Home and Housed

Program Description

Support for older people to help with housing related issues and challenges.

COVID-19 Update
We aim to keep our services operating, as far as is practical and within government guidelines. Some service are offered by phone or online. For further information please call 1800 819 447.

This Program Offers

Support to resolve a crisis or problems in your current housing situation. We can help with budgeting, finding private rentals, providing referrals, and settling you in to a new home.

Who can access this program?

Anyone over 65, as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50+, those prematurely aged due to disability, substance use, military service, or homelessness, former child migrants, people of the Stolen Generation, Forgotten Soldiers and people who have been in out-of-home care.

What does it cost?

Free.

How can you access this program?

This service is available in North and North West Tasmania. Call 1800 819 447 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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Home and Housed

Program Description

Support for older people to help with housing related issues and challenges.

COVID-19 Update
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This Program Offers

Support to resolve a crisis or problems in your current housing situation. We can help with budgeting, finding private rentals, providing referrals, and settling you in to a new home.

Who can access this program?

Anyone over 65, as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50+, those prematurely aged due to disability, substance use, military service, or homelessness, former child migrants, people of the Stolen Generation, Forgotten Soldiers and people who have been in out-of-home care.

What does it cost??

Free.

How can you access this program?

This service is available in North and North West Tasmania. Call 1800 819 447 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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