The focus was on both networking and exploring a range of key regional issues in the youth sector, including housing and homelessness.
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To say that housing in Australia is broken is an understatement. It is in meltdown, and we won’t be able to truly fix it until we redesign our housing policies.
Shelter WA’s regional engagement framework project is funded by Lotterywest.
The City of Albany have been involved in the Shelter WA Local Government Homelessness Knowledge Hub project.
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.
The Rental Affordability Snapshot found median rents increased around $50 per week since last year.
Sharing personal experiences assists Anglicare WA to make the case for change.
The portal concept was identified following discussions between the Department of Communities and community service organisations, with significant input provided by people with lived experience of homelessness.
This work was inspired by a similar piece done by American Artist Rick Lowe, who obtained and transformed a row of derelict houses into real housing for single parents through a community art collective.
The number of people seeking assistance and advice on significant debt they now find themselves in, as a result of the rent increases seen since the moratorium lifting, is of immense concern.
This report analyses data and presents findings drawn from Anglicare’s own services, focusing on areas arising from COVID-19.
An ecological approach to realising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians’ aspirations for a high standard of health and housing, and of personal and collective wealth.
Anglicare WA’s latest Snapshot reveals rental affordability in Australia is getting worse.
Shelter WA, in partnership with the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia, hosted an Emergency Roundtable to discuss the impact of the ending of the moratorium on people in the private rental market.
Shelter WA developed the Unlock Housing campaign, in partnership with the sector, industry and people with lived experience of homelessness, with three core priorities.
Ruah Community Services has, in partnership with St Patrick’s Community Support Centre and Wungening Aboriginal Corporation, been awarded $6.9 million to provide accommodation and wraparound supports to people in need across the Perth metropolitan area.