People are considered homeless when they are without accommodation that is safe, secure and affordable. Homelessness affects people from all walks of life and can result from such things as domestic violence, illness, long-term unemployment and mental health issues.
Homelessness information booklet
The City of Bayswater has produced a Homelessness booklet that is designed to be the first point-of-contact for those who are at risk of, or are already experiencing homelessness.
The booklet contains useful information and contact details for a number of services.
The information in this booklet was correct at the time of printing. Please let us know if you see anything that needs updating by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This booklet is available in alternative formats upon request.
Emergency contact numbers
If you require immediate assistance, the following organisations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week:
|Police Assistance (non-emergency)||131 444|
|Emergencies (Police, Fire and Ambulance)||000|
|Emergency for Hearing Impaired||106|
|City of Bayswater's Security Watch||1300 360 333|
|Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Help Line||1800 737 732|
|Women's Domestic Violence Helpline||(08) 9223 1188 or 1800 007 339|
|Orana House - Family and Domestic Violence||(08) 9370 4544|
|Mental Health Emergency Response||1300 555 788|
|Lifeline||13 11 44|
|Alcohol and Drug Information Service||(08) 9442 5050|