In crisis: Demand for industry services grows due to increasing housing stress

IBISWorld’s Crisis and Care Accommodation market research report provides the latest industry statistics and industry trends, allowing you to identify the products and customers driving revenue growth and profitability. The industry report identifies the leading companies and offers strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the market.


Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share in this industry
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Annual Growth
2012 - 2017
Annual Growth
2017 - 2022

Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

The Crisis and Care Accommodation industry is part of Australia's community welfare sector, and provides services for some of the most economically vulnerable people in Australian society, including children, those with long-term disabilities and the elderly. In the face of rising rental costs and extreme housing stress, a growing number of Australians are at increased risk of homelessness, with many experiencing financial hardship, persistent disadvantage and social exclusion. Nearly three million Australians live in poverty, of which 730,000 are children. On any given night, roughly 100,000 or more Australians are homeless. This is despite various national policies designed to reduce homelessness, such as the National Affordable Housing Agreement that came into effect in 2009...

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Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter

The industry provides accommodation services to society's most vulnerable population groups including children, people with long-term disabilities and the elderly. Funding for these services mainly comes from governments and charitable organisations.

Supported accommodation for the disabled

Each state and territory government assists with the in-home care and supported accommodation care of people with disabilities, whether intellectual, physical, psychiatric, traumatic or age-related. Supported accommodation is mainly supplied by not-for-profit organisations such as charities, churches and benevolent societies, and partly funded by State and Federal government funding programs, donations and client contributions. The..

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Industry Products

What is the Crisis and Care Accommodation Industry?

The Crisis and Care Accommodation industry provides residential care accommodation (except aged care) combined with nursing, supervisory or other types of care as required (including medical). This includes the operation of children’s homes (excluding juvenile corrective services), crisis care accommodation, hospices, community mental health hostels, residential refuges and respite residential care facilities.

Industry Products
Residential rehabilitation care
Crisis accommodation
Transition care
Respite residential care
Supported accommodation for the disabled
Hospice accommodation
Children's homes
Industry Activities
Children's home operation
Community mental health hostel operation
Crisis care accommodation operation
Operating homes for disadvantaged people
Hospice operation
Residential refuge operation
Respite residential care operation
Substance abuse centres operation

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About this Industry

Industry Definition
Main Activities
Similar Industries
Additional Resources

Industry at a Glance

Industry Performance

Executive Summary
Key External Drivers
Current Performance
Industry Outlook
Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain
Products & Services
Demand Determinants
Major Markets
International Trade
Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration
Key Success Factors
Cost Structure Benchmarks
Basis of Competition
Barriers to Entry
industry Globalisation

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity
Technology & Systems
Revenue Volatility
Regulation & Policy
Industry Assistance

Key Statistics

Industry Data
Annual Change
Key Ratios

Jargon & Glossary

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