SVdP Housing Australia

SVdP Society Housing Australia is a Tier 1 Community Housing Provider (CHP) seeking to ‘build hope through housing’ for those who are homeless, disadvantaged or on low or moderate incomes.

We support our community’s most vulnerable by providing a range of housing solutions tailored to meet their needs.

This includes:

  • Crisis Accommodation: Short term housing for people who are homeless or in need of on-site support and case management.
  • Transitional Housing: Medium-term housing for people at risk of homelessness or in need of on-site support and case management.
  • Specialist Disability Accommodation: Housing for people with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs. SDA dwellings have accessible features to help residents live more independently and allow other supports to be delivered better or more safely.
  • Social Housing: Rental housing for people on very low to moderate incomes who may be experiencing ‘rental stress’ in the private market. Rent is charged as a percentage of income (between 25-30%) plus Commonwealth Rent Assistance (CRA).
  • Affordable Housing: Housing for low to moderate income earners, who are working but may find it difficult to afford housing in the private rental market. Rent is charged as a percentage of market rent (usually 75%).

As part of the St Vincent de Paul Society, our shared mission and connection to our members and volunteers, gives us a unique point of difference – ensuring we are able to provide appropriate housing to a higher proportion of households with special or complex needs, assisting them to sustain their tenancy and enhance their quality of life.

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