Our Pathways housing program aims to support people experiencing mental health issues and homelessness to stabilise recovery, increase community engagement and support individual goals toward independence.
|What we offer |
How ICLA’s Pathways team can assist you.
Transitional Accommodation for 6-18 months in one of our newly refurbished properties in Bondi Beach, Bondi Junction or Woolloomooloo. We have a range of accommodation types from individual studios to twin share with another program participant. We operate on a fee-based model that includes two components:
Rent - In accordance with Social Housing guidelines, rent is calculated as 25% of the Resident’s fortnightly income + applicable rent assistance + any applicable energy supplement.
Utilities, furnishing and program fee – A fortnightly payment of $50 to cover the contribution to the cost of furnished home, including access to WIFI, minor repairs and maintenance, power, pest control, and common-area cleaning.
Program support and activities
Informal assistance from our Pathways Manager to discuss your long-term housing goals, develop individual pathways to independence and make referrals or applications to other programs as required.
Provision of a fully furnished home which is move-in ready, including linen, cookware, appliances etc.
ICLA is committed to providing furnishings that are durable and easy to clean. We buy a mix of new and quality second hand furniture. We are unable to offer furniture storage to Residents.
|Who's eligible? |
And how to participate.
To be eligible for ICLA’s Pathways housing program, participants must be in receipt of a Disability Support Pension or on another form of benefit or income support, sufficient to accommodate the service fees.
Eligible participants must meet the following criteria:
Willing and committed to abstaining from any alcohol or illicit drug use in ICLA properties
Meet Social Housing Eligibility Criteria
At risk of homelessness.
Experiencing mental health issues
Under the care of a treating healthcare professional (GP, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Community Mental Health or other)
Able to manage their day to day needs to meet their tenancy obligations or are actively engaged with relevant supports to do so
The Pathways Program offers transitional accommodation placements for up to 18 months, after which residents are required to transition to alternative accommodation. Therefore, participants are required to maintain active engagement with any support services they may require securing and transition to suitable alternative housing at the end of their tenancy.
|Make a referral |
For yourself or someone you know.