Who we assist
Chronically long term homeless people with complex needs, over 18 years. Mostly single adults with a small number of couples (no accompanying children), with predominantly (approximately 90%) Indigenous (equally male and female).
- Single adults or couples (no accompanying children)
- Sleeping rough / chronically homeless (some second generation rough sleeping),
- May be rotating between rough sleeping, living in camps accessing Diversionary Centre, accessing crisis accommodation services, presentations at hospital emergency departments and regular contact with police and judicial system, including periods of incarceration
- Predominantly (approximately 90%) Indigenous (equally male and female)
- Have long term and chronic alcohol and other substance use and/or addiction (some second generation addictions)
- Have coexisting serious mental health and physical health needs
Tenanting of the facility will be a collaborative process between the Tenancy and Property Manager, the Support Service Provider and the local Housing Service Centre. Collaboration between the Tenancy and Property Manager and the Support Service Provider will ensure the best mix and ‘match for success’.