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If you are in crisis and are seeking emergency accommodation, please call Entrypoint Perth on (08) 6496 0001 or 1800 124 684 or Crisis Care on (08) 9223 1111 or 1800 199 008.
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This directory was made possible by a partnership with Shelter WA.
South West Refuge
Bunbury WA 6230
Provides short-term supported crisis accommodation for women, including those with children, escaping family and domestic violence.
The refuge also provides information and referral for matters such as;
- Centrelink entitlements
- Housing Issues
- Violence Restraining Orders
- Health services for women and children; and
- Community services.
Phone - (08) 9791 2894
19/21 James Street, Guildford WA 6055
Salisbury Home is a licensed hostel providing supported accommodation to adults with a chronic mental illness
Phone - (08) 9279 2496
Parkerville’s Young Women’s Programme
Armadale WA 6112
The Young Women’s Programme aims to provide safe and affordable short to medium term accommodation for young women 16-25 years of age (with or without children) who are homeless, at imminent risk of homelessness or who need transitional support in becoming independent.
The Programme specialises in accommodating and supporting pregnant young women with their babies. The Young Women’s Programme currently operates from two different sites – the refurbished Penny Jones House in Kewdale and the Variety Units in Armadale.
Phone - (08) 9290 1200
JNG Property Group
4/26 Charles Street, South Perth 6151
JNG Property Group is Perth’s first and only shared-living and HMO (houses of multiple occupants) specialists, providing high-quality, affordable accommodation across the Perth region. We’re a professional and relatable property management team that works tirelessly to ensure the best outcome and experience for all of our clients.
The mission at JNG is to provide clean, safe, quality accommodation that our residents are proud to live in. And, the open and inclusive business philosophy means that residents from all walks of life are able to experience the kind of shared-living where they can feel at home, reduce their living costs, and enable future opportunities.
JNG pride themselves on our exemplary offering and we work with investors to ensure that our range of homes and properties continues to meet and exceed the needs of our residents throughout Perth.
And, whether it’s through technology or design, JNG re always striving to perfect the shared-living experience for our residents, to ensure their comfort, safety, and happiness.
08 6216 0009
29 Manning Rd, Cannington WA 6102
Richmond Wellbeing offers support to people recovering from mental illnesses. In addition to providing housing, the Richmond Fellowship of WA provides a range of support services to people in various residential settings throughout the Perth metropolitan area and the south west.
Phone - (08) 9350 8800
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
Wilf Sargent House – South Fremantle
304 South Terrace, South Fremantle, WA 6162
To provide medium term accommodation for up to 6-9 months to single men or couples (without children) who are 25 years and above and homeless. Assessment for accommodation by a caseworker and referral is required. Single rooms – 1 person per room; community kitchen and lounge.
Albany Women’s Centre – Anglicare WA
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
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
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