At Catherine House, we offer accommodation and support services for women experiencing homelessness, who are 18 years and older, and unaccompanied by children.
All of our programs and services are recovery-oriented. We not only deal with the immediate issues that have led a client to a period of homelessness, we also work with our clients to plan for a future that helps her sustain her housing and build a life that is meaningful and purposeful for her and her family.
Help support women living at Catherine House by making a donation easily and securely through our website.
In 2018, we are fundraising for the expansion of our Emergency Program. This will see the service increase from a 16 bed program to a 20 bed program.
An additional 1,460 nights of safe and secure accomodation for women.
However you choose to donate, we truly thank you for your support.
We believe in the potential of every woman to learn, achieve and succeed.
We provide support and interventions driven by recovery-based principles and practices.
We value and respect each womans unique life story and individual experiences.
We assist women to develop skills to become critical, independent thinkers within their personal, cultural, social and political environment.
We support women to identify what is important to them in life and how they can work towards achieving this.
Raising political and community awareness around women’s issues and the solutions needed.
Catherine House offers emergency housing through the Emergency Program, which provides crisis accommodation for up to three months for women experiencing homelessness. The program is staffed 24/7 and provides full board and lodging for up to 16 clients.
We are looking for individuals, families, workplaces, community groups and friends to join our Catherine House Team 30 and participate in this years City Bay. All fundraisers will receive a free t-shirt and a yummy breakfast at the finish line!
Mental Health Support
Catherine House offers two mental health programs, the Recovery Program (RP) and the Permanent Supported Accommodation Program (PSAP). These programs offer accommodation services to women living with mental health issues.