Our members provide a wide range of services and programs that can be accessed in a community setting. If you work in or around mental health and are interested in becoming a Homelessness NSW member apply now.
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Wollongong Emergency Family Housing Inc (WEFH) is a registered not-for-profit charity which supports families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to either sustain their existing accommodation or attain and keep new tenancies through a combination of early intervention, case management, referral, advocacy and information.
Specialist homelessness service for women and families escaping domestic violence. Based in Redfern, Sydney,
Women’s Community Shelters works with communities to establish new shelters, which provide short term emergency accommodation and support in a safe environment that enables homeless women to rebuild self-esteem and achieve control and fulfilment of their lives.
Providing quality, safe, and stable housing and homelessness services for women.
This service provide free legal information, casework, Duty Lawyer services and advice to vulnerable and disadvantaged people living and working in the NSW Central Coast.
This service supports young people, and single men and women, as well as families, including women and children experiencing domestic and family violence who are at risk of homelessness. It provides early intervention support to help people sustain their accommodation. The service re-houses men, women and families and, once housed, provides post-crisis support and follow-up to help prevent them from becoming homeless again. It has a strong focus on responses for Aboriginal people and is accessible to people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Yes Unlimited is all about investing in people and building better communities. We are a not-for-profit, community-based organisation and have been delivering a range of services and supports in Albury and surrounding areas for more than 35 years. Their team of over 30 staff are passionate about our community, and believe that everyone should have access to the resources, knowledge and supports they need to thrive.
Young Crisis Accommodation Centre Inc. was established in Young in 1989 and services Boorowa, Cootamundra. Harden, Temora and Young. Originally set up to provide safe and secure accommodation for women and children fleeing domestic violence and homelessness. The centre is a multi-purpose service centre offering tailored support plans for homeless people and those at risk of homelessness, including young people, women, men, individuals and families. The centre still maintains crisis accommodation for women and women with children. The centre also focuses on rapid rehousing and assistance to sustain tenancies.
YWCA is committed to helping to care for people who are experiencing housing distress and homelessness. Their homelessness services provides client-focused, flexible, trauma-informed case management to clients who experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. There are several support programs targeting families, individuals, senior women, and youth. The homelessness services programs operate in several regions across Sydney including the inner city, inner west, Eastern suburbs and Bankstown areas.