How We Help
We aim to end homelessness for every person who walks through our doors, with care and without judgement.
In the past year 570 people were assisted into housing and accommodation, 150 paid work opportunities were provided, and over 60 people undertook training or education.
Each day Hutt St Centre helps hundreds of people who are experiencing homelessness and disadvantage to find shelter, food, care and support.
We provide essential services including meals, showers, toilets, laundry facilities and lockers, and access to health and well-being services. There are 18 visiting professional services including GPs, Registered Nurses, eye clinics, legal advice and financial counselling. Visiting services offer a safe and supportive environment for people seeking help who may find it difficult to access public or community-based organisations.
Case Management Services assist people experiencing homelessness, or who are at risk of homelessness, to get the services and supports they need to move forward with their lives including housing, health and medical services, and social and life skills.
The Pathways to Education and Employment program assists adults facing homelessness and disadvantage to develop pathways to education, employment, and engage with the wider community via delivery of non-traditional education programs and activities. This program also offers individualised support in relation to seeking employment, with assistance provided to obtain qualifications, interview preparation and resumes.