This Prospectus informs industry allies and prospective partners on who the sector is, what it does, and what can be achieved by working together
We’re proud of what we’ve achieved this past year – check out our Annual Report and the projects we plan on rolling out in 2019!
Rents remain unaffordable for lower income households in Queensland, despite continued improvement in affordability
Queensland’s peak body for the housing and homelessness sector, Q Shelter, says the latest Rental Affordability Index shows that despite improving affordability across Queensland, affordable rent is still frustratingly out of reach for low to moderate income Queenslanders.
Q Shelter has called for more investment in well-located social and affordable housing to address affordability issues for low to moderate income Queenslanders.
Working towards a robust community housing and homelessness sector
Q Shelter is committed to supporting the community housing sector through building the strength and capacity of individual organisations via effective application of training, resources, tools, facilitation and collaborative opportunities.
Learn more about Q Shelter here.
Here you will find links to upcoming events, services, resources and more. For event information and to sign-up to an event, click here.
To find out more about what we have been doing and what is coming up, please access our Housing Matters newsletters. Below you can sign-up to receive these directly to your mailbox.
For a flyer describing what Q Shelter can offer housing providers click here.
Contact Q Shelter
515 Wickham Terrace
Spring Hill, QLD, 4004
Mail: PO Box 214, Spring Hill, Qld. 4004
Phone: (07) 3831 5900
Fax: (07) 3236 1396
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Looking for Accommodation?
Q Shelter is not a provider of accommodation. If you are seeking emergency accommodation, please free call Homeless Hotline on 1800 47 47 53 or visit their website here
If you are experiencing domestic violence, please call DVConnect Domestic Violence Hotline on 1800 811 811 or visit their website here
For information about applying for housing assistance in Queensland, including public and community housing, click here