Ending homelessness: one person, one family at a time.
The rate of homelessness is rapidly rising, globally, and here in Brisbane.
Now, with a lack of social housing, unaffordable rents and mortgages, and an astronomical cost of living, many in our community are finding themselves without a home, or struggling to stay housed.
If this is you, we're the people to call.
We can connect you with practical assistance and pathways to sustainable solutions according to your needs and circumstances.
Support is available 24/7. Our services are free.
How we can help
Everyone deserves a secure home. Let's start the journey to yours.
Homeless, or at risk?
Home for Good is the first port of call for anyone experiencing homelessness or housing stress. We'll connect you with a support pathway that meets your unique needs.
Home for Good Hub
Our Street to Home assertive outreach team comes to you — in streets, parks, cars — wherever you may be.
Part of a family?
We have specialist services for women, children and families experiencing housing stress, homelessness or sleeping rough.
A support provider?
If you're supporting someone experiencing or at risk of homelessness, or a member of an institution looking to refer someone to us, contact us.
Micah Projects Housing and Homelessness Services
Homelessness is solvable
People don't choose to experience homelessness — it finds them, often when economic hardship collides with personal adversity, such as illness, injury, post-traumatic stress, violence and relationship breakdown.
No one should walk this path alone. Together, we can create a future where homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring.
A Housing First approach prioritises access to permanent housing and linked support to meet people's immediate needs, and aims to prevent homelessness wherever possible.
Evidence shows this restores hope and dignity, and empowers people to overcome cycles of homelessness.
I have a key for my own place. A place I can truly call mine. If it rains I don’t get wet. I can come and go whenever I want. And when I come home everything is still here. I absolutely love this place. I’d still be on the street, cold, wet and miserable if it wasn’t for Micah Projects. Now I try to find my own small ways to give back by telling people I know who are homeless or couch surfing how Micah Projects can help them.
Partnerships and programs
Community programs and activities to end homelessness
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Micah Projects is the backbone organisation that supports the Brisbane Zero Campaign, which embraces the international Built for Zero "know by-name" approach to prevent, reduce and end homelessness in Brisbane.
Brisbane Emergency Response Outreach Service (BEROS)
Micah Projects provides after-hours outreach and transport as well as safe and appropriate accommodation for young people in crisis as part of BEROS — Community Living Association's outreach and support service for young people aged 12-18 who are in care of Child Safety and are self-placing.
Brisbane Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH)
BAAEH is an alliance of over 30 Brisbane organisations and government agencies committed to the vision of ending homelessness in Brisbane — part of the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (AAEH).
Through our campaign, '500 Lives 500 Homes', Micah Projects successfully housed 580+ Brisbane households over three years. This campaign built upon the success of the 2010 '50 Lives 50 Homes' campaign, where we successfully housed 230 people.
Micah Projects partners with Common Ground Queensland to deliver several Supportive Housing initiatives.
Pathways out of Homelessness
Micah Projects delivers a Pathways out of Homelessness program, funded by Brisbane City Council.