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.
Anglicare NT – Housing Options Pathways Program
The Housing Options Pathway Program (HOPP) supports people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. HOPP provides case management,outreach support,mentoring,vocational links, practical assistance,food security,life skills and tenancy education to individuals and families who need support to stabilise circumstances,secure accommodation,maintain existing tenancies and plan for the future.
Anglicare NT – Transitional Accommodation and Homelessness Support Service (Alice Springs)
We provide transitional accommodation (short to medium-term) and case management support to individuals, couples and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness. People are assisted to sort through presenting issues and stabilise their circumstances. 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 through 2 main multi-unit accommodation complexes.
CatholicCare NT – Housing Support Program
The Housing Support program supports people who are facing eviction from their home or experiencing homelessness. We can help you develop the skills you need to maintain your tenancy. This includes knowing your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.
Who we help
We can help people in NT Housing and those who are leaving public housing to move into private rentals. We also help women and children escaping family violence and people with high-support needs.
How we help
A Case Manager will help you address any challenges you are facing with your tenancy. This includes accessing and maintaining safe and affordable housing. Case Managers help you to develop life skills and coordinate supports and referrals. They will advocate on your behalf with internal and external agencies.
What is the referral process?
Referrals can be received from Department of Housing and Community Development, other government agencies, community service organisations and people can refer themselves.
Darwin Aboriginal & Islander Women’s Shelter
DAIWS provides safe and culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are homeless or escaping family violence.
The services provided include support, referral, outreach and domestic violence crisis accommodation.
Counselling is available for Indigenous women and children. Support and referral are also provided for those experiencing domestic violence. After-hours contact is available.
Crisis accommodation is available for homeless Indigenous women & children and for those escaping domestic violence and sexual assault. After-hours contact is available.
Information & Support
Information, referral and support are available for Indigenous women and their children.
Support and referral are also provided for those experiencing domestic violence. After-hours contact is available.
Family and Children Enquiry Support (FACES)
FACES is a telephone hotline that offers information about and referrals to support services throughout the whole of the NT. This service can be accessed by anyone in the community from parents and carers to professionals, who are seeking advice on resources and services that can help support and empower families and children.
Mission Australia – Pre & Post Release Accommodation Management Darwin
The Darwin Pre and Post Release Supported Accommodation program provides transitional accommodation and reintegration support services to eligible male prisoners and offenders, who are experiencing issues with housing and homelessness. The case management and reintegration support within the program develops skills for living independently in the community and assists residents to establish community connections and restore the family/community relationships that will support independent living.
Mission Australia – Stuart Lodge
Stuart Lodge provides transitional accommodation for singles/families in Alice Springs experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Stuart Lodge has 33 rooms (with up to 68 beds), and supports people seeking shelter from sleeping rough/ those visiting from remote communities for medical reasons, & people recently released from Alice Springs Correctional Centre. Wraparound support is provided to help people secure long-term, sustainable accommodation.
Mission Australia – Supported Accommodation
Darwin Region Accommodation Management Service supports single men and women who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, into sustainable long-term housing. Intensive case management helps people into supported accommodation, and develops pathways into employment and engagement with the community.
Salvation Army – Alice Springs Men’s Hostel
This service exists to provide accommodation for homeless men, without discrimination. In the provision of this service we aim to build supportive relationships with our clients in a positive environment in accordance with Christian faith and practice. We aim to empower clients to make lifestyle choices that will enhance their quality of life and assist them to live independently.
- Accommodation, meals and support to homeless men
- Referrals to appropriate services for assistance
- Support to clients living in the community
We have 21 beds for young men over age 18, catering in particular for those with mental health issues. The accommodation is meant to be short-term so we endeavour to help them to find more stable accommodation if they wish to remain in Alice Springs.
We provide 3 meals a day and provide support through referrals to employment agencies, medical treatment, counselling and the Positive Lifestyle course where it is appropriate.
Most of the accommodation is single room with shared bathroom facilities. We also have some single rooms with ensuites.