Tag Archive for: Youth

Youth Long-term Housing and Support Program

At a state and national level, there is ongoing recognition that young people are a particularly vulnerable cohort that require dedicated, age-appropriate services to support their mental health and potentially cooccurring alcohol and other drug needs.

#HW2022 | Spotlight on Youth

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.

Housing Taxation in OECD countries

The report notes young people are being locked out of a housing market dominated by richer, older men.

Specialist homelessness services client pathways: analysis insights

The AIHW Specialist Homelessness Services Collection includes information about clients receiving homelessness services support from 1 July 2011 onwards.

Parkerville Children and Youth Care

Modern services are part of the evolution of an organisation that has provided a safety and security net for children and young people for almost 120 years.

Keeping kids safe and well: your voices

Children and young people are experts in their own lives, and their insights are critical for understanding how we can better support their safety and wellbeing.

New data reveals extent of housing affordability concern

The Australia-wide poll of 1,100 people undertaken last week by Essential Media also found women are more concerned than men when it comes to the issue of affordability.

Parity Launch

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.

Locked-out: generational inequalities of housing tenure and housing type

The housing market is failing to cater for older and younger generations, according to research.

PILLAR Funding Continues

Perth Inner City Youth Service’s (PICYS) PILLAR program has secured extended funding through to the end of June 2022, at a scaled up COVID-19 response capacity.