Youth Homelessness

Wayss assists young people aged 16 to 25 years who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.

Can Wayss assist me?

If you are a young person aged 16 to 25 years experiencing or at risk of homelessness we can assist you with:

  • Information and advice
  • Finding a place to sleep and your housing options
  • Referral to specialist services such as counselling and material aid
  • Budgeting
  • Living and life skills
  • Private rental support 
  • Some financial assistance 

Youth Support Services – Need help?

Your first point of contact if you are experiencing or at risk of homelessness

Emergency Youth Accommodation

A refuge offering crisis accommodation in Dandenong

Step Ahead Program

Supported accommodation for single young people in Casey and Cardinia

Wayss is here to support victim survivors of family violence and their children.  It is never your fault, help is always available, you are never alone and it is your right to live your life safely and free from violence.

Need Help?

9791 6111

Wayss Dandenong

9703 0044

Wayss Berwick, Cranbourne, Frankston, Pakenham

Download our Youth Homelessness factsheet to learn more.

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Wayss in the 1990s

Then in September 1997 the organisation became WAYSS Limited with a Board of Directors and day to day management by the Chief Executive Officer.

Wayss underwent further transformation with the restructure of community housing and the funding of the Transitional Housing Management (THM) program. The Regional Housing Council ceased operation and transferred direct service operations to Wayss in 1997.

During this decade Wayss became responsible for the then South East Women’s Domestic Violence Outreach Service. Funding was also received to establish a Children’s Services Worker within the outreach service. SAAP funded Women’s Outreach Program was also transferred to Wayss in 1999.