Southern Murrumbidgee Network Homelessness Service
This service supports clients through two components: co-ordination and brokerage, and homelessness support. It responds to a range of client groups, including women and children experiencing domestic and family violence, Aboriginal people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people who are chronically homeless or with complex needs.
The homelessness support component provides a comprehensive range of responses, including early intervention, rapid re-housing, crisis and transitional accommodation, and intensive responses for people with complex needs.
The coordination and brokerage component coordinates an integrated service network for all client groups and locations across the Southern Murrumbidgee Network service area. It provides flexible brokerage packages to enable appropriate case management and other support to clients.
This service provides the women’s refuge, Betty’s Place Women's Refuge.
This service supports: young people; women; men; families
Lead provider: Albury Wodonga Youth Emergency Services Ltd Provider partners: Homes Out West, St Vincent de Paul Society NSW, Woomera Aboriginal Corporation Albury
Phone: 6058 6200