Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 24 June 2022

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

Shelter WA in the regions

Shelter WA’s regional engagement framework project is funded by Lotterywest.

WA Disability & Housing Forum

Persons with disabilities have the right to the full range of in-home and community supports to realise and sustain their living arrangement of choice.

Building Tenancy Skills Co-Design Team

The workshop will provide information about the Residential Tenancies Act in Plain English and will signpost tenants to relevant supports.

Infection Control Program Lotterywest presentation

To make sure the program remains relevant to sector needs representatives including regional representation have formed a reference group.

Supporting communities forum homelessness working group communiqué

The working group will meet on a quarterly basis, in alignment with the Supporting Communities Forum schedule.

Community Services Bulletin

Where service agreements have pricing frameworks designed to facilitate individualised funding agreements, the Indexation Policy applies to the unit prices or similar pricing mechanisms.

Aboriginal Short Stay Accommodation Program

A downloadable form to apply for the working group can be found at the link and contains some more information about their involvement.

Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 9 June 2022

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

FAQs for ordering RATs and PPE/C as flu season approaches

If you are eligible, we encourage you to consider using the online form to request both RATs and PPE/C for your staff to use as we enter the cold and flu season.

Australian Local Government business papers

Shelter WA urges all delegates to support the motions that address the growing and evolving housing affordability challenges across Australian rural, regional, and metropolitan communities.

Shelter WA visits Albany

The City of Albany have been involved in the Shelter WA Local Government Homelessness Knowledge Hub project.

Building Tenancy Skills Co-Design Team

Knowing this history means they can take a trauma informed approach and better understand the support needs of each family.

ahi Brighter Future Awards WA Winners

A great outcome for WA and Shelter WA members with worthy programs and housing professionals recognised for their contribution to the sector and excellence.

WA’s hidden crisis: Harm from alcohol

Almost every part of our lives can be affected by alcohol, including our ability to access urgent medical treatment, the amenity of our communities, safety on our roads, and the health and wellbeing of our children.

Industry update: More public health measures will be phased out in WA

Restrictions on travel to remote Aboriginal communities will ease however some communities may choose to still apply their own restrictions.