Family Violence Private Rental Access Program (The Salvation Army)

  1. About this service

    Provides support to women seeking alternative accomodation in the private sector as a result of family violence. This service can support women in applying for private rentals, applying for office of housing bond loans and has limited brokerage to provide some financial assistamce with rent.

      • Service name

        Family Violence Private Rental Access Program (The Salvation Army)

      • Service address

        31 Grey Street St Kilda VIC 3182
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      • Phone

        9536 7779

      • Urgency levels

        Direct Help, Some Help, Just Curious

      • Service area

        Bayside City Council, City of Kingston, City of Glen Eira, City of Port Phillip, City of Stonnington

      • Service hours

        Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm

      • Age group

        Minimum age 16 years

      • Additional age criteria

        Service for people 16 years and above

      • Eligibility criteria

        Service for women and their children who have experienced family violence in the last 12 months
        The housing breakdown must relate to family violence
        Must be living or have links to the Cities of Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston, Port Phillip and Stonnington
        Access to financial support limited to private rental capped at 55% of person's income, and person seeking support must be named on lease.

      • Interpreters

        Yes

      • Service type

        INDIVIDUAL

      • Costs

        No Costs

      • Disability access

        Yes

      • Drop in service

        No

      • Outreach

        Available upon request

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      • Participation length

        As Required
        Once-off access to financial support only

      • Participation type

        Voluntary

      • Secondary consult

        Yes

      • Staff profile

        Qualified Staff

      • Who can refer

        Anyone