Accommodation
Services

Better continuity, choice and connection for supported living.

Our Fighting Chance Accommodation social enterprise supports like-minded housemates to live independently in comfortable, welcoming homes with continuity of support and connection to the community. 

Each of our houses is as individual as the housemates who share it, and is managed according to their needs and preferences. Our unique family governance model ensures housemates and their families are the key decision-makers, while we take care of the day-to-day admin and logistics — all the while maintaining a high degree of transparency and trust.

Our model means you have choice over the big things — like how the house is run — along with the little things like having a mate over, choosing to order takeaway for dinner, or crashing out early after a big day.

Family Governance

Families, and housemates if they choose, form a committee which operates like a Governance Board for the house.

The committee delegates day-to-day operations to Fighting Chance, but retains control over how the house is run.

In addition to Family Governance, our other key philosophies include:

    • A home not a workplace
    • Springboard into community
    • Financial Transparency
    • Housemate Matching

I have peace of mind that Rob’s being cared for in the best possible way, while still being fully involved in all aspects of his life. There’s the feel of it being a home, rather than just a house run by a service provider.”

Mary, mother of Fighting Chance housemate Rob

We are growing and we want you to join us

We currently have four houses on and around Sydney’s Northern Beaches, and in 2021/22 will be growing our accommodation services to include Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).

We are taking expressions of interest for housemates now. Click the button below to register your interest. 

Housemates wanted!

Montanna is hoping to move into supported accommodation with Fighting Chance in the next 6-12 months and is looking for a female flatmate 20-40 years.

To get to know Montanna better, and find out what kind of housemate she’s looking for, click the button below: 

Joe and Jake are on the lookout for some housemates to live with. Their ideal housemate is a young man aged 20 – 30 who is kind, social and enjoys getting out and about. Joe and Jake are .
 
You can find out more about Joe and Jake, and register your interest if you know the perfect match, by clicking on the button below:

Fighting Chance will be hosting a stand at the Sydney Disability Expo.

Come and see us at stand 138 to learn how we are moving the dial for Australians with disability and their families.

For more information, head to sydneydisabilityexpo.com.au

Dates: Friday & Saturday 3-4 December 2021

Times: 9:00am -3:00pm AEST