Many of our visitors come to us without food, shelter, clothes or money. Most have nowhere to go and no-one to turn to for help.
We can assist people who are:
- Homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness; for example, someone who is living in their car, temporarily with a friend, or a person who has been given a week to leave their current housing
- Housed but at risk of homelessness; for example, a family who is struggling to maintain a tenancy after emergency hospitalisation or losing a job.
We can support anyone living in the Brisbane City Council region and beyond to find accommodation and meet their basic needs for food, hygiene and rest. Some people who live in inner city Brisbane may be eligible for financial assistance to pay rent, utilities, transport costs and purchase food.
Please call us to see if you live in our catchment area for emergency relief assistance. If you are eligible, please make an appointment with a support worker and bring your most recent Centrelink statement and copies of any bills that are overdue.