We are a registered Community Housing provider and have been assessed (in November 2018) as meeting the requirement of the Community Housing Regulatory Framework (Tier 3 Provider). We maintain a number of properties dedicated to those experiencing mental illness. As a landlord, we focus on reducing many of the tensions created by difficulties in finding accommodation and maintaining properties in good order.
As this program is specialised, prospective tenants must fulfill certain criteria (e.g. have a persistent and ongoing mental illness, be referred to our services, etc.).
Please contact us on 08 9791 1257 to find out more, or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our housing program is intended to maintain tenancies long term. As waiting times can be considerable, we recommend that you contact other Community Housing providers to ensure that you are on multiple waiting lists.
Pathways has a Community Housing Notifications Policy, to notify the Registrar if there is any incident relating to it’s operation that may damage the reputation of the community housing sector.Notifications policy for community housing registration
Some Community Housing providers operate a Joint Wait List with the Department of Communities – Housing (Housing Authority). Where so, it is recommended that, if eligible, you register with the Department of Communities – Housing and tick the Joint Wait List box.
The following organisations may be able to assist you in your search for housing/accommodation:
ALLIANCE HOUSING WA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES – HOUSING (FORMERLY HOUSING AUTHORITY WA OR DEPT OF HOUSING WA)
AFFORDABLE HOUSING WA
RICHMOND WELLBEING (SUPPORTED ACCOMMODATION FORMERLY RICHMOND FELLOWSHIP WA)