HOMES4LIFE (H4L) IN ASSOCIATION WITH COAST2BAY HOUSING GROUP AND SYNAPSE OPENS ITS DOORS TO A NEW DISABILITY HOUSING FACILITY ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.
An HIA award winning purpose built accommodation facility, for those living with disabilities, has opened its doors on the Sunshine Coast.
AUSMAR Assist (Design and Construction) in conjunction with Coast2Bay Housing Group (Housing Provider) and Synapse (Care Support Provider) partnered to make the facility a reality. Four people with disability are now able to receive support to live independent lives in a safe and accessible purpose built environment.
Partners In Recovery Gap Initiative Program (PIR)
Coast2Bay recently opened the doors of a trial crisis accommodation centre for homeless people dealing with non-acute mental illness. The facility, known as “Daliya House” in Nambour, involved the conversion of existing office space into bespoke shared accommodation and on-site carer assistance.
Prior to this, eligible individuals found themselves admitted to hospital, and kept in longer than necessary for monitoring. Consequently, this back-log reduced access to hospital services for others in a similar position.
The new facility aims to support these individuals along their road to recovery, both mentally and personally. It also aims to assist with longer term housing provision elsewhere.
Coast2Bay would like to thank Vantage for their efforts in the construction stage of this project and Lifeline for their discounted furniture.
PiR System Gap Initiative – Daliya House
This facility, known as “Daliya House”, involved the conversion of existing office space into bespoke shared accommodation and on-site carer assistance.
Prior to this, eligible individuals found themselves without accommodation exit points from hospital, resulting in longer than necessary hospital stays. Consequently, this back-log impacted on access to hospital services for others who were acutely unwell.