If you are at immediate
risk please call 000 and
ask for police.
Transitional Support Program provides case management support to families, single adults and young people experiencing homelessness. Support workers provide holistic case management to address housing goals, mental and physical health and wellbeing needs, parenting and family support. The program focuses on capacity building to help avoid future episodes of homelessness. The program has been subject to launch site reforms. This program is responsible for the Justice Housing Support Program.
The Transitional Support Program (TSP) aims to provide people accessing
the service with an immediate crisis response as well as on-going support in the process of establishing and maintaining their housing. The Program’s Crisis Response is based on seeking to resolve the immediate presenting need for housing and seeks to assist people to:
Identify whether there are support areas for referral to be made to program
staff in order to provide further ongoing support. Transitional Support is
provided by Program staff and seeks to provide clients with:
The role of TSP is to assist people who are in crisis and:
Within these considerations for providing support the Program will assist:
TSP will provide clients with assistance in a range of areas in the process of achieving secure, stable and independent living. Our primary concern is with ensuring people are able to obtain appropriate long-term housing. Support will also occur in enhancing opportunities for clients to achieve independent living through assistance in:
A particular feature of the Program is in the emphasis placed on delivery of services through an outreach approach. Clients will be visited in places and at times of their choice.
TSP provides services in Latobe City and Baw Baw Councils.