Housing Support Program 2021-22 grant recipients

The following Housing Support projects were approved in 2021-22.

Successful recipients within the inner north of Brisbane receive funding for projects and services that respond to the housing and social needs of homeless people or those living in social housing.

Two organisations received funding for a total amount of $19,090.91.

This table provides details of housing support program 2021-22 recipients including organisation, project name and amount approved.
Organisation Project Amount approved
Communify Queensland Ltd The project will provide household items and furnishings to vulnerable individuals who are transitioning from homelessness into social and affordable housing, using an online voucher system ('Prezee'). The mobile support team from HART4000 (Communify) will have oversight of the spending, therefore allowing them to intervene and assist people if required. It is anticipated the online voucher system will empower individuals by enabling autonomy and choice, which aligns with HART4000's trauma-informed and empowering framework.  $9,090.91
Zig Zag Young Women's Resource Centre Inc. The project will deliver measurable outcomes for a minimum of 20 young women (and their accompanying children), who are experiencing homelessness and/or at risk of homelessness.  The project will provide direct brokerage support in areas not covered under other Zig Zag funding agreements. Zig Zag will be able to support young women with the purchase of items that can include whitegoods, small household items, linen, groceries, bond, and initial utilities set-up. This project will compliment the current wrap-around services provided by Zig Zag, with the aim of achieving long-term positive outcomes, including tenancy sustainment for young women. $10,000.00
Last updated: 16 May 2022

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