Churches of Christ Care Housing Services

Churches of Christ Care Housing Services from Churches of Christ Care

By: Churches of Christ Care  30-Dec-2014
Keywords: Housing, Community Housing, Public Housing

Churches of Christ Care is one of the largest not-for-profit providers of community housing in Queensland, managing approximately 1,200 tenancies throughout South East and South West Queensland. With over 30 years experience in property and tenancy management, Churches of Christ Care provides a range of rental housing options for individuals and families who are earning low incomes, discriminated against in the private housing market, or homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The organisation offers crisis, transitional and long-term housing for families and individuals of all ages, and support is available to assist tenants with income arrangements, budgeting and referral to specialist services. Churches of Christ Care’s specialist long-term community housing for over-55s, or people of any age with a disability, is generally co-located with a Churches of Christ Care retirement village, residential aged care service and community care service at one of the organisation’s innovative integrated communities known as Churches of Christ Campuses. As people age, their needs change, and living on a Churches of Christ Campus enables community housing tenants to access any of the Churches of Christ Care services co-located on the one site. This allows residents to age-in-place without having to leave their home, neighbours or familiar surrounds to receive the appropriate support and care that may be needed in the future.

Keywords: Community Housing, Housing, Public Housing, Rental Affordability Scheme, Rental Housing

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