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Evolve Housing recognises that the joint expertise of social service providers plays an important role in the management of successful tenancies. Evolve Housing has a long history of working in  partnership with support organisations; currently we have formal partnerships with 50 support service providers. These organisations provide a wide variety of services to our clients who are in need of support. Tenants housed in supported accommodation are the most vulnerable and require various levels of support to gain independant living successfully. The level of support required depends of the individual need.

 

Aims

  • Assist the most vulnerable groups that are at risk of homelessness; unable to access the private rental market and require intensive support services.
  • Ensure that the most vulnerable groups achieve independent quality living through the provision of adequate support and housing management services.
  • Establish a solid and co-ordinated approach in order to achieve the best outcomes for the most vulnerable groups in support housing.
  • Be sensitive and responsive to the needs and requests of support services through delivering appropriate housing stock and high quality housing management services.

No.

Support   Provider

Support Service

1 Alice’s Cottages Women   in Crises
2 Anglicare Sudanese   Families Refugees – Sudanese Families
3 Anglicare Youth   Services Women   Escaping from Domestic Violence and SingleMothers and their Children
4 Auburn   Migrant Resource Center refugees   and newly arrived migrants
5 Australian   Arab Community Council  Arabic Speaking Erderly
6 Australian   Red Cross young   mothers
7 Bonnie’s Women’s   Refuge Ltd Women   and Children in Domestic Violance
8 Canterbury   Community Mental Health People   with Mental Illness
9 Canterbury   Youth Services (Mission Australia?) People   aged between 18 – 24 years
10 Catherine Villa Pregnant   Young Women, Young Mothers and their Children
11 CatholiCare   Elderly Aged
12 CatholiCare   Youth Service Young   people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
13 Claffy   House
14 CRC   Justice Support Ex-Offenders
16 Disability   Services Australia People   with a disability
17 Dolores   Single Womens Refuge Single   Women Escaping Domestic Voilence
18 Erin’s Women   and Children in Domestic Violance
19 Essie’s Women’s   Refuge Incorp. Women   Escaping from Domestic Violence
20 Holroyd Youth   Services Independent   Young People
21 Islamic Council Aged   & Needy in Canterbury/Bankstown Area
22 Korean   Welfare Association elderly   from Korean background
23 Life   Time Care Brain   injury
24 Marian   Centre women   and children with complex needs who are escaping domestic violence or   homelessness
25 Marist Youth Care Homeless   Youth and Aboriginal Youth
26 Mary’s Place
MISHA homeless   men in Parramatta
27 Mission Australia Men’s   Accommodation Referral and Support Services
28 Muslim   Womens Association Women  and Children Escaping from Domestic   Violence
29 Nepean   Youth Accommodation Services youth
30 NESH women   from non-English speaking backgrounds who are homeless, scaping DV or with   torture and trauma background.
31 New   Horizon Enterprises People   with disability
33 Orana   Women & Children Services Single   Women Escaping Domestic Voilence
34 Pam’s Place Crises   Accommodation, Resource and Referal Services Inc. Women   Escaping from Domestic Violence
36 Richmond Fellowship People   with Mental Illness (HASI)
37 Royal   Sydney Rehabilitation Centre People   with disability
38 Salvation Army Fyrst Young   People with substance abuse problem
39 Schizophrenia   Fellowship of NSW People   with Mental illness
42 St   Michaels House Women   and Children in Crises
40 St   Vincent de Paul of NSW Women  and Children Escaping from Domestic   Violence
41 St.   George Women’s Housing Women   Scaping from Domestic Voilence
44 The Salvation Army –   Blacktown City Corps Men   and Women with Drug, Gamling or Alcohod Problem
43 The   Spastic Center People   suffering Ceberal Palsy
46 Uniting Care Burnside Young   People Living in Semi Supported Arranagement
35 Uniting   Care Mental Health, HASI Services Parramatta, People   with Mental Illness (HASI)
47 Vietnamese   Australian Welfare Association Young   Indo-Chinese people aged 16 – 24 years
48 Wesley Supported   Accomadation Services (formely Dalmar) Families   in Crises
49 Western Housing for   Youth Single   Young People
50 Westmead   Hospital People   suffering from brain injury

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