Tag Archive for: Aboriginal Community Housing Organisations

Moorditj Mia (Strong Home)

The service is being delivered consistently with Housing First, and finding housing is the highest priority element of the caseworker; however, housing remains scarce in the midst of WA’s rental crisis.

ACHO Capacity Building Project – SAC Visit

The Southern Aboriginal Corporation (SAC) serves the Noongar community in the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia.

ACHO Capacity Building Project – MRAC Visit

MRAC’s Board of Directors recently completed updated governance training with a focus on their duties and responsibilities as Directors in the context of the CATSI Act 2006.

ACHO Capacity Building Project – GIHO Visit

The visits were crucial to understanding the capacity gaps of the Aboriginal Community Housing Organisations sector in WA and with the individual four organisations.

ACHO Capacity Building Project

The project will focus on optimising the ACHO’s current assets, build on their professionalism and through a peer-to-peer learning approach build collective capability supported by the technical expertise shared across the organisations.

Common Ground – EOI Advice

The EOI process will shortlist Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations; Community Service Organisations, and Community Housing Organisations to participate in the process of adapting the known Common Ground model to meet the needs of the Western Australian cohort.

Closing the Gap

We welcome the inclusion of housing in the Agreement; that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people secure appropriate, affordable housing.

Assistant Minister Meeting

Shelter WA was pleased to attend a meeting with Minister Luke Howarth MP, Assistant Minister for Community Housing, Homelessness and Community Services.