Case Management & Support
Case Management and Support Services
The Eastern Adelaide Homelessness Service (EAHS) team provides a comprehensive and professional service to homeless and vulnerable men, women and children that are currently experiencing homelessness in the Eastern region of Adelaide. This includes people who: access Hutt St Centre; people at risk of homelessness; and people who reside in boarding houses.
The service is divided up into four programs:
Intake and Assessment Team - provide a crisis response service to people onsite at Hutt St Centre and as an outreach service to the emergency men's shelter in the city. The team provides information and appropriate referrals to people facing homelessness and who are seeking support in the inner city of Adelaide.
Primary Homelessness Team - provides a professional case management services to people who are currently experiencing homelessness. The team provides holistic support around a range of issues such as:
- Mental health
- Drug and alcohol misuse
- Social isolation
- Relationship and family breakdowns
- Unemployment and poverty
- Chronic illness
These services are provided with the sole aim of breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Boarding House Outreach Support Program - aims to provide support to individuals living in boarding houses to set goals and move towards independence, community engagement and independent living.
Intensive Tenancy Support Program - runs in partnership with Australian Red Cross providing support to people who may be at risk of losing their tenancy. The program aims to support people to maintain their tenancy and address the issues that may be causing them to be at risk of losing their home.