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Acquired Brain Injury

What is the Acquired Brain Injury Housing Support Program?

The Acquired Brain Injury/ABI Housing Support Program provides case management for adults (18 years old and over) with an acquired brain injury who are attempting to access public housing or who are having difficulty maintaining their public housing.

The ABI Case Manager assists clients to explore, apply for and maintain secure accomodation options. Advocacy, guidance and/or referrals can be made to appropriate medical, allied health, social and recreational supports or other services as needed.

Who can use this service?

Adults over 18 years of age with an acquired brain injury who are:

  • having difficulty accessing public housing
    or
  • having difficulty maintaining public housing.

Where is this service offered?

The Acquired Brain Injury Housing Support Program service is offered at the following locations:

  • Port Philip
  • Stonnington
  • Glen Eira.

Who is not able to use this service?

The following people are not able to use the Acquired Brain Injury Housing Support Program service:

  • people who receive compensation
  • people who already have a case manager
  • people who do not want to live in public housing.

When is this service available?

This service is available from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

How much does this service cost?

This service is free of charge.

Further information

To learn more please telephone: 9525 1300

OR email adminenquiries@ischs.org.au

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