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HOW WE CAN HELP

At St. John’s you are our highest priority!

St John's preparing bread for meals

At St. John’s you are our highest priority.  Please register your details using the Emergency Relief Request form to let us know what you need and how we can contact you.

Alternatively, you can download and complete the writable Emergency Relief Request pdf.  If completing the pdf please scan and email back to us at admin@stjohnscc.org.au.

We will contact you to organise an interview.  This interview will be done over the telephone between the hours of 9.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday.

WHAT ST. JOHN'S CRISIS CENTRE OFFERS

We offer a safe environment in which you can access various support organisations for help.  We have the HHOT Team (Homeless Health Outreach Team), Centrelink, Orange Sky, hair-dresser, optometrist, dental appointments.

You can also access job service providers of Family Australia and Mission Australia at St. John’s.

We can provide emergency relief, clothing, food, and basic household items, as well as a caring ear to talk to without judgment. In extreme hardship, we provide a limited contribution towards school costs and Queensland Birth Certificates, and cheques are made out to companies or schools only.

Unfortunately, we do not have emergency accommodation.  For more assistance contact:

  • The Gold Coast Homelessness Hub on (07) 5579 6060
  • 7 Care Connect
  • Gold Coast Housing Service Centre Robina on (07) 5645 8100
  • Cornerstone Homelessness Support Service on (07) 5552 5400
  • The Homelessness Hotline on 1800 474 753
  • WELFARE OFFICE

    Our Welfare Office is open Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 11.00 am.

  • ST. JOHN'S CRISIS CENTRE

    St. John’s Crisis Centre is open for Lunch Monday to Friday, from 11.30 am to 12.00 pm.

REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY RELIEF

Complete the form to register for emergency relief







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Acknowledgment

I acknowledge that this could involve sharing information with other service providers or collecting information. St John’s Crisis Centre as a service provider has a duty of care that means if you mention that you might harm yourself or others that we will discuss this and inform the appropriate organisations, including, Government Departments as required. Also, if you mention that you have a warrant out for your arrest or disclose any information of a criminal or illegal nature including making threats towards St John’s Crisis Centre personal we have a duty of care to inform the police.


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