Our homelessness support services in South Australia and Western Australia aim to assist the people we support to connect with a wider service network and address issues that contribute to homelessness.

About our homelessness support services

With many people doing it tough, we're doing everything we can to provide support and find accommodation for people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
We know how easy it is to end up homeless - many people across our neighbourhoods do not know where they will be sleeping tonight.
There are many factors that can contribute to homelessness. Domestic and family violence place many people at risk of homelessness, as do financial problems, unemployment and mental illness.
Our services include assertive outreach, intensive case management support and residential programs.
These services aim to help you to re-establish connections that will assist you to find somewhere to stay while taking steps to find a permanent place to call home, so you can get on with your life.

South Australian Homelessness Services

Homelessness Assertive Outreach Program - Riverland, SA

Life Without Barriers Riverland Assertive Outreach Program is an intensive case management support service designed to engage with individuals experiencing homelessness with a focus on rough sleeping in the Riverland Region. We have a case management team who provide extensive support and actively search the river and on land to support people experiencing homelessness. The Riverland region includes the townships of Waikerie, Barmera, Berri, Renmark, Loxton and surrounding areas.
  • Assessment, referral, casework and case management
  • Assistance to access emergency and supported accommodation
  • Access to laundry, bathroom and cooking facilities
  • Early and crisis intervention (business hours only)
  • Ongoing support
  • Assistance to access health and community services, emergency supplies and food packages
To learn more visit our Riverland office, 12 Crawford Terrace, Berri, SA, 5343 or call us on

Homelessness Supportive Resources - Riverland, SA

Our range of support services are here to assist you if you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We want to support you to reach your full potential. Resources include:
  • S.T.A.M.P Program
  • Housing and Tenancy
  • Employment and Training
  • Budgeting
  • Nutrition and Meal Preparation
  • Social and Emotional Wellbeing
To learn more, visit our Riverland office, 12 Crawford Terrace, Berri, SA, 5343

Western Australian Homelessness Services

ARYA House: At Risk Youth Accommodation - Metro, WA

ARYA house is a safe environment that provides overnight accommodation for up to 6 young people between the ages of 14 and 17 years, two nutritious meals per day, snacks and laundry services. At least two full-time, skilled staff per shift operate the service between the hours of 5pm and 10am daily.
The ARYA program provides:
  • Overnight accommodation when no alternative suitable accommodation is available
  • A nutritious breakfast and evening meal
  • The opportunity and means to maintain high standards of personal hygiene and care
  • Passes to use public transport as required.

The Warren Blackwood Emergency Accommodation Centre - South West Region, WA

The Warren Blackwood Emergency Accommodation Centre is available to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, including those experiencing domestic violence and young people over 16 years of age.
Service delivery area is in Western Australia, in the regions of: Manjimup, Boyup Brook, Bridgetown, Greenbushes, Pemberton, Northcliffe and Walpole. People who access this service (including their accompanying children) are provided with, or are assisted to access accommodation (which includes long-term accommodation and the appropriate support).
They are provided with direct support or are assisted to access other services to address issues contributing to their homelessness.

Ngatti House - Metro, WA

Ngatti House is a residential program based in Fremantle and run by Life Without Barriers. It provides community-based homeless youth services to young people between 17 and 22 years of age, who show signs and symptoms of mental illness while homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The service provides medium-term accommodation and clinical support, and has a strong focus on overcoming social disadvantage and enhancing social inclusion. Since its opening in 2010, Ngatti House has received an average of 37 referrals per year to house young people and assist them in overcoming social barriers.
The service not only focuses on health issues but is also culturally appropriate and based on building self-esteem, social inclusion, recovery and the capacity for young people to achieve their desired goals whilst being supported by their local community.