Hope Street actively seeks opportunities for Community, Corporate, Government and Philanthropic partnerships to help us deliver oustanding responsive services to young people and their families (at risk of) experiencing homelessness.  See our Partnerships page for further information.

Bolton Clarke

As part of our wrap around holistic service for young people experiencing homelessness, we have an onsite specialist youth-focused nurse, Cath Flanagan, through our partnership with the Bolton Clarke Homeless Persons Program. She is available three days a week to assist with general health assessments and appropriate referrals to specialist health care, including dental, optical, pathology, sexual health, and pregnancy/parenting support.


Council to Homeless Persons

The Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) was established in 1972 and is the peak Victorian body representing organisations and individuals committed to ending homelessness.


Haven; Home, Safe

Our BOOST practitioners provide a weekly outpost for young people and young families at Haven; Home Safe's Homelessness Access Point in Preston. Young people (at risk of) experiencing homelessness can be referred by Haven; Home Safe staff to meet with our practitioners to better explore their housing and support needs, including referral into the BOOST program for ongoing support.


NorthWestern Mental Health - SUMITT

The Homeless Youth Dual Diagnosis Initiative (HYDDI) is a Department of Health and Human Services Youth Homelessness initiative implemented through a partnership between Hope Street and the NorthWestern Mental Health (NWMH), the mental health arm of Melbourne Health. A HYDDI Practitioner is employed by NWMH's Substance Use and Mental Illness Treatment Team (SUMITT) and is co-located at Hope Street. 


VincentCare Victoria

The Hope Street in Melton and Hope Street in Whittlesea programs housing support model is delivered in partnership with VincentCare Victoria and consists of various configurations of single units and two bedroom family units.  Our close working relationship with VincentCare ensures that young people are provided with quality housing and tenancy management support.


Raine and Horne Melton

Raine and Horne Melton have provided tangible support to young people within our Hope to Home in Melton pilot program. The program is working towards 30 young people moving into private rental and developing their capacity to sustain this into the future.


Ray White Real Estate Thomastown

Ray White Real Estate Thomastown in conjunction with Hope Street and the Whittlesea community will be working together to develop real rental housing opportunities for up to 30 young people in our Hope to Home in Whittlesea pilot program which is based upon our successful Hope to Home in Melton pilot program.


Woodgrove Shopping Centre

Woodgrove Shopping Centre in Melton has been a proud supporter of Hope Street since 2015. Their partnership with Hope Street strives to continue supporting young people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness, through fundraising events and awareness raising initiatives.


City of Melton

Hope Street has a strong and collaborative partnership with the Melton City Council in responding to the needs of local young people who experience homelessness. This has been demonstrated by Council’s support for the Hope to Home in Melton pilot program as well as being a significant contributor in the development of the Hope Street First Response Youth Service in Melton. Council has committed a significant block of land in Melton to be leased to Hope Street to build a crisis accommodation facility and are providing planning and other support towards the project.


Moreland City Council

We continue to build our partnerships with our key local government areas including service development in conjunction with Moreland City Council. Their Youth Services have been strong supporters of several initiatives:

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