Support in Inner Sydney
About Moving Out Moving On (MOMO)
Moving Out Moving On (MOMO) provides outreach support to women, trans women, and non-binary people with or without children in the inner city of Sydney, who are impacted by Domestic and Family Violence and are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
MOMO provides services through outreach, meeting with women in flexible locations across the community offering personalised case management support for women and their accompanying children.
The MOMO team are located at the following services regularly each:
- One Stop Shop, Newtown Neighbourhood Centre
- DCJ Housing City Office – Strawberry Hills
- WISH Hub, Wayside Chapel Kings Cross
- Newtown Neighbourhood Centre
MOMO is funded to prioritise work with:
- Women impacted by Domestic and Family Violence
- First Nations women impacted by Domestic and Family Violence
- Women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds impacted by Domestic and Family Violence.
Every individual's support needs are different
Examples of support we provide include:
Supported women, trans women, and non-binary people to navigate and understand the different housing options.
Supported women, trans women, and non-binary people to complete documentation for access to financial, legal and housing -assistance.
Provided information and referrals to access Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVOs) and Family Law matters. MOMO is unable to provide legal advice, however, does refer individuals to organisations that can.
Supported access to services including counselling, financial counselling or advocacy, health services, parenting support, employment and education.
Provide of essential personal and household items and assistance with relocation costs.
Advocacy and assistance to connect to other supports or community if relocating outside of the inner city
You can contact Moving Out Moving On (MOMO) directly, without a referral:
OUR OTHER SERVICES
Refuge Outreach Action Response (ROAR)
Wilcannia Safe House (WSH)
(Far West NSW)
Domestic Violence After Hours Service (DVAHS)
Accompanied Children's Support Services (ACSS)