Services Directory

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Activ Foundation

327 Cambridge Street, Wembley, WA 6014

Activ provides a range of services to people with intellectual disability, their families and carers. Accommodation, employment and respite options are available throughout metropolitan and regional WA.


Phone - (08) 9387 0555

Zonta House Refuge Association

Perth WA

Provides crisis and support accommodation for women aged 18 years or older, without children, who have been impacted by family or domestic violence or other forms of crisis.

Assistance is also provided in resourcing transitional accommodation if needed.

Does not provide accommodation for pets, but does assist in finding foster owners for pets in crisis situations.


Phone - (08) 9364 8028

Ngatti House – Metro, WA

Perth Metro, WA

Ngatti House is a residential program based in Fremantle and run by Life Without Barriers. It provides community-based homeless youth services to young people between 17 and 22 years of age, who show signs and symptoms of mental illness while homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The service provides medium-term accommodation and clinical support, and has a strong focus on overcoming social disadvantage and enhancing social inclusion. Since its opening in 2010, Ngatti House has received an average of 37 referrals per year to house young people and assist them in overcoming social barriers.
The service not only focuses on health issues but is also culturally appropriate and based on building self-esteem, social inclusion, recovery and the capacity for young people to achieve their desired goals whilst being supported by their local community.


Phone - (08) 9432 1100

Autism Association of WA

215 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park WA 6008

The Autism Association works with the Department of Housing providing supported accommodation for clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Open Hours – Monday – Friday, 8.30am-5.00pm


Phone (Metro) - (08) 9489 8900

Phone (Regional) -1800 636 427

Albany Women’s Centre – Anglicare WA

Confidential location

Supported and/or safe accommodation to women, with or without accompanying children, who as a result of family and domestic violence or other crisis. Breaking the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness, and assisting clients to maintain existing safe accommodation where appropriate or move to stable safe long term accommodation is a key role of Family and Domestic Violence Accommodation and Support.

Office hours 8.30 – 4.30 (Monday – Friday)

The Centre services a 50km radius from the city, covering the Mt Barker and Denmark.


24 Hour Phone Line - (08) 9845 6000

Armadale Youth Accommodation Service – Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc

Parkerville, Western Australia 6081

This service provides emergency or crisis accommodation to assist young people aged 15 – 20 years old who are homeless, or at risk of being homeless.

It provides:

– shared accommodation and 24 hour support of youth workers
– independent living programs including financial planning/budgeting,
– tenancy information,
– health and nutrition and cooking,
– referral to specialist services,
– advocacy and support.

For the service brochure and referral forms, please click on the website link –


Phone - (08) 9235 7043
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ARYA House: At Risk Youth Accommodation – Metro, WA

Perth Metro

ARYA house is a safe environment that provides overnight accommodation for up to 6 young people between the ages of 14 and 17 years, two nutritious meals per day, snacks and laundry services. At least two full-time, skilled staff per shift operate the service between the hours of 5pm and 10am daily.
The ARYA program provides:
  • Overnight accommodation when no alternative suitable accommodation is available
  • A nutritious breakfast and evening meal
  • The opportunity and means to maintain high standards of personal hygiene and care
  • Passes to use public transport as required.


Phone - (08) 92778749

Avon Youth Community and Family Services

371 Fitzgerald Street, Northam WA 6401

Avon Youth Community and Family Services Inc (AYCFS Inc) provides a wide range of services to youth aged between 12 to 24 in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.

AYCFS provides supported accommodation, emergency relief, and NILS loans, among other services for youth either experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm


Phone - (08) 9622 2612

Anglicare WA Family Housing Program

Hilton, Western Australia 6004 Australia

Provides assistance to families experiencing difficulties in maintaining tenancies or stable family households, and either experiencing or at risk of homelessness, throughout the greater Perth Metropolitan area.

The Family Housing Program provides accommodation to families and assigns housing support workers to each family within its program. The support workers visit on a weekly basis in order to make assessments and collaborate with families to develop a support plan and assist in the transition to sustainable independent housing.

To be eligible for the program, prospective families must have 2 or more children in their full-time care and require assistance to establish and maintain a tenancy.


Phone - Family Housing Enquiry Line on (08) 9528 0781

Allawah Grove Hostel – Aboriginal Hostels Limited

133 Great Eastern Highway, South Guildford WA 6055

Provides short stay accommodation for Aboriginal people waiting for housing or long-term accommodation, seeking employment, or meeting general business and other commitments located away from their families and communities.

Services for young Aboriginal people looking for accommodation related to education including school, college and university.


Free Phone -1800 640 836