Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing Service

Equip’s Transitional Housing Service is an accommodation service for adults aged 18 years and older who experience mental illness. The service is for individuals needing a place to live while our team help you source a permanent housing solution.

We support our clients spiritually, mentally and physically and offer a variety of services to suit their individual needs.

Assistance is given to help individuals manage their
wellbeing, as well as:

  • providing a room in a shared two-bedroom house

  • transitional house close to community amenities
    i.e. shop, library, mall, bus routes

  • providing all linen

  • providing support to find permanent accommodation

  • providing a tenancy reference for new landlords

  • independent living

  • WINZ assistance

Who is eligible?

Anyone over the age of 18 who has a mental health diagnosis such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, and is engaged with a clinical team.

How to access this service

You can access this service either via the Co-ordination Service at the Waitemata District Health Board or by contacting us through the Equip office on 477 0338.

The Transitional Housing Service is available on the North Shore.

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