Laidley Crisis Care and Accommodation (LCCA) can provide support for people in the Lockyer Valley area who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.
LCCA’s centre based access program provides support, access and referrals to services who can assist people to gain or sustain stable accommodation.
The centre-based support program provides ongoing case management support with the aim to find, secure and sustain stable accommodation.
The Logan Youth Foyer Support Service (LYFSS) helps young people build a brighter future by providing accommodation and guidance in a supported environment.
Our holistic approach is based on a Sustainable Livelihoods Approach and Advantaged Thinking Framework. We work alongside young people to focus on their skills, assets and resources, whilst strengthening their talents.
For young people who are Foyer ready, we offer 40 transitional semi-furnished studio or one bedroom units, with 24/7 on site staff. We work collaboratively and flexibly with young people and other services to increase sustainable community connections and supports.
To be a participant in the program you must:
Advantaged Thinking challenges us to see strengths where we might see only deficits or problems. Test yourself by downloading the 7 Tests of Advantaged Thinking on the right.
If you or someone you know is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, the Youth Housing and Reintegration Support (YHARS) service may be able to provide support. We can help if you're:
The service will help you to:
The program is funded by the Australian and Queensland Government’s Homeless National Partnership Agreement.
Clients must be aged between 17-21 years and be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Clients must be exiting or transitioning from child safety statutory interventions.
The YHARS Housing Support Service provides support to young people aged 12-21 years who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, within Inala or 30 surrounding suburbs. The service aims to transition clients into safe and affordable accommodation to allow them to achieve greater independence and stability.