The Federal Government is due to cut $56.7 million per year from Australian specialist homelessness services. This will have a huge impact on the sector’s ability to provide vital support for Australian communities.
Homelessness Australia is seeking expressions of interest from experienced Housing First practitioners to undertake a train the trainer program led by our Australian internationally trained Housing First practice leaders.
The government has not heeded calls from industry, community, unions and a choir of leading economists to build homes for people unable to access ownership or high market rents.
The Alliance recognises the growing calls for a social housing stimulus, reflecting the importance of this issue for the whole community.
National Shelter’s meetings with Ministerial Advisors have brought a new level of collaboration between housing and homelessness peaks over the COVID period.
The national and state peak housing and homelessness organisations have come together to make a joint submission in response to the latest Infrastructure Australia Audit.