Transitional accommodation is not permanent, it provides an entry point to more stable living arrangements. It is usually only provided to clients for 12 – 18 months while people actively engage with support services that support stability.
Arrangements for Transitional accommodation varies between states.
Amélie Housing in SA works with support partners to match eligible tenants in need to transitional accommodation. To connect with a support partner agency for short term accommodation, visit SA.GOV.AU for links to service providers.
New South Wales
Amélie Housing in NSW provides transitional accommodation for people with support needs. Access to these properties is through nomination from one of the Support Providing Agencies with which Amélie Housing holds a partnership agreement.
For more information on how Amélie Housing in NSW manages and allocates Transitional Tenancies, please read the Nominations and Support Policy
Want more help?
Amélie Housing partners with the St Vincent de Paul Society to provide wrap around services to our tenants. In Australia more than 60,000 members and volunteers assist people in need and work to combat social injustice across Australia. Want more help settling in and living well in your community?
Visit: Vinnies website to find help in your state and territory