A free relationship building community event on Thursday, July 1 at the George Burnett Leisure Centre Seminar Room on Manning Road, Karawara.
The development of the Implementation Plan has been overseen by the City’s Local Homelessness Advisory Committee.
Take a look more closely at how we house all Australians and the initiatives being driven by the private sector to achieve this goal.
The combined view is that secure and long-term housing and ongoing support is fundamental to addressing the health needs of older homeless women.
Homelessness Australia in partnership with National Shelter and other peaks is undertaking advocacy at a national level for retention of this payment through the Don’t Close the Door/ERO cuts to homelessness services campaign.
Peak housing and homelessness body Shelter WA welcomes the opportunity to work with the newly elected Labor government on housing and homelessness issues over its next term of government.
The health experiences of women experiencing homelessness are different to the experiences of people who live in a safe, secure home.
The Royal Commission found many people who come from diverse backgrounds and have had varied life experiences have problems accessing aged care services including people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The WA government has announced that the $22M of unspent funds remaining in Residential Relief Grants Scheme will be re-purposed to provide landlords with direct one-off payments equivalent to 75 per cent of the accrued rent arrears incurred during the emergency period, up to a maximum of $4,000.
The election scorecard has been released the day after Housing Minister Peter Tinley AM MLA denied Western Australia is experiencing a housing crisis.
Peak housing and homelessness body Shelter WA has released new data finding homelessness, and rental stress in WA’s regions at record levels.
Liz Lennon on why many of her tribe spend up to 65 per cent of their weekly low-income on private rental and are terrified of being evicted or rent hikes.
With the end of the looming moratorium we need a commitment from government to support people to stay in their homes.
Commitment needed to spot purchasing at least 2,000 homes for rent over the next four years.
Whilst it’s positive to see the acknowledgment of the regional pressures, this package does nothing to address the social and affordable housing issues across the metropolitan area, including the supply of affordable rental homes for key workers.
Shelter WA applauds the Liberal Party’s commitment to boost social housing by 4,600 homes over five years in partnership with the community housing sector.