Permanent, supportive housing solutions to end homelessness.
Common Ground is a leading provider of supported housing programs tailored to individuals experiencing homelessness. They offer a safe and managed apartment building environment that goes beyond mere accommodation. Common Ground fosters community development, enhances living skills, and provides training activities to support tenants on their journey towards stability.
The comprehensive facilities offered by Common Ground include dedicated spaces for:
- Community Development: Engage in community-building activities that foster connection and a sense of belonging.
- Living Skills and Training: Access valuable resources and training programs designed to develop essential life skills.
- Support Staff and Health Professionals: Benefit from on-site support and access to healthcare services for holistic well-being.
Common Ground is committed to creating opportunities for tenants to improve their lives through various means, including:
- Arts, Education, and Social Services: Connect with educational and artistic resources, as well as vital social services, to promote personal growth and development.
- Sport and Fitness: Embrace a healthy and active lifestyle by participating in sports and fitness activities.
- Employment or Volunteering: Whenever possible, Common Ground facilitates pathways to employment or volunteering opportunities.
With housing locations in Adelaide and Port Augusta, Common Ground, in partnership with Housing Choices South Australia, welcomes residents aged 18 years and above who are capable of living independently. Eligibility criteria and application details can be obtained by contacting Common Ground through the provided number.
Experience the transformative power of supported housing and take a step towards a brighter future with Common Ground.
Emergency housing for young people aged 15-17.
Burlendi is a dedicated residential program that offers essential accommodation for individuals between the ages of 15 and 17 who are in urgent need of housing support. This program provides a safe and nurturing environment, offering short-term emergency housing for up to eight young people at a time. With round-the-clock staffing, Burlendi ensures that residents receive the care and assistance they require.
Key features of Burlendi include:
- Emergency Short-Term Housing: The program provides a temporary home for a period ranging from 3 to 12 months, offering a secure and stable living arrangement during times of crisis.
- 24/7 Staff Support: Trained case managers are available at all times to offer guidance, support, and valuable information. They assist residents in developing vital independent living skills and establishing connections within their community.
- Referral and Assessment Process: To access the Burlendi program, individuals can be referred through any support agency. Upon referral, the dedicated staff conducts an initial intake and assessment to determine the appropriate level of care and support required.
Burlendi aims to empower young individuals, offering them a stable and supportive environment during challenging times. Through comprehensive care and guidance, the program equips residents with the necessary tools to navigate their journey towards independent living and a brighter future.
For further information or to initiate the referral process, please contact the support agency working with you. They will guide you through the necessary steps to access the Burlendi program.
Affordable housing solutions for vulnerable individuals and low-income households.
Public and community housing serves as a vital resource for vulnerable individuals and low-income households who face challenges in accessing or sustaining alternative forms of accommodation, such as private rentals. This housing option aims to provide affordable and secure homes for those in need.
To access community housing, individuals must complete the registration process for public and community housing. Detailed information regarding the registration procedure, including eligibility requirements and necessary documentation, can be found on the official website.
It's important to note that community housing providers maintain their own set of eligibility criteria and application processes. The website features a comprehensive list of community housing providers, along with details about the individuals they cater to and their contact information.
By offering public and community housing, South Australia strives to address the housing needs of vulnerable individuals and low-income households, ensuring that everyone has access to safe and affordable housing options.
Supportive housing options for young people aged 17-25.
HYPA Housing by SYC is dedicated to providing safe and affordable mid-term housing solutions for young individuals aged 17 to 25 who are facing homelessness or are at risk. By offering a supportive environment, HYPA Housing assists tenants in their journey towards achieving independent and sustainable housing.
Key features of HYPA Housing include:
- Safe and Affordable Housing: Young people can access secure and reasonably priced housing options that cater to their specific needs.
- Support for Independent Living: Support workers are readily available to guide tenants in developing essential life skills, fostering independence, and enhancing their overall well-being.
- Pathway to Long-Term Housing: HYPA Housing actively supports tenants in improving their circumstances and finding suitable longer-term accommodation.
To be considered for HYPA Housing, potential tenants are required to complete and submit a referral form accessible on HYPA Housing's official website. This form serves as an initial step in the application process.
For further inquiries or to express interest, individuals can reach out to HYPA Housing by utilizing the convenient online contact form available on their website.
HYPA Housing is committed to empowering young people, providing them with a stable foundation, and guiding them towards independent living and a brighter future.
Affordable shared-housing solutions.
Iris Property Management specializes in providing share-housing options, also known as boarding or rooming houses, throughout Adelaide and select regional areas of South Australia. Their primary focus is to offer affordable and comfortable living arrangements for individuals in need.
Key Features of Iris House:
- Private and Furnished Bedrooms: Each resident enjoys their own lockable bedroom, which comes fully furnished for convenience and privacy. Some rooms even include private bathrooms, ensuring comfort and personal space.
- Shared Common Areas: Residents have access to well-maintained common areas, including a fully equipped kitchen, bathrooms, toilets, and laundry facilities. These shared spaces foster a sense of community and provide opportunities for social interaction.
- Enhanced Security Measures: Iris House prioritizes the safety of its residents. Security cameras are strategically placed in common areas to ensure a secure living environment for all occupants.
Who Can Apply:
Iris Property Management welcomes applications from individuals facing challenges in accessing government housing or private rental accommodation. This includes individuals receiving Centrelink support, those currently unemployed, or those with limited rental history.
Interested individuals can conveniently submit their applications online through the Iris Property Management website. For further information or inquiries, please contact the provided phone number, 08 7099 2273.
Iris Property Management is dedicated to providing affordable shared-housing solutions and fostering a supportive community environment for residents. Explore their website or reach out via phone to learn more about their offerings.
Support and accommodation for young pregnant women and mothers.
There are several services available to provide support and accommodation for young pregnant women and young mothers and their children or young families who are currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. These services can be approached directly or through referrals from family, friends, government agencies, or non-government organizations.
Louise Place (Fullarton):
- Targeted for young women aged 18 and under.
- Provides 24-hour supported accommodation and services to help them live independently.
- Focuses on developing parenting and life skills.
- Offers support in accessing medical and government services.
- Provides outreach services for young women up to the age of 25 who choose not to live at Louise Place.
Malvern Place (North Adelaide):
- Designed for women aged 25 and under.
- Offers a safe and secure environment in individual fully-furnished family units.
- Provides support for pregnancy or parenting issues, personal goals, education, training, and long-term housing.
- Includes on-site specialist children's support, connections with community child care providers, and community health services.
- Continued support through the outreach program even after leaving Malvern Place.
Coolock House (Morphett Vale):
- Caters to women aged 25 and under.
- Provides 24-hour supported accommodation in individual fully-furnished family units.
- Offers support for pregnancy or parenting challenges, personal goal setting, education, training, and independent living skills.
- Assists with the transition into long-term housing.
- Provides on-site playgroup, crèche, specialist children's workers, and links to child care providers and community health services.
- Ongoing assistance beyond the stay at Coolock House.
Findon Family Housing (West Adelaide):
- Provides supported accommodation to young families up to the age of 25.
- Supports pregnant or parenting individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness with low support needs.
- Offers one-on-one support and connects families with local community services.
- Covers pregnancy, parenting, life skills development, personal goals, education, training, and finding affordable long-term housing.
- Rent is charged by Housing SA, and families are responsible for utilities and living expenses.
Hannah Place (Pooraka):
- Offers support and accommodation to young women who are pregnant or parenting.
- Houses young women aged up to 18 years in self-contained units with on-site support.
- Provides cooking lessons, craft activities, parenting and pregnancy education.
- Collaborates with visiting services to deliver comprehensive support.
These services aim to provide a safe and nurturing environment for young pregnant women and mothers, empowering them to develop essential skills, access necessary services, and secure stable housing for themselves and their children.