Tag Archive for: Noongar Mia Mia

#HW2022 | Official Launch

In his recorded speech the Hon. John Carey referenced the many government initiatives currently underway to end homelessness.

Sisters of St John of God ACHO Funding

Shelter WA will continue to facilitate collaboration between the four providers and build on the established momentum to facilitate knowledge sharing and peer support.

NAIDOC Week with Noongar Mia Mia

We thank Noongar Mia Mia Director Bettina Pickett for a fantastic day.

NAIDOC Week

We are committed to championing the Uluru Statement from the Heart within our organisation and our networks.

Supporting communities forum homelessness working group communiqué

The working group will meet on a quarterly basis, in alignment with the Supporting Communities Forum schedule.

Building Tenancy Skills Co-Design Team

Knowing this history means they can take a trauma informed approach and better understand the support needs of each family.

ahi Brighter Future Awards WA Winners

A great outcome for WA and Shelter WA members with worthy programs and housing professionals recognised for their contribution to the sector and excellence.

Moorditj Mia (Strong Home)

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.

Supporting communities forum homelessness working group communiqué

The working group will meet on a quarterly basis, in alignment with the Supporting Communities Forum schedule.

Pro Bono Australia’s 2022 Impact 25 Awards

You can nominate up to two individuals that you believe should be recognised for their positive impact.

ahi Brighter Future Awards

Paula O’Leary was one of six highlighted at the Ahi’s Brighter Future Awards which included two new categories — the Future Leader Award and Response to COVID-19 Award.

Noongar Housing First Principles

The research was conducted by Sandra Harben at Noongar Mia Mia and were endorsed by the Telethon Kids Institute Ngullar Coorlungar Elder co-researchers.

Supporting communities forum homelessness working group communiqué

The working group will meet on a quarterly basis, in alignment with the Supporting Communities Forum schedule.

ACHO Capacity Building Project

The project will focus on optimising the ACHO’s current assets, build on their professionalism and through a peer-to-peer learning approach build collective capability supported by the technical expertise shared across the organisations.

Aboriginal Community Housing Organisations partnership

This peer-to-peer approach is being supported by technical expertise shared across the four organisations.

Why Aboriginal homelessness needs a cultural approach

As Australia’s most marginalised group and one of the most poverty-stricken First Nations peoples worldwide, the housing market continues to leave Aboriginal Australia out in the cold (figuratively and literally).