Eastern Homelessness Network (EHN)
The Eastern Homeless Network (EHN) is a resource to the homelessness sector operating in the Eastern Metropolitan Region. This site contains information and resources to assist people working in Specialist Homelessness and Family Violence Services.Read More
Do you require assistance?
If you are experiencing homelessness in Melbournes eastern region or at risk of homelessness please contact your closest entry point for assistance, 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
- Anchor Incorporated, Lilydale - 9760 6400
- Community Housing Ltd, Box Hill - 9856 0098
- SalvoCare Eastern, Kew - 9853 5680
- Uniting Wesley, Ringwood - 8870 4020
- Uniting Harrison, Mount Waverley/Boronia/Wantirna South - 9051 3000
After hours 5pm-9am and on weekends and public holidays, please call 1800 825 955.
If you are escaping domestic violence please call 1800-015-188, 24 hours, 7 days a week.
EHN Practitioner Meetings
The EHN Practitioner Meeting provides a great opportunity for practitioners and allied services to come together to share information and ideas and to enhance their professional networks. We have a broad range of speakers from a range of complimentary services discussing topical issues; programs and new initiatives.
If you would like to speak at a meeting or would like to recommend a topic you'd like to hear more about, please contact us
Remaining 2019 Meeting Dates
21st November - agenda below
Federation Estate, 32 Greenwood Ave, Ringwood
Meeting 10am -12pm
Morning Tea will be served
For more information or to RSVP, please contact EHNnetworker@vt.uniting.org or call Jo on 0419 363 261
Meet the Peaks
The Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) is the peak body representing organisations and individuals in Victoria with a commitment to ending homelessness.
Homelessness Australia (HA) is the national peak body for homelessness in Australia. We provide systemic advocacy for the homelessness sector. They work with a large network of organisations to provide a unified voice when it comes to preventing and responding to homelessness.Read More