Home In Place provides more than Aboriginal housing. We welcome many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tenants in specific Aboriginal housing properties in Brewarrina, Bourke, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Maitland, Menindee, Newcastle, Walgett and Wilcannia, as well as in our other social and affordable housing and Specialist Disability Accommodation properties in NSW and South East Queensland.
Our expert staff work with other First Nations programs and support providers to help tenants get skills and services to help them to participate in the community. Our experienced team are trained to deliver support in a culturally appropriate way.
If you’re looking for housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, click here to apply or have a yarn with us on 1300 333 733 for more information.
Home In Place partners with a range of services to provide culturally appropriate support to tenants. One example is our 123 Creedon Street Hub in Broken Hill. The hub provides a place for Aboriginal tenants to meet, learn skills and access government and other services in the one place, close to their homes.
Aboriginal housing programs in NSW
Home in Place provides tenancy and property management services for Aboriginal Housing Office properties in Brewarrina, Bourke, Broken Hill, Dubbo, Maitland, Menindee, Newcastle, Walgett, Lightning Ridge and Wilcannia. We manage Employment Related Accommodation (ERA) for Aboriginal people in Dubbo, Maitland and Newcastle.
Outreach and Safe House Aboriginal housing for women fleeing domestic violence
We manage crisis and transitional accommodation for Aboriginal women and children fleeing domestic and family violence in several Western NSW towns. In Bourke we partner with Centacare. In Brewarrina, Lightning Ridge, and Walgett we partner with Mission Australia. In Wilcannia we partner with DVNSW.
Other social, affordable and Specialist Disability Accommodation for aboriginal people
We also welcome many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tenants in our general social and affordable housing properties and our Specialist Disability Accommodation properties.
The key to moving forward in your life is having your own space. It creates a clear mind which gives you the ability to think and understand what direction you want to go in.
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Aboriginal housing programs in QLD
While we don’t manage dedicated Aboriginal housing properties in Queensland, we have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tenants in our general social and affordable housing properties and our Specialist Disability Accommodation properties.
Why Home in Place for housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people?
Home In Place are trusted and experienced community housing providers for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We do more than put a roof over our tenant’s heads and understand the importance of connection to community.
Experienced provider of affordable Aboriginal housing
Home in Place is a not-for-profit community housing provider that has been providing housing for Aboriginal people and Aboriginal housing property management for decades. Our tenant satisfaction rating is well above industry standard ratings.
Culturally appropriate services and support
Our non-Indigenous staff receive cultural competency training to ensure we provide housing and other support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander tenants in a culturally appropriate way.
Partnerships for stronger families and stronger communities
We partner with a wide range of support providers to help tenants get access to services and skills to help them to participate fully in their community. Secure, appropriate and affordable housing is a pathway to better lives for Aboriginal people.