Supported accommodation is a form of accommodation that provides paid and/or voluntary staff to support homeless people using the service. Generally crisis, short term and many medium term services provide support within the accommodation, whilst long terms services provide off-site support.
Below is a list of resources about supported accommodation models.
- The HIV/AIDS Supported Accommodation Plan is a resource that has been developed by NSW Health to guide the development of services for people with HIV/AIDS unable to care for themselves in their own homes. Information provided in the plan includes those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
If your organisation provides a supported accommodation service please contact us to have it listed on this site.
From here we would like to provide information relating to Supported Accommodation Models and homelessness.
This can include useful documents, case studies, reports, services, programs and more.
Links to documents or online resources will be provided where identified.
You can make a difference to Supported Accommodation Models and homelessness by adding to the discussion and knowledge base.
Contact us if you would like to share information about Supported Accommodation Models and homelessness.
You can also:
- Start a Community of Practice (CoP). If you know a network of people who work on this issue you can start a CoP by using the support and tools available on this site.