MOSS offers a range of Melbourne and area based services to assist with crisis support, transitional housing and community outreach. Find programs based on your criteria or browse our full list of services.
The Catchment Youth Refuge provides essential short-term support to young people and their children in order to address the root causes of homelessness. This program is for young people who are homeless and their children. This includes single young people 16-25 years old, as well as young parents and their children.
The Youth and Family Program has been created to offer case management support to young people who are homeless or risk of homelessness, including locating appropriate accommodation options. This program also provides support around the issues of family reconciliation as well as family conflict or violence.
The HSAP provides support to individuals 50+ who have struggled with homelessness and are living alone in public housing with unmet health needs. MOSS works to provide access to social supports and community connections so these individuals can maintain their housing situation and attain independence.
The Hume Program provides team case management to address the barriers to obtaining and maintaining
long-term transitional housing. MOSS works closely with the program consumers to develop a case plan with effective linkages and support capacity building. This program provides medium to long term support.
TOST provides case management support to those who are homeless or facing homelessness. This program is available to individuals and families. TOST aims to address the issues that have led to homelessness and help participants develop skills to achieve long-term housing sustainability that matches their needs.
Our Planned Activity Groups are designed to reduce social isolation for clients 55 years and over. This program encourages individuals to live independently, engage in meaningful activities regularly and stay connected to the community. The schedule is very flexible and can be adapted to include many interests and abilities.
The Crisis Program provides Outreach Case Management support to people who are homeless or at risk of
homelessness in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne. This program provides up to eight weeks of support for those who need it, as well as working to obtain referrals and linkages for long-term supports.
The Connections Program targets singles or couples who are homeless or who live in low-cost accommodation and are 26+. It offers short term support and assistance in connecting them to longer term support channels.This program is for those in Melbourne’s Northern suburbs and who have multiple or complex needs.
The DACO program provides assertive outreach case management, development of case plans and assistance finding support to address some of the issues that have led to consumer homelessness. The aim of the program is to aid those who are sleeping rough on the streets and get them into suitable accommodation.
The OPHRSP was developed to engage with tenants of to provide a link with local communities and on-siteprograms. These programs foster a sense of social connectedness for occupants, building a sense of belonging.MOSS provides a link to social and welfare services while working to sustain housing tenancies.
Bright Futures provides a safe place where children can find time away from the realities of family
homelessness or displacement. This program offers enhanced case management and therapeutic work to
children with families currently accessing services for assistance with homelessness or family violence.
The NWRCRP ensures the rights of children are upheld. This program encourages NGOs and practitioners in the family violence sector to gain experience and confidence in working with children. The work being done provides specialists to respond more effectively to children facing homelessness or family violence.