Three people inspecting a Home in Place complex that is nearly complete


Home in Place Partnerships

Home in Place partners with a range of support agencies across Australia and New Zealand to make sure our tenants have the services and support they need to help them live independently and to address their needs. Our partnerships are an integral part of providing the most vulnerable members of our community with the dignity and security that comes from independent living.

Partnerships in Practice

  • The This Way Home project continues to provide the opportunity to clients experiencing homelessness to sustain transitional tenancies as a steppingstone to move into independent long-term and secure accommodation.

    The program runs in partnership with specialist service providers, the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ), and Home in Place to provide wraparound services and empowerment for clients to achieve individual goals. Home in Place’s role is to provide tenancy management and onsite coordination to tenants with complex needs to meet their obligations and achieve their goals.

    This Way Home hosts nine temporary accommodation units for people requiring accommodation for up to 28 days. There are 24 medium-term accommodation units where tenants can reside for up to two years.

    The Project Facilitation Group includes representatives from Home in Place, Department of Communities and Justice, ITEC Youth, Nova for Women and Children, Wandiyali, Warlga Ngurra, St Vincent De Paul (Matthew Talbot), Jenny’s Place, Baptist Care, Samaritans Foundation and Wesley Mission.

  • Home in Place works in partnership with Matthew Talbot Homeless Service (St Vincent de Paul) to provide accommodation and support to men experiencing or at risk of homelessness and those with complex needs.
    Tenants are linked up with appropriate support and are actively involved in a case plan as a condition of their ongoing tenancy.

  • Tenants housed in supported accommodation are the most vulnerable and require varying levels of support to live independently.

    As well as housing people with physical and intellectual disabilities, Home in Place provides supported housing to people escaping domestic and family violence, people experiencing mental health issues as well as those exiting the criminal justice system.

Our Partners

We would like to pay tribute to our strategic partners and the many organisations whose efforts enable us to deliver on our mission. Below are just some of the organisations that make our work possible.

Logos of some of our partners

Partner With Us

If your organisation would like to partner with us to:

  • develop and deliver housing and housing programs,
  • support our tenants and residents to live full, empowered lives, and
  • see our Vision and Mission realised,

Please call us on 1300 333 733 or complete the form below.

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