Apply for Housing in Queensland

YWCA provides medium and long-term housing to women. If you are in need of emergency or crisis accommodation, please contact 1800 RESPECT, Lifeline or your state and territory’s referral service.

Are you homeless or at risk of homelessness?

If you’re experiencing homelessness or are housed but at risk of homelessness you can call the Homelessness Hotline 1800 474 753 (free call) at any time or call 000 if you are in danger and require urgent assistance.

Are you experiencing family violence?

If you are experiencing family violence and require urgent assistance you should call the police on 000.

DVConnect is a state-wide telephone service offering free professional and non-judgemental telephone support to women who are experiencing domestic or family violence. They can help women to obtain safe refuge accommodation, confidential counselling, and referral to other services.

You can call 1800 811 811 (free call) at any time for advice and support.

Are you looking for Community Housing?

YWCA National Housing is a Long Term Community Housing Provider that provides appropriate and affordable, community-managed rental housing to eligible Queenslanders who are listed on the housing register.

In Queensland, there is one application process for both community housing and public housing. All applicants are listed on a housing register, which is a record of eligible, approved applicants waiting for social housing managed by the Queensland Government. Applicants are matched based on an assessment of their housing needs. To start the application process, contact your nearest Housing Service Centre to make an appointment to discuss your housing needs.

You can find more information about eligibility requirements and applying for social housing at the Queensland Government website.

If you want more information on any of the above, please contact us on (07) 3230 3410.

DV Connect Womensline

Emergency and temporary accommodation

Queensland Government Homes and Housing

Housing Service Centres