Launch Housing manages a range of housing which includes transitional, social and affordable housing.
Transitional housing provides short-term, secure subsidised housing to individuals and families in crisis as a result of homelessness or impending homelessness. Transitional housing tenancies are between 3 to 18 months, during which time all tenants must engage with their support provider to secure long-term housing options.
Community housing refers to long-term affordable rental housing operated by not for profit organisations. All providers of community housing are registered and regulated by the Victorian government. Community and public housing are now combined under the term social housing, and eligibility for social housing is now managed by a new system of registration, the Victorian Housing Register (VHR). Launch Housing is a participant of the Victorian Housing Register.
Social and Affordable Housing
Launch Housing owns and/or manages a range of social and affordable housing. HomeGround Real Estate , Launch Housing’s social enterprise, also provides affordable housing options for people in the community.
Launch Housing is a registered housing provider subject to government regulation by the Housing Registrar.