Believe Housing Australia’s comprehensive range of services help tenants lay the foundations for a better future, from financial counselling and literacy, to home care and NDIS services.
Intensive Tenancy Support
Aged Care and NDIS Services
Thanks to our connection to AnglicareSA, Believe Housing Australia can help you to access home care services and NDIS support. Ask us how.
Get tailored support to live the independent life you choose in your own home. Home Care support can help you to stay active and healthy, increase your social activities with friends and explore new opportunities.
Mental health and disability support
Please let us know if you or a loved one need access to mental health and disability support, including NDIS services. We offer a broad range of services including loss & grief support.
Family Counselling and Suicide Support
If you have been impacted by suicide, or want to access some family counselling support, please let us know.
The team provides a range of services for couples, families and individuals with the aim of strengthening families and ensuring the wellbeing of children. The Counsellors are trained professionals who can assist with a wide variety of issues.
If you have been impacted by suicide or had a recent suicide attempt, our team are ready to listen, understand, and support you. Click the link below to find out more.
Believe Housing Australia, through AnglicareSA, can help you take control of your finances and support you to receive proper financial entitlements. We do this by providing financial counselling and literacy services, and a no interest loan scheme.
Financial counselling and literacy
AnglicareSA’s financial counsellors provide financial education and can help you work towards a stable financial future. Financial counsellors can also contact creditors, advocating on your behalf, to establish affordable payment plans for outstanding bills. Financial counselling is open to anyone.
No Interest Loan Scheme
AnglicareSA’s No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) provides a no-interest loan for the purchase of essential household items, such as whitegoods and furniture. Participants must pay back the loan, but they are not charged interest. The service is available to people on low or fixed incomes who have a Centrelink concession card and who may not be eligible for a bank loan.