We're back to recycling in the City of Port Phillip. That's awesome news on the back of the recent #ClimateStrike for South Port Community Housing Group tenants and others in our community...but no soft plastic bags, polystyrene, broken mirrors or food scraps in your recycles as this will compromise the process... Recycling Guide for City [...]
Words can’t describe how excited we are to have commenced major renovations on our Layfield Street property, converting it from a rooming house to a fully contained bedsit arrangement. Empirical evidence suggests that a self contained housing model leads to a longer term housing solution. Secure housing is a fundamental basis in improving one’s mental [...]
We're currently advertising for a part-time Youth Housing Support Program - Case Manager to join us in working with single people and single parents aged 15 – 25 yrs who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Applications close on Monday 26 August. Please share this opportunity to your networks.Youth Housing Support Program - Case [...]
We're getting in early for 'National Action Day' 11 May! Advocating that the Newstart and Youth Allowance rate be increased is close to our heart and features loud on the South Port Community Housing Group strategic plan. Now's your time to act and find out if your local candidate is on board and supporting this. [...]
It’s going to be fantastic fun and totally FREE. Whoever you are and wherever you are…we hope to see you there. Check out the South Port Community Housing Group Inc. Facebook page for all the updates!
At SPCHG we’re often preoccupied with what’s happening in our local Southern Region. We recommend that you read this alarming report prepared by the Northern and Western Homelessness Network outlining the fact that crisis accommodation is in a state of crisis itself. Support services are calling for acceptable crisis accommodation options and of course, the [...]
Today we’re commemorating the 11th anniversary of the Apology to Stolen Generations. These policies caused tremendous pain and trauma within our Aboriginal communities. Our thoughts are with all those affected.
In Chinese culture, the Year of the Pig is associated with wealth, fortune and generosity. In 2019, we’re hoping that such prosperity and caring spirit will be shared by all… Insisting and advocating that everyone should have a home is a great start. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Melbourne’s heat waves are tough. But for those of us experiencing homelessness, heatwaves can be potentially life threatening. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, there's some great resource: Free pool and cinema passes can be collected from a range of agencies including Cohealth, Salvation Army and via City of Melbourne’s daily support team. The Salvation Army’s Hamodava [...]