The RentConnect Advisory Service is now available at the Capalaba and Gladstone Housing Service Centres launched in February 2012.
An innovative new temporary accommodation support service opened its doors in Townsville in November 2011.
Communities throughout Queensland have come together to create local action plans to help reduce homelessness.
Comprehensive information on Homelessness Programs' purpose and scope, and expectations and requirements of homelessness grant funding are now available on the departments website.
States and territories are working together to develop a nationally regulated not-for-profit community housing provider system.
Hundreds of new homes will provide suitable accommodation for older Queenslanders in the coming years, thanks to the Nation Building Economic Stimulus Plan: Social Housing Initiative.
The department has contracted the Queensland Community Housing Coalition (QCHC) to deliver a two-year Diploma of Social Housing to 15 people working full-time in the social housing industry.
Stable housing is a platform to training and employment, and the foundation from which we run the rest of our lives.
Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people living in community-managed social housing will benefit from $60 million from the Australian Government to refurbish up to 682 dwellings throughout regional and urban Queensland.