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Day Programs, respite, residential, aged care & vocational services, Parent Support group.

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Subsidised housing and supported accommodation for those who meet the criteria.

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Vinnies Reconnect

NSW, Australia

A holistic service working with young people and their families to improve the level of engagement of young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in family education training, employment, and work for the community. Opportunities, choices and support are offered to young people and their families to enhance their lives. In an emergency contact the police on 000 or 03 5881 2244 or Domestic Violence Line 1800 656 463 (free Call). The is service provided on as needs basis focusing upon a strengths based approach. (Not available in Wentworth or Carathool)

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Homes Out West

NSW, Australia

Provides affordable, appropriate sensitively managed housing, ensuring equal access and housing security to low income earners. Services Southern Western Region

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Support for women and children to prevent homelessness. Crisis accommodation and Medium-term housing for women and their children. Advocacy, support and referral to other appropriate services when required.

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Subsidised government housing service to assist people on low incomes that require affordable housing. Department of Housing Wagga office manages townships of Batlow & Tumbarumba. Cootamundra Office manages township of Gundagai.

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Provides public housing on a subsidised rental system. Financial assistance to start and sustain a private tenancy, and financial assistance for temporary accommodation.There is a waiting list for public housing in most locations. There is a serveral year wait for public housing in Griffith, however they are accepting referrals

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Village Life - Thurgoona

NSW, Australia

Village Life - Affordable Rental Accommodation for Seniors, No bond or buy in fees. Provides furnished units comprising lounge, kitchenette, bedroom with en-suite bathroom and courtyard. An important part of the rental includes three meals a day. Bed linen and fresh towels are provided weekly. Community laundry facilities are also available. Emergency system is optional for residents. All Village Life units are ideally located for convenient acess to public transport, shopping centres and medical facilities.

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Provides government-owned housing to low income category earners. Provides bond assistance for private accommodation. Provides emergency temporary accommodation assistance in extreme circumstances eg floods. Recommends services to help clients to meet their housing needs.

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Sister Housing Enterprises Inc (SHE) is a medium term supported accommodation program for women and women with children who are escaping domestic violence, abuse or disadvantage. SHE also offers a Generalist Counselling service for women. SHE is the lead agency for the Domestic and Family Violence Intervention Service (DAFVIS) who provide case management to all people who are victims of domestic and family violence and who are in conatct with the criminal justice system. They also auspice the Court Assistance Scheme (CAS) providing assistance, advocacy and referral for women at court on domestic violence related matters.

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South-West Community Housing Association is a community-based low-income housing provider for all groups.

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Kurrajong Waratah Accomodation Support Services provide community based home accomodation for children & adults where staff support service users in all aspects of their daily living. Respite is available one weekend per month for adults, during school holidays & on weekends for children. Kurrajong Waratah also provides drop in support to enable adults to live in their own houses & flats as independently as possible.

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YES operates a range of youth services with the focus of provision of support services to young people who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Services include: Adolescent Family Counselling, Family Support Services, Broughton House Youth Refuge - 24/hr emergency service and outreach service, Youth Connections Program, Mentoring and Tutoring Program, Joint Support Program for young people under the supervision of Juvenile Justice, Community Access and Information Referral Service.

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This service provides crisis accommodation for young people, 15-17 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Services provided include case management, basic counselling, support and reconciliation for young people with families, family restoration/mediation, personal development, refferrals and advocacy, assisting young people maintain accommodatiion options and case conferencing.

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Service provides; Emergency accommodation,Transition Housing, Case Management, Outreach Service, Living Skills Program and weekly Drop In Group for person whom are homeless or at risk of becoming.

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Four Post Youth Camp

NSW, Australia

Accommodation/recreation/conference facilities in a bush setting. No Dogs allowed. Bookings Required

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Accommodation support for people with disabilities. Day program support for people with disabilities. Service entry / priority determined by DADHC. Also offer an Aboriginal Drop-in Support Service for ABTSI clients aged 18-65 years with a disability. 10 packages only - providing up to 35 hours support a week. Covers Kempsey, Nambucca and Coffs Harbour LGAs.

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Accommodation and support service for young women and children aged 13 -25. Four units, two exit houses and outreach to individuals.

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The Richmond Fellowship of NSW is a state-wide non-government organisation, providing support to people with a mental illness and/or psychiatric disability. Provide a range of accommodation services with varying levels of support that enable people with mental illness to live in the community in an environment of support and acceptance. (Current at 26/03/08)

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Cherrywood Village

NSW, Australia

Cherrywood Village provides supported hostel accommodation for those people with a disability unable to live in the family home. Additionally, community based housing programs are conducted providing supported accommodation for those wishing to live independently. Residents will pay 75% of their pension. Cherrywood also provides a range of services including: training in independent living skills, vocational training, clerical training, gardening, maintenance and catering.

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Service provides assistance to low-income aged, in insecure housing, homeless, public housing, to find appropriate permanent accommodation & to link them with any necessary care services.

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Disability support, Atlas day programs, case management and accommodation support. Referral process: case assessed against entry criteria.

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Transitional Accommodation for people with spinal cord injury or like disability. Personal care assistance must be met by, self, family or community care services ie Home Care. Assists with social & emotional adjustments to life in a wheelchair. (Must have own long term accommodation plans in place). No support outside business hours; normally linked with CRS for employment assistance or studying access to OT; Specialist Nurse; Waiting Period varies. Fees of 25% of Income for rent & 5% of income for security deposit per week (security deposit refundable if there is no damage to property) plus the payment of utilities and phone are required.

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Long term accommodation for adults with spinal cord injury, paraplegia or quadriplegia. New applicants must apply in writing (application form) and attend assessment. Decisions made by admissions committee. NOTE: going through transitional change; not taking any new long term residents.

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Clare Residence

NSW, Australia

Low cost accommodation for people who have a family member or relative in a Sydney Metropolitan hospital. Bookings are essential, during office hours.

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Provides long term housing for persons on a very low income. Manages 900 properties. Properties include generalist housing from the private market and Capital Stock, houses owned by Dept of Housing and managed by Pacific Link. Assessment is on a NEEDS basis/ranking system.

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Manages the public housing sector on the Central Coast; providing affordable housing for those who cannot access the private housing market. In addition to housing, the Department also organises for public housing tenants: information, advocacy, property maintenance and support to exit public housing. To make a request for maintenance call 13 15 71.

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Service provides flexible, high quality and affordable rental housing services to the Central Coast Aboriginal Community, which is culturally relevant. Assessment requires a completed tenancy application form. Waiting list

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Manages the public housing sector providing affordable housing for those who cannot access the private housing market. Also provides Rent Start assistance for clients to access private rental. In addition to housing, the Department also provides for public housing tenants: information, case management, advocacy and support, property maintenance and support to exit public housing. To make a request for maintenance call 13 15 71.

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NOT A SERVICE PROVIDER - A SERVICE FUNDER. Funds community housing associations and co-operatives such as Compass Housing Services and Pacific Link. Funds the purchase of building for emergency and exit housing(Crisis Accommodation Program) for the homeless and women's refuge. Area covered Newcastle, Lake Macquarie Port Stephens, Central Coast, Lower Hunter and Upper Hunter.

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Fernlea Hostel

NSW, Australia

Private Boarding House offering supported accommodation for people with mental illness and/or an intellectual disability.

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Compass Housing Services

NSW, Australia

Provides accommodation for people on a low income (either pension or wages). There is a waiting list for housing. However applications are assessed on a need and priority housing ranking may be possible. Operates three housing programs - community, affordable and market. Each program has different guidelines, however, generally the community program is for people eligible for DOH assistance, the affordable program is for low to moderate income earners and the market program is an alternative to real estate agencies for landlords. The market program has the flexibility to meet the needs of tenants outside program guidelines. Each program has different waiting periods. The houses are in different locations. As a result of the diversity it is recommended that interested persons ring or visit the office.

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Long term housing for persons on a very low or low income. Also clients needing some support. They are also a brokerage with other agencies, providing varying measures of support. Outreach offices Cessnock (1st & 3rd Friday of each month) at The Samaritans Information Neighbourhood Centre, 206 Vincent Street, Cessnock.(Mobile 0409 341 457) and at Toronto open 1st & 3rd Mon of each month. 9am -1pm. Free call to Gosford office for enquiries 1300654973.

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Long term housing for persons on a very low or low income. Also clients needing some support. They are also a brokerage with other agencies, providing varying measures of support. Outreach offices Cessnock (1st & 3rd Friday of each month) at The Samaritans Information Neighbourhood Centre, 206 Vincent Street, Cessnock.(Mobile 0409 341 457) and at Toronto open 1st & 3rd Mon of each month. 9am -1pm. Free call to Gosford office for enquiries 1300654973.

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McAuley Community Housing

NSW, Australia

Supported accommodation for men and women with an alcohol or other drug problem(with young children. This is a supported accommodation facility for 12 months to a 2 year period. They run 7 houses(1 for men and 6 for families) are available within the Newcastle LGA

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Provides assistance and referral to low income earners, long term unemployed, sufferers of domestic violence etc. Services does: Emergency Relief, Message prints - with outreach to Karuah Mission, Yaku Wuteth Wilangajarri - Meaning women. Move ahead domestic Violence Information & court support, with a 3 B/R house available in the Cessnock LGA(Barkuma Buunji Hut) referral to Debbie Dacey, Aboriginal Art & Craft Classes. Bush Tucker Catering and Tasting. Murals. Youth Art, Craft an Cultural programs. For the jarjums - Playgroup under school age. Job Seeking Assistance. Volunteer run literacy program. Cultural groups. Barkuma Aboriginal HACC Services is working to assist in establishment of the Aboriginal Multi Services to cover Cessnock, Maitland and Dungog.

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Service assists members of the Awabakal area to find suitable housing.

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60 1 and 2 bedroom self care units, cost $117,000 - $155,000.

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Community Aged Care Packages covering. Newcastle LGA area, Lake Macquarie, Singleton & Salamander Bay LGA's. For services such as Domestic Assistance, with personal care, light housework, meal preparation, assistance with medication via a webster pack, minimal assistance with transport to appointments or socialisation. The HNS provides Nursing Care for DVA Gold Card holders & a fee for service to general public.

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New Horizons operates a high care Aged Care Facility, disability accommodation, mental health day services and disability outreach services. Disability services are mainly for adults with a psychiatric or intellectual disability.

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Contact this department for information regarding public housing services availability and Rentstart Assistance Scheme for private tenancies.

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RHHCH provides affordable housing to people on low incomes and with special needs. RHHCH is not an emergency housing provider. The waiting list is needs based. Applicants need to provide proof of current Department of Housing application status. Please refer to www.housing.org.au

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Welfare office available for emergency financial help, food vouchers etc. Emergency Accommodation Services in the city: Women 9211 5794 (Samaritan House); Men 9212 1065; Teenage Boys 9331 2266; Careline 9331 6000; Crisis Line 9331 2000; Youth Line 9360 3000. Counselling Services.

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Provision of housing for low income earners from Manly up to Newport, across to Hornsby and down to North Parramatta. The majority of the 300 houses are in the Hornsby and Northern Beaches regions.

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Services for Aboriginal people who are frail aged or have a disability and their carers. CAC and EACH Packages, Disability Respite, Host Family, Meals on Wheels, COPS, Carer Respite, Frail Aged, Carers. Neighbour Aid.

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Care for frail aged; People with disabilities and their carers:- Aboriginal only.

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RENTSTART enables people with few means to obtain up to 3 weeks bond and possibly rental assistance when moving into new rental accommodation. Clients can also place names on the Housing Register and Priority Housing List.

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Linton Village

NSW, Australia

Retirement Village consisting of 31 x 2 bedroom resident-funded villas; 82 Hostel beds with own ensuite; Respite unit; 8 bed Dementia Facility. Amenities include: Resident's kiosk, Community rooms, Village bus, Library/Chapel, Billiard room, Vitalcall.

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The Ashfield Service provides supported accommodation for eight people in 4 units in the Ashfield area. People are asked to join in social, vocational and recreational support and training during their stay. The Parramatta Support Service supports two group homes in North Parramatta and Greenacre and also people living in their own accommodation. Day to day home skills are taught as well as personal budgeting, transport training and health care needs, in close contact with other services.

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Provides permanent, low cost rental accommodation for those who meet the Department's criteria - low income earners, pensioners, people with Disabilities. Provides a range of services and programs including support for payment of a bond.

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Provides medium term subsidised housing for people on low to moderate incomes, in housing need and waiting on the Department of Housing waiting list. ESRHA has 340 households in the Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and Botany areas including self contained flats and houses. There is currently a waiting list for 7 years.

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Sylvanvale Foundation

NSW, Australia

Sylvanvale Foundation provides accommodation services that allow people with disabilities to live as independently as possible, broaden their horizons, while cultivating lifelong friendships. We believe experience counts and like to provide opportunities to learn and develop new skills in a safe and secure environment. Every resident assists in preparing meals, shopping, cleaning and tending to the gardens. Each resident has their own room that can be furnished and decorated to their own taste. We also offer a wide variety of in-house programs including computer skills, budgeting, catching transport, pursuing recreational and social interests. Our trained staff support residents in all areas and help foster confidence and expand life experiences. Houses are comfortable, well-maintained, well resourced, offer specialist equipment and most are located close to transport and local services. There are a variety of home situations available including group homes, community living, specialist accommodation and respite. Group homes Respite Community living Specialist accommodation Disability Housing and Support Initiative Independent living with drop in support

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Short term accommodation program for families who are homeless and need a supportive environment to help them return to a stable environment. We provide 3 transport runs p/day to Richmond and/or windsor and additional transport as part of the individual support plan.

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Priority Housing, Homelessness, Rent start, Housing for Low Income People, Housing for elderly 80+, Assist with Bond. Assistance for Private Rental. Senior CSO Aboriginal Specialist - Theresa Ellis Ph 9891 8195

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A youth service that helps young people who are homeless or in crisis. We provide them with opportunities to live independently. Programs include accommodation, information, referral, advocacy, case management, outreach support, counselling for individual, family and grief counselling, resume preparation, living skills, budgeting, programs with other service providers, alcohol and other drugs and parent programs, health and safety, legal issues and job seeking skills. The Hills Brokerage Program is aimed at accessing goods and services for youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, services include financial assistance, respite, material and educational needs etc.

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Provides crisis accommodation for young people. Can accept drug and alcohol cases when managed. Cannot accept psychiatric cases. (No admissions can be accepted after 10 pm)

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Ferguson Lodge

NSW, Australia

Offers short term accommodation for High Level paraplegics and quadriplegics. A few beds are available for respite care. The Complex at 80 Sixth Ave Berala NSW 2141 02 9749 1255 has 6 houses and 5 units for transitional accommodation as a step to living more independently in the community. Independent living program

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Chisholm Cottage

NSW, Australia

Provides low cost short term (7-10 days) accommodation for patients requiring medical treatment in Westmead/Parramatta, their family and friends. (Caretaker available after hours) Other phone 02 9894 4840

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Provides a range of case work, support, mediation, referral and advocacy services to adolescents and young people and/or their families. Each service has individual record in this database.

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Help, protect and care for children and young people and support their families. Provide and monitor care and support for children and young people who can't live with their families.

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Help, protect and care for children and young people and support their families. Provide and monitor care and support for children and young people who can't live with their families. Meet the basic welfare needs of people affected by natural and other disasters.

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Department of housing.

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Community Housing Provides subsidised rental accomodation for eligible applicants. Target groups includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people of Non English Speaking Backgrounds (NESB), Youth and Single Parents on Low incomes

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ASAS is for families/individuals in housing related crisis and provides; support and advocacy for families/individuals from the community who are experiencing periodic difficulties which may lead them to become homeless. ASAS also provides resources/information, referrals and advocacy to more appropriate services, medium term supported accommodation for families/individuals who are homeless or in threat of becoming homeless. Service is not an emergency accomodation service and may at times have waiting time depending on availability.

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Services include Youth Crisis accommodation and support for young people aged between 14-18 years, adolescent and family counselling service, information, referral and advocacy, supported exit housing program, client-driven case management and living skills program. The Housing Initiatives Program provides supported exit housing for young people aged 16-19 years, who are eligible for Community housing and have the skills to live independently with minimal support.

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Provides secure long term affordable accommodation in the Wyong Shire for clients registered on the Department of Housing wait list which is for low to moderate income persons or households. Priority is based on the clients needs with rent based on a percentage of their income. Client needs to have, proof of income, medical reports on health conditions, rent receipt. A limited number of properties also have support and come with a community care package.

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A self care facility for those aged over 60 years of age who are of Jewish background. There are 49 one bedroom units.

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Assists disadvantaged young people (homeless or at risk of becoming homeless) with accommodation, staying at school or returning to school, training needs, setting goals, support when working.

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Families, who reside on the Central Coast, are in transit and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Persons who are assessed as eligible to receive a service from this program will be supported in obtaining accommodation.

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Youth, who reside on the Central Coast, are in transit and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Persons who are assessed as eligible to receive a service from this program will be supported in obtaining accommodation.

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StaySafe - Albury

NSW, Australia

Provides six months support to maintain accommodation for clients who are supervised by the Department of Juvenile Justice who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The program is offered throughout the Riverina Murray and Central West. Referrals are through Dept of Juvenile Justice, community referrals can be made to DJJ or StaySafe Albury.

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Rotary Lodge

NSW, Australia

24 self-contained motel style units located in the grounds of Port Macquarie Base Hospital. Available to patients attending all health care facilities such as appointments with doctors, day surgery, diagnostic imaging, dental etc. Accomodation is also available to the carers, friends and family not residing in Port Macquarie, while the patient is receiving treatment or attending appointments. Rooms contain 2 or 3 single beds with own bathroom, kitchenette, microwave, TV, tea and coffee facilities. Crockery and linen is also provided.

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The Albury Wodonga Youth Refuge provides crisis accommodation for young people aged 12-17 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, or victims of abuse. Accommodation is short term and goal oriented. Staff provide assessment, support, crisis intervention & case management. Persons under 15 must be referred via a government department

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Provides rehabilitation for women who have experienced drug and alcohol problems. They need to have gone through detox before they can be accepted into the program. The program runs for 6 - 12 months. The client cannot be accepted if they are on major psychiatric medications. They have a maximum capacity of 10 women and 6 children; only 2 children per woman is accepted.

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Provides supported accommodation for people who are homeless due to a crisis. Programe is for individuals 16 years and over, men, women and families with children. Service is for people in crisis due to homelessness, domestic violence, sexual assault etc. Provides a safe environment.

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Gunyah Womens Housing

NSW, Australia

Housing for women and children who are homeless short to medium term

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Provides information about housing options, community support services and provides assistance with filling in forms for people who are homeless or in housing need.

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Cultural residential facility for Indigenous male youth aged 12-15yrs for 3-6 months. Participation is voluntry and programs include educational, life skills, sport, recreation and cultural activities aimed at providing an alternative pathway in life.

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Tenant Advice and Advocacy Service, established under the Department of Fair Trading Tenanacy Advice and Advocacy Program (TAAP). Information; Mediation and Advocacy between landlord and tenant; Advocacy about tenents' rights; Accommodation; Tribunal representation; Casework advocacy service.

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ACHA helps older people on low incomes who need help to find suitable housing and who may need help to stay at home, this might include help if: -you cannot afford your current rent -you are experiencing family breakdown -you cannot manage to climb the stairs in your home -you want to move closer to family and supports -you are too far from local shops or public transport or unable to use them -the building you live in is no longer suitable for your needs -you live in a caravan -your housing is not long term you are being evicted

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Argyle Community Housing

NSW, Australia

Offering low cost housing to people who are waiting for public housing, aiming to house people on the basis of need, not strictly wait turn. Tenants rents are assessed at approx 25% of their gross weekly income.

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The Healing House is a place for relaxation and meditation, massage and Reiki, Aboriginal spirituality, basket weaving, painting, sewing, yarning. It is a place for women to come together, share, create and be renewed. A Cultural program and designed programs to suit needs of participants. Weekday and weekend programs are run.

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SWISH is a housing association that provides unfurnished accommodation for single people and families on low incomes and with a need for housing. SWISH does not have any emergency accommodation. At present SWISH manages approximately 600 properties.

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An Accommodation Placement Service for in-hospital patients receiving medium term treatment. Priority given to patients receiving treatment for cancer. Manages 16 beds in 4 units and some private accommodation in close proximity to the RPA Hospital. Subject to availability.

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Since Acute Healthcare commenced trading in 2005, they have striven to be nationwide leading specialists in Elderly home care and Aged care equipment. Products and services include the selling and hiring of active and static mattresses, patient handling products, environmental decontamination equipment and the repair of such items.

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Displays Direct is a supplier of trade show displays in and around the Sydney area. They have been providing custom exhibition stands and pop up displays for more than 8 years and have worked with over 1000 customers to date. Whether you’re looking for shopping centre displays, brochure holders and displays, roll up banners, outdoor display banners or something else entirely, you can rest assured that the Displays Direct team can deliver. With many products kept constantly in stock, customers are assured a quick turnaround time.

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