What is Clarehaven?
Clarehaven is a community housing complex that provides safe, secure and affordable accommodation to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness or who have a permanent disability.
Clarehaven has 6 x 1 bedroom units and 9 x 2 bedroom units which are provided as independent long term accommodation with three units specifically allocated to assist people with a permanent disability.
Who can access this program?
To be eligible for long term housing at Clarehaven, applicants must meet the One Social Housing Criteria as determined by the Department of Housing and Public Works and have current a One Social Housing application.
To be eligible for housing in the units allocated to assist people with a permanent disability, applicants must be referred through the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
As this is a long term community housing program, availability is often limited, however the Society will seek to sources alternative accommodation options for those in need.
Where is the program located?
What are the benefits of accessing this program?
Clarehaven provides safe, secure and affordable accommodation to those in times of need to assist them to sustain long term independent housing.
How can I find out more?
For more information, contact the Society’s South Coast Housing Office on ph: 5514 5300