Affordable Community Housing

  • This service is claimed by and organisation
    Anglicare NT – Garrawarra (Managed Accommodation Complex)

    Garrawarra provides transitional accommodation (short to medium-term) to individuals,couples and families experiencing homelessness. We focus on engagement,food security,health and wellbeing,building parenting,life and tenancy skills,connections to support systems,culture and community and planning for the future. Accommodation is provided within a ground level accommodation complex comprised of 2 and 3 BR units /houses. Complimentary activities are conducted on site such as HIPPY,school transport,meal preparation,cultural events and group work. *People must be on the public housing waitlist to be eligible.

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    AnglicareNT

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    Central Australian Affordable Housing Company (CAAHC)

    Provides Housing via a waiting list. Not emergency housing. Targeted to working Aboriginal people and/or Aboriginal Seniors over 50. 

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    Adam

  • This service is claimed by and organisation
    ShelterMe

    ShelterMe is a directory of services for people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness in the Northern Territory. ShelterMe is funded by the Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities and managed by NT Shelter.

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    NTShelter

  • This service is claimed by and organisation
    Venture Housing Company Ltd

    Venture Housing Company Ltd (‘Venture’), a company limited by guarantee is a ‘For Purpose’ (not-for-profit), housing provider of safe and affordable housing options for Territorians.

    Venture focuses on providing rental housing for low to moderate income earners in the Territory who are struggling to find a home. There is a strong emphasis on targeting key workers vital to the Territory’s economy, such as those in the retail, hospitality and trade sectors.

    Venture also provides and manages housing for seniors and is working towards innovative solutions to the provision of housing for disadvantaged groups in the community. To achieve this, Venture works with a number of stakeholders including the Northern Territory Government, the private sector and other non-government organisations through partnerships to deliver housing projects

     

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    Adam

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    Yilli Housing Affordable housing

    We place our clients in a range of affordable housing rental properties around Darwin and Palmerston.

    Yilli Housing manages Berrimah Estate, the only affordable housing estate in Darwin. Berrimah Estate consists of a range of dwellings including houses, caravan sites, single men’s accommodation and hostels for men.

    Yilli Housing also has some affordable housing in various suburbs around Darwin and Palmerston.

    The aim of Yilli Housing is to provide accommodation with affordable rental prices, allowing people to save for a deposit for a home or to enter the mainstream property market. It also provides an avenue for people who are disadvantaged in the mainstream rental market to gain a tenancy.

    Am I eligible?
    To be eligible for affordable housing, the primary housing applicant must

    • not currently own a property
    • be 18 years or over
    • be a Northern Territory resident
    • have never been evicted from Yilli Housing

    Requirements
    You are required to fill out the Application Form plus 100 points of identification to be included with your application before it can be processed. Photo identification and current income statement is required in all applications.

    Waiting List
    Due to the high demand for affordable housing and limited housing stock, we have a long waiting list for people who applied for affordable housing. Only applicants who have completed the application form and the 100 points of ID will be put on the waiting list. It is important to keep your contact number updated, so that we can contact you when a house becomes available.  Our waiting list is different from the list that the Territory housing has.

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    Yilli Rreung

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    Yilli Housing Community Housing

    In partnership with Indigenous leaseholder organisations and the Northern Territory Government, Yilli Housing provides housing management, maintenance and municipal services to the following communities:

    Urban Community
    Amangal Community
    Bagot Community
    Knuckeys Lagoon Community
    15 Miles community (Palmerston Indigenous Village)
    One Mile Dam Community (Railway dam)

    Outstations/ Homeland
    Acacia/Larrakia
    Belyuen Community
    Bulgul Community (Wagait)
    Pandayal Community
    Wairuk Community (Humpty Doo)
    Walagurrmimi Community
    Woolaning Community (Batchelor)

    Community housing application
    Yilli manages housing applications for Bagot, Knuckey’s Lagoon, 15 Miles and works together with the community leaders to select the tenants.

    Am I eligible?
    To be eligible for community housing, the primary housing applicant must:

    • not currently own a property
    • be 18 years or over
    • be a Northern Territory resident
    • have never been evicted from Yilli Housing
    • be identified as Aboriginal or Torrest Strait Islander

    Requirements
    You are required to fill out the Housing Application Form plus 100 points of identification to be included with your application before it can be processed. Photo identification and current income statement is required in all applications.

    Waiting List
    Due to limited housing stock in the communities, we have a waiting list for people who applied for community housing. Only applicants who have completed the application form and the 100 points of ID will be put on the waiting list. It is important to keep your contact number updated, so that we can contact you when a house becomes available. Our waiting list is different from the list that the Territory housing has.

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    Yilli Rreung