Coolabaroo Housing Service (CHS) was established in 1991 and provides transitional supported housing to Aboriginal families and supports Aboriginal families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

We provide transitional supported accommodation for up to 12 months to adults and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness through the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Program.

Under the NAHA program, all clients are provided with an individual Case Worker. The Case Worker’s role is to support, guide and empower clients to address any issues that have caused their homelessness, and assist them to address any issues that may put them at risk of homelessness in the future.

The program also assists families and individuals within the Aboriginal community to apply for long term accommodation. This may be through the Department of Housing, other community housing organisations or the private rental market.

Our unique case management plan integrates all MGA services to provide support to clients in their transition into the mainstream housing sector. While housed as Coolabaroo tenants, their families and extended families, are linked into the other services and programs that MGA provides.

People receiving accommodation are provided with individual case management and support planning to assist them to address issues contributing to homelessness and move into stable long term accommodation and also reduce the risk of future homelessness.

Please contact for further information on these services:

Ph: 9490 4333