Housing Services

A range of support models and housing options to support complex and high risk persons

Youth Residential Rehabilitation Service

Victoria- Providing specialist residential support for youth with mental health diagnosis

The Youth Residential Rehabilitation Service (YRR) Service is a service operating out of the Loddon Mallee region, in Bendigo and is funded by the Department of Health to support ten young people with a mental health diagnosis for placements of up to 12 months. The house is physically separated into four units with staff and young people able to freely interact. The service operates on a 24/7 staffing model, 7 days per week ensuring a continuity of care to the young persons.

Using a wraparound services model coordinated by ACSO, the YRR Service incorporates residential, skills development and clinical programs for a holistic and individualised model of support. Individual outcomes that improve daily living, self-care and social and relationship skills, as well as addressing quality-of-life needs regarding physical and mental health, social connectedness, housing, education and employment are the focus of resident care plans. These One Plans are formulated to support recovery and introduce a supported decision-making model that gives the young person a voice in their assessment, treatment, support needs and recovery.

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McCormack Housing 

Victoria- Providing safe and reliable homes to rebuild lives for ex-offenders and break the cycle of crime.

Provide safe, affordable, well-maintained supported housing options to those being released from (and those at risk of entering) the criminal justice system. By providing our tenants with sustainable, supportive housing, through partnerships, we will assist in the delivery of ‘wrap-around’ services. 

The Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO) proudly acknowledges Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and their rich culture and pays respect to their Elders past, present.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s 
first peoples and as the Traditional Owners and custodians of the land and water on which we rely.

We embrace the spirit of reconciliation, working towards equality of outcomes and ensuring an equal voice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, including those who have come in contact with the justice system.

The Australian Community Support Organisation recognises the right to a safe and inclusive service without bias. ACSO is committed to the equitable treatment of its participants, employees and partners. We believe in humanity and celebrating the diverse voices of our community through leadership, practice and policy design, to honour and embrace diverse traditions, cultures and experiences of those we support and work alongside.

ACSO acknowledges funding from the Victorian, New South Wales & Queensland State Governments and Federal Government.

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