The Women’s House in St Kilda is a welcoming, safe and supportive Engagement Hub tailored to the needs of all Women (Cis and Trans) who are experiencing homelessness, financial hardship or barriers to social inclusion and participation.
We strongly welcome Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and people from the LGBTIQA+ community who may have a gender diverse experience. We are committed to providing a culturally safe and inclusive space for everyone who visits the Women’s House.
Appointments for housing support are available by presenting to 65 Robe Street from Monday to Friday, 8:30am-1pm (last appointment at 12pm)
Our services for all women (Cis and Trans)
Our services are for all women (Cis and Trans) and people within and beyond the gender binary who feel this place is for them.
People who access the house may be experiencing or at risk of homelessness, living in financial hardship, poverty and disadvantage, have experienced multiple complex traumas including family violence and can feel socially isolated.
How we support women in our community
Watch this video to learn more about how we work with women such as *Nat to rebuild their lives after a crisis:
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