National Regulatory System for Community Housing The NRSCH is a regulatory system designed to contribute to a well governed, well managed and viable national community housing sector that meets the housing needs of tenants and provides assurance for government and investors.
Housing NSW - now DCJ Housing DCJ Housing is a housing agency of the NSW Department of Communities and Justice. As the umbrella organisation for government housing initiatives in NSW, DCJ Housing provides quality rental housing solutions for those whose needs cannot be met by the private market.
Aboriginal Housing Office The NSW Aboriginal Housing Office has four main priorities - to develop a viable Aboriginal housing sector, increase focus on asset management, increase access to safe, affordable and culturally appropriate housing and promote employment opportunities for Aboriginal people within the sector.
Community Housing Industry Association NSW Community housing in NSW provides affordable rental housing to people on low to moderate incomes. Community Housing Industry Association NSW (CHIA) assists people in solving their housing difficulties by providing quality, low cost and affordable housing solutions; being responsive to local needs; encouraging tenant involvement; achieving the highest standards for accountability, efficiency and community service.
Churches Housing Churches Housing is an ecumenical organisation established to give churches information and practical assistance about how to develop affordable, secure and appropriate community housing for people on a low income and special needs.
Homelessness NSW Homelessness NSW is a broad based peak body whose members include services that provide accommodation, support and other services to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Yfoundations Yfoundations is a peak body that seeks to advocate for and improve access to support services for young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness in NSW.
NSW Women's Refuge Movement The NSW Women's Refuge Movement is a network of 57 women’s refuges across NSW who provide supported accommodation and other options for women and children living with or escaping domestic violence.
Shelter NSW Shelter NSW is a non-government, non-profit, social change agency committed to working for a fair and just housing system. Shelter NSW advocates for the housing interests of low-income and disadvantaged people, and provide community education to build the capacity of non-profit organisations to provide housing and housing-related services.
NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal The NCAT provides an independent, low cost and accessible dispute resolution forum to the people of NSW in relation to tenancy matters, including in relation to community housing.
Housing Appeals Committee The Housing Appeals Committee is an independent agency that can review administrative decisions made by a social housing provider such as decisions about eligibility, allocations, rent subsidies and transfers.
Tenants' Union of NSW The Tenants' Union of NSW is the main resourcing body for the network of Tenants' Advice and Advocacy Services and a community legal centre specialising in NSW residential tenancies law.
Tenants' Advice and Advocacy Services The network of Tenants' Advice and Advocacy Services (TAASs) provide free information, advice and advocacy to renters in their local areas.The TAASs assist renters in private rental housing, social housing tenants, boarders and lodgers, and land lease community residents.
NSW Ombudsman Office The NSW Ombudsman investigates and reports on complaints about the conduct of public sector agencies and their staff in NSW, including the office of the Registrar of Community Housing.