Building More Social Housing In Melbourne’s East The Andrews Labor Government is providing safe, secure housing for vulnerable women and their children, including those escaping family violence. Minister for Consumer Affairs Marlene Kairouz visited community housing agencies in Melbourne’s east and south-east today to announce $6.2 million in Victorian Property Fund (VPF) grants for three […]
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The Council to Homeless Persons facilitated a forum that covered a number of issues yesterday, but if you missed out, you can find out more by reading about the SHS Transition Plan and the Homelessness Election Platform.
Good news story from the ABC website about an innovative program to combat homelessness.
The issue of trying to find new ways to fund and generate more housing is pressing and this AHURI brief explains how shared ownership of housing could provide an affordable housing option.
ABC News website features a refreshingly good news story on homelessness.
A good news story from the ABC news website about breaking the cycle of homelessness for people experiencing rough sleeping.
Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) have released a ‘Homelessness Heat Map‘ to illustrate the numbers of people rough sleeping or living in sub-standard conditions in each electorate. The information is based on data generated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and CHP is promoting this for use in lobbying MP’s through their Homelessness Election Platform […]
From 27 September 2018, the Child Information Sharing Scheme and Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme will commence for: all child protection practitioners senior Housing Officers a range of DHHS funded agencies. The two information sharing schemes extend existing information sharing permissions for prescribed organisations and workforces and all prescribed agencies are required to make the […]
The new SHS data collection platform, Validata, rolled out this month and in case you forgot/missed the initial information sent out you can read the Validata manual or do the online short course ‘How to use Validata‘.
Protecting Children With New Religious Confession Laws 7th Sep 2018 People in religious ministry will face criminal charges if they fail to report child abuse – including when disclosed during confession – under new laws to be introduced by a re-elected Andrews Labor Government. The systemic and horrific abuse of children revealed in the Royal […]