Housing Services

Housing Services

Dhelkaya Health is a member of the Loddon Campaspe Homelessness Alliance, a regional network of Specialist Homelessness Services. We can assist people in the Mount Alexander Shire with the following:

  • Information and advocacy referrals
  • Housing focused case management
  • Nominations for transitional accommodation
  • Applications through the Victorian Housing Register for social housing
  • Assistance to secure and/or sustain private rental through help with rent arrears, moving, bonds, rent in advance and tenancy advice

We can offer comprehensive case management to help you secure or sustain housing while also providing support to address the intersecting issues that contribute to housing instability and homelessness, such as:

  • Financial difficulties
  • Family violence
  • Mental health issues
  • Recurring homelessness or inappropriate housing

We work closely with allied health services providers such as family support services, local council, mental health support services, GPs, the NDIS and the Office of Housing, as well as schools, police and other community stakeholders to ensure a holistic, people-first approach to case management.

This free service is available for anyone located within the Mount Alexander Shire. To access this service, contact us for an initial assessment with a member of our intake team. This assessment will take place within 48 hours: from here, you will be allocated longer-term case management. We also welcome referrals from professionals working with clients who may benefit from the service. 

Contact us to learn more about this service. 

Youth Housing Program

Our Youth Housing Program provides free intensive case management for people under 25 years of age who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
We can assist young people with youth-specific accommodation options and case management support, including:

  • Information, advocacy and referrals
  • Housing-focused case management
  • Nominations for transitional accommodation
  • Applications through the Victorian Housing Register for social housing
  • Assistance to secure and/or sustain private rentals through help with rent arrears, moving, bonds, rent in advance and tenancy advice.

We provide intensive case management to address specific housing needs affecting young people, including:

  • Family conflict
  • Family violence
  • Mental health
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Financial issues
  • Legal issues

To access this service, contact us for an initial assessment with a member of our intake team. This assessment will take place within 48 hours: from here, you will be allocated longer-term case management. We also welcome referrals from professionals working with clients who may benefit from the service.

Contact us to learn more about this service. 

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