A one-stop-shop for the homeless
The delivery of accredited homelessness services has started from a new location in Moore Street between Royal Perth Hospital and McIver Train Station.
The City of Perth spent more than $140,000 on the location touting it as a ‘one-stop-shop for the homeless’. The money is being spent on extra security, lighting, cleaning crews and CCTV. Moore Street has limited traffic since the closure of its level crossing in 2019. Previously services were delivered from an ad hoc location at 324 Wellington Street near Perth City YHA.
Site delivery runs weeknights from 4.30pm to 8.30pm and on Sunday morning from 8.00am to 11.30am. It features food, health, shower and laundry services from several different providers. The City of Perth has designed redirection maps for client referral. Click here.