The Haymarket Centre

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The Haymarket Centre

The Haymarket Centre provides crisis accommodation and support services for people experiencing homelessness while living with mental health and alcohol & other drugs comorbidities.

The Centre provides 24 beds for women, men and transgender people over the age of 18 with a focus on access and equity for people from all backgrounds. The Haymarket Centre also offers a number of residential services, including meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), showers, and laundry facilities.

While living in the Haymarket Centre, every resident has the opportunity to participate in a client focused, adaptive case management program.  We focus on providing support, stabilisation, and advocacy to establish safe housing pathways for our clients with a goal of long-term, sustainable and independent living.


Service details

Opening hours: The Haymarket Centre is a 24-hour service.  If a vacant bed is available, individuals and services can refer and admit into to the Centre at any time of day.

Entry Criteria: The Haymarket Centre is open to any person over the age of 18 who is experiencing homelessness.  We are an inclusive service that works using a harm reduction framework, and will accept referrals wherever possible.

Accessing the Haymarket Centre: You can access the Haymarket Centre via a warm referral from your case worker from an external service, or by calling the number below to see if we have a vacancy.  Admission to the Haymarket Centre starts with an initial phone assessment with one of our case workers.  If there is a vacancy, this will be followed by a face-to-face intake assessment on site.

Location: 137-139 Regent Street Chippendale, NSW 2008.

Phone: Freecall 1300 029 202 (open 24-hours).

Direct Number: (02) 9197 9700

Email: centre@haymarket.org.au