Housing Justice is a program of ARC Justice, a non-profit community organisation dedicated to human rights and social justice advocacy in the Loddon Mallee region.
An inclusive community built on a foundation of human rights and equality before the law.
We are a leading an innovative advocacy and rights organisation that delivers client focused services that empower disadvantaged and vulnerable people in rural and regional Victoria. We elevate justice as an issue in public discourse and advocate for systemic change that upholds human rights. We are a leader that strengthens the sector, pursuing best practice and innovation through collaboration.
Housing Justice supports tenants in the Loddon Mallee. Housing Justice has two main programs: The Social Housing Advocacy and Support Program (SHASP), funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. This program provides case management support to public housing tenants in order to assist them to sustain their housing. The Tenant Advice and Advocacy Program (TAAP) is funded through Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) to protect vulnerable and disadvantaged tenants. TAAP provides information, advice and assistance on tenants’ rights, responsibilities and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) process. These services are provided out of our Bendigo office with services to the Mallee provided on a contract bases by Haven; Home, Safe.
Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre provides legal information, advice, advocacy, case work and outreach services across the Loddon Campaspe region.
ARC Justice programs are supported by the Victorian Government.