St. Patrick’s Community Support Centre

St. Pat’s offers a range of accommodation for families, adults and young people.  These range from individual dwellings to lodging house accommodation and are either short-term, medium-term or long-term.

Single Men and Women – 18 years and older

We have a range of single room lodging houses with shared facilities, as well as supported case managed accommodation for men and women  that need extra assistance to maintain their housing, get back on track and prepare for  longer term, stable accommodation.   

Transitional Housing Support  

Hannick House is a 12 week crisis accommodation program for single homeless men over the age of 18 years that operates on-site at St. Pat’s Community Support Centre.  The program is for men who are having difficulty maintaining accommodation or accessing housing and need a bit of extra support to get their lives back on track. 

Helen’s House provides transitional and supported accommodation for women for up to 12 months.   This program replaced the crisis accommodation for women previously offered by Sisters’ Place.

Young People

This program offers transitional housing ( up to 12 months)  to young people between the ages of 15 and 25 years including young people that are single or a couple, young mums or dads and young families.

Youth Place is able to assist young people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless and have barriers that prevent them from participating in the community.

Families – Crisis Accommodation and Referral

12 weeks of supported accommodation for  families where adults are over 21 years of age that are in housing crisis. Accommodation available can house a family of up to two adults and four children.  This is a case managed program that is for families not experiencing domestic violence.

Mental Health Housing Support

Housing support for people with mental illness referred through the specialist mental health units at Fremantle and Rockingham.  Our worker works directly with people who are experiencing long-term, severe mental illness who are also homeless or at-risk of homelessness.

Referrals must come through the specialist mental health services . 

 

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