The Hume Transitional Support Program provides medium to long term transitional housing support. The core work of the program is team case management. The program helps people to address their support needs and barriers to maintaining and sustaining housing.
The MOSS-Hume Transitional Support Program helps the consumer develop a case plan that addresses these barriers through effective linkages and support with capacity building.
Who is the program for?
The Hume Transitional Support Program is for people experiencing or are at risk of homelessness. This includes singles, couples and families who have been assessed as being homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless and whose links are within the City of Hume or the City of Moreland. This must occur at the Initial Assessment and Planning (IAP) Team at the catchment Access Point – VincentCare Housing.
What are the objectives of the program?
The program’s critical role is in assisting consumers in addressing the barriers to obtaining and, more significantly, maintaining, appropriate accommodation. The program makes referrals to services that are identified as appropriate for the individual.
Where is the program offered?
This program is offered in the Hume and Moreland LGA’s.
How can you access this program?
Referrals for the program are received from the local Access Point – VincentCare Housing in Glenroy.
For more information on this program or our other service offerings, get in touch using our simple online form or reach out with the program specific contact information above.