Housing Support Program 2020-21 grant recipients

The following Housing Support projects were approved in 2020-21.

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.

Three organisations received funding for a total amount of $21,340.

This table provides details of housing support program 2020-21 recipients including organisation, project name and amount approved.
Organisation Project Amount approved
Brisbane Youth Service Inc

This project supports young people who are experiencing homelessness with access to essential items to help them establish a new household as they transition into independent social and affordable housing.

Based on assessment by a qualified Youth Worker, support packs will include items such as fridges, washing machines, small appliances, and soft furnishings (e.g. linen/pillows), as well as cleaning packs. Youth Workers will also assist young people with developing life skills and provide referrals to services to assist with breaking the cycle of homelessness.

Communify Queensland Ltd Communify will source facilitators to administer an eight week program with the objective of building on self-esteem, gaining a deeper understanding of values and beliefs, learning emotional regulation, looking at goals, forward direction and increasing hope and support, as well as learning practical life skills and providing referrals and connections to support services. Facilitators will also consult with Communify staff to work through any barriers with implementing the program. $8,900.00
Zig Zag Young Women's Resource Centre Inc.

This project will deliver outcomes for young women (and their accompanying children), who are experiencing homelessness and/or at risk of homelessness. Zig Zag will support young women with the purchase of items that can include whitegoods, small household items, linen, groceries, bond and initial set up fees for utilities. Zig Zag workers and young women jointly discuss their needs and Zig Zag will ensure it fits within the agreed funding purposes.



Last updated: 22 June 2021

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