The Senate Committee has released its report on the proposed changes to the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement, after submissions were made by a range of representatives from peak bodies across Australia, including our Victorian Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) and Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA). Concerns raised by the peak bodies broadly address the following: […]
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There are a range of training options in our Training & Events calendar to get your professional development off to a head start in 2018 and more will be added as the year goes on, so keep checking back for more information.
It’s not a new idea, but many people are choosing to make their money go further by purchasing homes in regional areas as discussed in this ABC website article .
The Victorian Women’s Benevolent Trust supports innovative projects that help create an equal future for women and girls in Victoria. In 2018, VWBT welcomes applications for projects benefiting women and girls, in particular they are seeking applications that strengthen women’s economic security, that is the ability for individuals to live with dignity and cover their essential needs […]
The Council to Homeless Persons have released a statement outlining their response to the State Government’s new ‘Rough Sleeping Action Plan’. The response from CHP is positive and you can read their full announcement here.
Breaking The Cycle Of Homelessness 13th Jan 2018 The Andrews Labor Government is working to break the cycle of homelessness by intervening early, getting rough sleepers housed quickly and strengthening support services to keep vulnerable people off the streets. Minister for Housing Martin Foley today visited Ozanam House in North Melbourne to announce more than […]
A good news story featuring Wayne Robinson, who has journeyed through homelessness to becoming a successful artist.
The option to pay off registration at 3 or 6 month intervals will be available to all Victorians, including concession card holders, from January 1, 2018. To find out more go to the Vic Roads website .
Practitioners are being asked to have their say and provide much-needed data about current attitudes and information sharing practices. As part of its commitment to ensuring the information sharing scheme is benefitting the safety of victim survivors, Family Safety Victoria has engaged Monash University to complete a two-year independent review of the scheme. The university’s Gender […]