As of October 2020, two thousand people were suffering from various degrees of homelessness on the Mornington Peninsula. Peninsula Community Housing finds this statistic to be unacceptable, so we are stepping forward help our community address this growing problem.
To provide and fund community based housing for those who need it most.
To build various types of affordable housing for disabled and the financially disadvantaged members of our community.
To provide shared rental housing for those who cannot access the private rental market.
To construct transitional accommodation to assist the chronically homeless in re-establishing themselves into a secure home and at their pace.
We seek to construct all levels of disability housing to provide supported accommodation to those who seek inclusion back into our community.
To help those who are homeless or vulnerable to homelessness to get back on their feet with safe, secure, affordable and permanent accommodation.
To offer affordable rent-to-buy options for those who one day want to own their own home.
To deliver affordable housing for those most in need. Our aim is to assist the disadvantaged and fund affordable housing, because everyone deserves a home.
Find suitable and affordable housing for those in our community who are disabled, vulnerable or homeless.
Help fund, design, construct and manage various levels of disability, social and affordable housing.
We also aim to assist any of our tenants who would like to consider a longer term transition from renting their accommodation, to owning it.
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