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.
146 tenancy hearings in three days, thousands of families facing homelessness as winter approaches an Emergency Budget is needed.
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.
CEOs from organisations providing emergency relief funding, support to renters in the private rental market, and peak bodies have established a Housing Emergency Response group to identify and drive immediate solutions in partnership with government to mitigate the impact and harm of the housing crisis.
Communique: Housing Emergency Response Group
A targeted sample of service providers who deliver frontline services to people who have been or are facing eviction, or had their rent significantly increase as a result of the moratorium lifting, has been undertaken.
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.
Referral pathways for the ending of the moratorium on rent rises and evictions.
The State Emergency Relief Committee requested that WACOSS convene a group to provide support to providers as they navigate people in the lead up to the ending of the emergency period.