Who We Are
Housing Plus is a progressive social enterprise that re-invests ALL profits into improving social outcomes for individuals and communities in regional NSW.
As a leading regional Tier 1 community housing provider we have a 30-year history of providing client-centred tenancy and property management services to the Central West and Western regions of NSW.
We are also unique within the NSW community housing sector in that, as a specialist homelessness and domestic and family violence service provider, we directly support individuals in regional areas into crisis, transitional and long-term stable housing, whether it be social, affordable, private rental or home-ownership markets.
What We Do
Affordable housing and services: We provide a range of housing options to meet the needs of individuals and their families that include crisis, transitional and affordable housing. We have locally based tenancy, maintenance and support coordination teams that provide a range of services to support individuals and their families to sustain their tenancies.
Homelessness services: Our homelessness services assist people that are experiencing, or at risk of homelessness, to achieve sustainable housing. We take a client-centred, trauma-informed and strengths-based approach to case management to empower individuals, and deliver support that effectively meets their needs.
Domestic and family violence services: Our domestic and family violence services support women, men and children experiencing domestic and family violence to be safe in the community. We provide a comprehensive range of domestic and family violence support services at no charge including risk assessment, transport, safety planning, court support, information and referral, case management, community education and support to access victim’s compensation.
Post-release service: Our post-release service provides up to 12 weeks’ support for offenders under the supervision of Community Corrections who are at medium-high risk of reoffending. Our service works with offenders to access support services, and engage in education, employment and prosocial activities in the community, to reduce reoffending.
Home modifications: Our home modifications service aims to improve the lives of people with disability by undertaking government-subsidised home modifications that support individuals to remain in their homes.
Employment pathways: We support social housing tenants and their household members to access practical and financial assistance, training and work opportunities to help them prepare for employment, find a job, work more hours or improve their employment options