Find a Crisis Provider

St Pat’s is not a crisis accommodation provider.

If you are in crisis and need urgent assistance and access to accommodation, such as escaping family and domestic violence, or if you need to find services and supports in your local area, there are providers who can help.

Browse the list of crisis support providers below.

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If you are living on the streets or in your car, couch surfing, facing eviction from your accommodation or escaping family and domestic violence, Entrypoint may be able to help you.

Entrypoint is a free and voluntary assessment and referral service assisting people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in WA.

The free-call Emergency Relief and Access Service is here to support people experiencing financial hardship to access emergency relief. If you are struggling to put food on the table, are facing overdue bills or experienced a sudden reduction in income, give them a call.

ERFAS is run by the Financial Counselling Network, a partnership of not-for-profit community service organisations across the Perth metropolitan.

WA Connect is an online resource to help you find the services and supports you need in your local area. From food to mental health supports and accommodation providers, this free service is managed by the WA Council of Social Services and is also available to download as a mobile app.

If you’re experiencing emotional distress or need access to 24 hour mental health crisis support and suicide prevention, please give Lifeline a call.

1800RESPECT is the national 24 hour domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service. There are many forms of violence and abuse, not just physical, so if you or someone you know needs help, please give them a call or visit their website.

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  • If you’re supporting someone experiencing homelessness, or need to refer someone to St Pat’s Housing or one of our programs, please check the individual program eligibility requirements.

Worried about someone?

  • St Pat’s outreach teams engage with people experiencing rough sleeping across the Perth metropolitan region, with St Pat’s staff based in Fremantle and Rockingham. We work alongside people, building relationships of trust and supporting them to access safe, appropriate accommodation where available.

  • If you’re concerned about someone experiencing rough sleeping, including couch surfing or sleeping in their car, please give us a call or use the form below.

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