If your organisation would like to partner with Hope Street to support youth and young families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, please see our Partnerships page for details.

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.


City of Whittlesea

Hope Street and the City of Whittlesea Council have a long-standing partnership in the response to youth homelessness that dates back to 2008. Hope Street, with the support of the City of Whittlesea Council, currently runs Hope Street in Whittlesea, a youth foyer-like model of supported transitional housing, and the Hope Street Hope to Home program that transitions young people from homelessness into private rental.


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:


Victorian Government - Department of Health and Human Services

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. 

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