Disability Housing Services
Our disability accommodation provides people with a safe and secure place to call home where they can choose who they live with and what supports are required to be independent, reach aspirations and be a participant in their community.
We believe that empowering you to have a determining voice in your tenancy is key and having access to stable and affordable home is the foundation for you to live a happy and healthy life.
Hume delivers quality and professional tenancy and property management services ensuring the security, safety and accessibility of your home.
Our support partners provide individualised support needs to ensure you live happily and independently whilst realising your goals.
You will be supported to take an active role in our home and to engage in your local community through social events and activities with your housemates along with other Hume customers.
Our support partners
In August 2016 Hume became a sector leader receiving full registration as a Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA) provider with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and is working with service partners to provide holistic tenancy and property management services.
Further information can be found at National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Supported Housing Program
Hume works with you and your support provider/carers to understand your individual needs for housing. We involve you in any decision making and will regularly conduct wellbeing visits to ensure you are managing in your home and connect you to additional support providers where applicable.
To discuss our Supported Housing Services please contact our team on 02 9722 4300 or via email.
Mental Health Program
Hume is a strong advocate for social acceptance and inclusion of people affected by mental health along with their family, friends and support networks. Our mental health program educates customers, staff and partners on mental health issues and their impacts so that appropriate responses and support can be given to those affected to ensure they feel safe and secure in their home and daily lives.
For further information on our mental health programs please contact Julie Davenport on 02 9722 4300 or via email.
The Collectives are a self-named tenant led initiative working towards increased wellbeing by bringing together lived experience and professional expertise with the expressed purpose of:
- helping others
- reducing the stigma surrounding hoarding and squalor
- raising community awareness
- providing advice to service providers about how to best assist and support people experiencing hoarding
The Collectives members state that contributing to the project has raised their self-esteem, self-confidence and self-belief. Through participation, they view themselves in a different and more positive light that is assisting them with their recovery and improving wellbeing.
To discsuss our Disability Housing Services pleae contact Faye Minty on 02 9722 4300 or via email.
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