HousingVic is managed by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
Contacts and guidance if you need help, want to complain or are having trouble with the website.
All of our forms and guides are available to download or access electronically
News about housing.
Current and completed housing projects.
If your household or circumstances change, you need to contact us immediately.
With your permission the Centrelink Confirmation Service can send us information about you when needed.
The NDIS is a new way of delivering services and support for people with disability in Australia.
Use this online form to contact one of our housing offices.
Crisis & emergency accommodation is short-term housing that includes women's refuges, youth refuges & major crisis supported accommodation services.
Answer a few questions and the Housing Options Finder will give you tailored options to explore.
Social housing is short and long-term rental housing, made up of public and community housing.
There are a number of options available in the private rental market depending on what you need.
Movable units are movable buildings that can be set up in the backyard of a friend, relative or carer's home.
Providing higher level care and support for people with particular needs.
Services and support for home owners and buyers.
If you want to rent privately in Victoria and need assistance with the bond, you may be able to borrow the money for an interest-free bond loan.
Commonwealth Rent Assistance is financial help to eligible people getting a Centrelink payment who pay rent and are not public tenants.
Financial help and services for private renters. Includes information about concessions, hardship support, loans, financial advice and counselling.
Programs and services that may help people stay in their rented home.
Organisations that provide specialist advice on renting, tenancy issues and relationship and general dispute resolution.
Information on the rights and responsibilities of public housing tenants, residents and household members.
The costs that public housing tenants are responsible for.
Information on maintenance and repairs, including your responsibilities.
Services available to public housing tenants who need support or financial help.
Staying safe in your public housing property.
Services to help you if you are looking for work, want to do some training or want advice about jobs and careers.
Some of the ways public housing tenants are making outstanding contributions to their community.
There are options to get a property that better suits your needs than your current public housing property.
If you want to move, you must tell your housing services officer.
This website is the source of information for current public housing tenants, potential social housing tenants and anyone wanting to know about housing in Victoria.
19 September 2018
Nominations for the Victoria in Bloom garden competition are now open.