Homeless and Mental Health Services

Too many Australians are currently experiencing or at risk of homelessness. These people are often experiencing a range of disadvantages, including mental illness, disability, family violence, substance misuse, discrimination and social isolation.

The St Vincent de Paul Society in Western Australia has a strong commitment to the range of issues that lead single men, women and families to become homeless or at risk of homelessness.  In Western Australia we offer several specialised homelessness and mental health services to support people in need.

Learn more about Vinnies mental health and homeless services in Western Australia:

 

  • Vincentcare in WA

    What is Vincentcare? Vincentcare provides accommodation and support for individuals experiencing severe and enduring mental illness including those who have a history of homelessness while encouraging them to develop...

  • Passages Resource Centres in WA

    What are Passages Resource Centres? Passages Resource Centres are referral services that provide marginalised and street present young people aged 12 to 25 years with a safe, friendly and positive place to access...

  • Prospect House in WA

    Prospect House Prospect House offers up to one year of transitional accommodation for people in the Albany area who are homeless. What we do Prospect House gives an opportunity for people to: rebuild their connection...

  • Tom Fisher House in WA

    Tom Fisher House Tom Fisher House is emergency accommodation which provides a safe sleep for long-term rough sleepers with complex needs. Named after one of the St Vincent de Paul Society's (WA) longest serving...