This report presents the summary findings of the second phase of a longitudinal evaluation of the Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative Stage One (HASI) from May to October 2005. HASI is jointly funded by NSW Health and the NSW Department of Housing (DoH). A three-way partnership between the two government departments and non-government organisations (NGOs), ‘HASI is designed to assist people with mental health problems and disorders requiring accommodation (disability) support to participate in the community, maintain successful tenancies, improve quality of life and most importantly to assist in the recovery from mental illness’.1 This evaluation is based upon qualitative and quantitative data collected from 205 stakeholders, including clients (n=79), housing providers and Area Mental Health Service (AMHS) and Accommodation Support Provider (ASP) personnel. The complete version of the second report will be publicly available soon. This report should be read in conjunction with the first evaluation report (Morris et al 2005).