The Strength of a Nation derives from the
Integrity of the Home


Home is the place
you miss the most
when you aren't there

 Maggie Jones

Helping the Mob to Help Themselves

People who are homeless or at risk of homelessness

For emergency accommodation and support services — ring Link2home any time, 24 hours a day. The telephone number is 1800 152 152.

Link2home is a single, statewide telephone service, delivered by the FACS Housing Contact Centre for enquiries about homelessness in NSW.

For overnight accommodation if you are homeless — ring Housing NSW’s After-hours Temporary Accommodation Line on 1800 152 152 (Monday-Friday 4.30 pm-8.00 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 10.00 am-10.00 pm)

For women in need of temporary accommodation because of domestic violence — ring Community Services’ Domestic Violence Line on 1800 656 463 (7 days a week, 24 hours a day); also see Domestic Violence

For young people (people under 18 years) seeking emergency accommodation — ring Yconnect on 1800 424 830 or 02 9318 1531 (a recorded message of crisis accommodation vacancies is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, plus vacancies are listed on their website) — a homeless youth support worker is available Monday-Friday, 9.00 am-5.00 pm

For general enquiries about housing assistance — go to Housing Pathways or ring Housing NSW on 1300 468 746 (7 days, 24 hours)

List of community Housing Providers

Housing Pathways- How to Apply

P.O Box 818
Marrickville NSW 1475

02 9518 3133

Fax: 02 9518 3199


You can Also -  AsK IZZY

Ask Izzy helps people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to find the services they need, right now and nearby.

Its Australia wide, free and anonymous

It Can help you find housing, meals, health services, counselling, legal help, addiction help and a whole lot more services

Ask Izzy Lists more than 350,000 different services

And its available on phones, tablets and computers


If you are currently homeless or at risk of homelessness, Sydney Homeless Connect can put you in touch with social and government organisations that can help you.  

These include crisis care, support and health services, employment assistance, housing assistance, financial assistance and legal services.

Download Here

Applying Online and by Phone
Apply Online – By late 2016
By late 2016, you’ll be able to apply online for housing assistance - more information will be available soon.

Apply by Phone
If you live in the Penrith, Blue Mountains, Western NSW, Murrumbidgee, Northern, Western and Eastern Sydney, Northern NSW, Mid North Coast, Newcastle, Maitland, New England, Southern NSW, Illawarra, Shoalhaven or the Central Coast areas, you can now apply over the phone.

You can do this by calling 1300 HOUSING ( 1300 468 746 ) between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.


Woolloomooloo Integrated Services Hub (WISH) is a one stop shop providing direct services to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

WISH brings many services together once a month to provide coordinated service delivery to help people’s pathway out of homelessness.

Just some of the things that can be achieved in the one place at the one time include:

         Report with Centrelink or find out about benefits and payments

         Get a new Medicare card

         Access crisis accommodation or temporary accommodation through Link2Home

         Get an update or lodge forms with Housing NSW

         Get legal advice from Homeless Persons’ Legal Service

         Speak with Homeless Health about health concerns or finding a suitable health practitioner

         Book a dentist appointment

         Sign up for a City of Sydney Library Card or Pool Access Card

         Sign up to participate in activities to address fine with a Work and Development Order with Ozanam Learning Centre

         Speak with someone from TAFE about course and enrolment opportunities

         Get information and support for domestic violence

Or come and trouble shoot the problem you are facing with so many people in the room with a wealth of knowledge and experience.



Is a registered charity that improves the employability of women in need in NSW by providing, free of charge, professional clothing, a network of support and the career development tools to help women achieve self-sufficiency.

Dress for Success Sydney offers free clothing, styling and presentation skills to women wanting to enter or return to the workforce or needing good clothes to present themselves well for; 
Job Interviews
Court Appearances
Important family or life events.

If you are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait island call us and we may be able to give you a referral

Innari: 95183133

Dress ForSuccess: 132 Marrickville Road
Marickville, 2204, Australia
1800 773 456



We believe everyone should have a safe and secure place to call home.

We work to raise funds and awareness to bring about change for people experiencing homelessness or at risk.

We work to support people who are homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness in Australia.

100% of your donations go to fund community projects


Free Meals

Exodus Foundation’s Free  Food Services  

Sydney Night Patrol/St Vincent de Paul Society 

Emergency Food list

Crisis Assistance Information

Material Aid list


We are a small team committed to empowering our
community’s low income earners by providing easy access to
low cost and high quality nutritious food staples.

Everyone should be able to afford basic food staples.
However this is not easy for many in our community who are struggling with rising costs of living and on low incomes.

That is why we are committed to supplying food staples at
very low cost to lessen the financial  
burden of those in Sydney who need it most.

Do you need legal Advice 

Australian Pro-Bono service

Legal Aid

Central Sydney Legal Aid Office (Head Office)
323 Castlereagh Street
Haymarket 2000
Ph: 02 92195000
Fax: 02 92195935
DX: 5 Haymarket
TTY: 02 92195126

Aboriginal Legal Service
ALS Head Office
Ground Floor, 619 Elizabeth St
Redfern NSW 2016
Telephone: +61 (2) 8303 6699 
Fax: +61 (2) 8303 6688

Do you need a Tenancy Advice Service

Tenants NSW- Information, Advice and Advocacy

​Redfern Legal Centre  provides free, confidential legal information, advice and advocacy to tenants living in public and private residential housing in the City of Sydney, Botany Bay and Leichhardt local government areas.
Greater Sydney Aboriginal Tenants Service (GSATS)
We Advocate and Assist with the following when available:
Write letters of support
Telephone Advice
Attend the Tribunal (NSW Civil Administrative Tribunal – NCAT)
Tribunal (NCAT) Mediation & Advocacy
Assist with Housing Appeals Committee applications and hearings and other appeal applications
Assist to resolve Repairs and Maintenance issues
Help find services that can assist with other issues
Attend meetings with your landlord including Housing NSW
Negotiations with landlords
Individual home visits

Sources, Acknowledgements and Special thanks to the following Organisations for their dedication in Social Welfare
Department of Families, Housing, Community Services , Indigenous Affairs, Homelessness Australia, Salvation army, City of Sydney, St Vincent de Paul Society, ABS, Sydney Homeless Connect,
Neami, Wayside Chapel, Mission beat/Mission Australia, Wesley Mission, Guthrie house, Launchpad. 
Plus the many many more who work tirelessly in and for the community.​
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If it is an Emergency please  call 000 or
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