Tag Archive for: Homelessness Services

International Snapshot – Dublin Region Homeless Executive

All funded services by the Dublin Region Homeless Executive have a Service Level Agreement in place.

Infection Control Project

It has scope to provide advice and guidance by making on-site visits (metro area only) or via state-wide digital and online support that considers the context of your service.

Report shows funding for WA homeless services inadequate

This report is based on findings from 73 homelessness services operating across WA and outcomes from focus groups comprising of homelessness service CEOs and managers.

The Funding of Western Australian Homelessness Services

This report is based on findings from 73 homelessness services operating across WA and outcomes from focus groups comprising of homelessness service CEOs and managers.

Congregate Living Facilities management of COVID-19 exposures or outbreaks

A Congregate Living Facilities setting includes facilities where people live on a short or long-term basis including for work purposes.

Andrew Russell Veteran’s Living Program

A two part ‘Housing First’ program which provides transitional housing and connection to professional support services followed by appropriate and affordable permanent housing.

Report on Government Services 2022

The Productivity Commission report, released on Tuesday, contains detailed information on the performance of Australia’s social support services, including housing, homelessness, aged care, youth justice, child protection and more.

Specialist homelessness services annual report 2020-21

In 2020–21, SHS agencies provided support to almost 278,300 clients who each had a variety of different needs and reasons for seeking support.

Boorloo Bidee Mia

Homelessness service to provide an immediate and culturally appropriate low-barrier accommodation response.

Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS): Monthly Data

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare monthly data collected from specialist homelessness services around Australia.

Don’t Close the Door – Save Homelessness Services!

If this payment does not continue, there will be a loss of $8M per year to homelessness services across Western Australia.

To be safe and strong all people need a place to call home

Service providers are being swamped by people who are sleeping rough pleading for accommodation.

Being homeless is no picnic

Being homeless is no picnic

Lodging House Review

The Department of Health sought to gain a better understanding of the potential impacts on and opinions of industry, local government, other government agencies and members of the public associated with the management of public health risks in lodging houses.

Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS): Monthly Data

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare monthly data collected from specialist homelessness services around Australia.

FAQ’s – For Homelessness Services with Shared or Congregate Living Settings

This is the second of a planned series of FAQs that seeks to quickly provide succinct information and guidance on reducing the risk and spread of COVID-19 for those providing or working in accommodation settings.