardian or Trustee, and others. Residents are also able to self-refer, as can family members or friends on their behalf. Please see www.myagedcare.gov.au


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