The ACI is the flagship program at A Way Home Washington. It uses a By-Name List to track and drive evidence-based improvements to help reduce rough sleeping and chronic homelessness.
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The population of people experiencing homelessness in Western Australia is characterised by an over-representation of Aboriginal people.
A key challenge is going to be to maintain and build on these improvements in the post-pandemic world.
In his recorded speech the Hon. John Carey referenced the many government initiatives currently underway to end homelessness.
The extension will allow us to incorporate findings of the research being undertaken by the Centre for Social Impact, UWA, on behalf of Shelter WA.
With its stunning front page artwork from First Nations artist Nerolie Bynder this edition of Parity is a must have for anyone who wants an understanding of work being done in Western Australia to end homelessness.
The research was conducted by Sandra Harben at Noongar Mia Mia and were endorsed by the Telethon Kids Institute Ngullar Coorlungar Elder co-researchers.
Shelter WA will work closely with the sector and government to co-design a clear, visible transition process over the next two years which will inform and guide the commissioning of homelessness services.
The 2021 Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 report builds on previous work from the Centre for Social Impact The University of Western Australia (CSI UWA) by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia, using the Advance to Zero database.
On Tuesday, 3 August Shelter WA held the official launch of this year’s theme in WA: Housing Solutions to End Homelessness.
This Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 report builds on CSI UWA’s previous work by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia.
The latest comprehensive ‘Ending Homelessness in Western Australia’ report paints a sober picture of a lack of progress across seven targets to end homelessness in WA.
The Minister announces urther funding for the East Perth Common Ground facility.
If the trial is deemed a success, we encourage the City of Perth to continue to work with service providers, people with lived experience, and the state government to develop safe interim housing options that provide a pathway to permanent homes and service support.
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.
This is not an appropriate response to provide temporary sleeping options for people who are sleeping rough.