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Crisis Accommodation

Our mission to eliminate homeless in the West starts with prevention.

The feeling of a place called ‘home’

Crisis accommodation provides a safe and secure place to stay for people who, for whatever reason, unexpectedly find themselves needing accommodation.

Our youth accommodation at Bunyup House in Bunbury will help young people enjoy the feeling of having a place to call ‘home’, giving them the opportunity to gain life skills, have a crack at their own washing, cooking and a bit of cleaning while receiving support for school or other education. And in Collie, our crisis accommodation provides a short term private environment for women and their children as they re-establish a safe and secure space during a time of transition. A stepping stone for people who may have experienced trauma in their family life or home environment, this will act as a foundation to planning a path towards a brighter future.

As you settle we provide culturally responsive wrap around services to assist, stabilise and move forward. We are 100% inclusive, offering a discrimination free zone where we accept you for who you are, free of judgement. If you are in need, we encourage you to read this section checking eligibility to understand whether Crisis Accommodation is right for you.


Crisis Accommodation

Crisis accommodation provides a safe place surrounded by people who care.

If you find yourself without a place to call home, we’ll help you feel safe and in control.

A safe-haven for single women who find themselves without a place to call home.

Available for people aged 17 – 25, our number one priority is your wellbeing.

We partner with WA State Government to offer housing in Bunbury & Margaret River.

For everyone to access a safe place, you must meet a few simple, key criteria.

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