McCombe House provides supported emergency accommodation for single women and women with children escaping domestic violence and homelessness. McCombe House is a 6 to 8 week safe and secure crisis accommodation for women and children from all cultures and backgrounds.
Oakleigh Accommodation Service provides crisis and transitional accommodation for single men and women aged 21 and over; and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Service delivery is focused on pathways out of homelessness and the safety and well-being of people experiencing family violence.
Both services offer non judgmental friendly staff, referrals to appropriate services and support and advice on a range of many issues.
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