South Australians who are homeless (including rough sleepers) or at risk of homelessness find it more difficult to maintain the social distance or hygiene practices that are so vital to their health and to reducing the spread of COVID-19 more generally.
SA Housing Authority is committed to working with you, our sector partners, to provide more assistance to people who are homeless.
Homelessness to Home (H2H) system
For information on how to record services or issues related to COVID-19 for clients in H2H, please read 'Recording COVID-19 in H2H' document (PDF, 394.6 KB).
For more information on H2H visit the Homelessness to Home system page.
Contract managers are here to help you
COVID-19 has created increased demand for services across the homelessness sector, including information and advice, crisis accommodation and longer-term affordable housing.
Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS) have a critical role in supporting people experiencing homelessness to manage social distancing, and to support quarantine and self-isolation options. It is essential we continue to work together to deliver these vital services, despite the challenges posed by COVID-19.
If your organisation is experiencing increased demand and you require support, we encourage you to talk to your Contract Manager.
Working across Government
As well as working with sector partners, SA Housing Authority is also working with its partners within government, particularly Department of Human Services (DHS), to ensure a coordinated approach.
- To keep up with latest news from SA Housing Authority, follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/SAHousingAuthority.
- More information is available at sa.gov.au/covid-19 or by calling the SA COVID Hotline, 1800 253 787 ☏
- For reform enquiries, please contact Ian Cox, Head of Homelessness Sector Integration ✉
- For COVID-19 enquiries, please contact housingIMT@sa.gov.au ✉