A newly released survey Research Report on Community Views on Homelessness Perth, Western Australia commissioned by The WA Alliance to End Homelessness in partnership with Shelter WA show people have increasing levels of compassion for those experiencing homelessness and want more action to address the issue.
The Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage report measures the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
This analysis reveals the impact of the housing market on the ability of low-income households to maintain a decent standard of living.
The Australian Homelessness Monitor 2020 (AHM 2020) analyses changes in the scale and nature of homelessnessin Australia, as well as its social and economic drivers.
The impacts of COVID-19 across the rental sector are, in many respects, still emerging, and this presents a real challenge for policymakers in developing targeted and effective assistance.
The Mental Health Commission has developed this strategy: A Safe Place – A Western Australian strategy to provide safe and stable accommodation, and support to people experiencing mental health, alcohol and other drug issues 2020-2025 with input from a range of stakeholders.
This report explores the barriers people with disability in Western Australia face when seeking a home.
The Rental Affordability Snapshot is designed to highlight the lived experience of looking for housing while on a low income.
Everybody’s Home and Homelessness Australia have had heatmaps produced that show by state and federal electorate how many people are homeless and how much social housing is needed.
Policies shaping social housing pathways have evolved in response to high demand and decreased supply, with a tighter targeting of eligibility and a rationing of housing to those of ‘highest need’.
There is little high quality nationally representative data on the level of housing stress being experienced during the COVID-19 period or on the extent to which Australians have been able to reduce their mortgage and rent payment in light of government policies enabling this.
The 50 Lives program is a collective impact project with lead workers supporting clients from a range of organisations across Perth.
The Social Housing Acceleration and Renovation Program (SHARP) aims to build 30,000 social housing units over a four-year period, plus accelerate the maintenance and renovation ofexisting social housing stock.
Anglicare WA conducts the Rental Affordability Snapshot each year to develop a better understanding of how our rental market is changing and the implications for Western Australians living on low incomes.
The most comprehensive snapshot of how the market is responding to the opportunity to expand housing supply for people with disability.
New research from AHURI provides a national evidence-base on pathways into, within, and out of social housing tenancies.