Crisis and emergency accommodation
If you need to move out of your home urgently, you can get help from your nearest your nearest crisis centre.
The crisis and emergency accommodation page has more information about the support offered and a list of other organisations that might be able to help.
If you speak a language other than English or have difficulty reading written information, you can get help over the telephone. To find out more, see Interpreter services.
Support for older people to stay at home
There are services available to help older people stay in their home and get involved in community life. For more information, see Support for older people.
Support for public housing renters impacted by October floods
Information for public housing renters impacted by October flood events
Tenancy Plus support program
Tenancy Plus aims to prevent homelessness and support social housing renters to stay in housing.
Discount, loans and concessions
Services to help you buy a computer or get a loan for household items like fridges, washing machines and furniture.
Keeping in Touch - renter contact service
A free telephone contact service available to public housing renters aged 75 years and over who live by themselves.
Cooler places are air-conditioned drop-in centres that give renters and residents relief from the hot weather.