In 2018, the Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (WAAEH) released a 10-year strategy to end homelessness through a community-based response.

Since 2010, a number of homelessness agencies working with the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness, have adopted a methodology used internationally, but adapted to the Australian environment, to measure the needs of those experiencing homelessness, particularly those rough sleeping, and develop a framework for reporting on ending homelessness in the regions within which they work.

This report builds on CSI UWA’s previous work by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia, presenting a comprehensive analysis of Western Australia’s Advance to Zero data from 2012 onwards (a decade of data collection in Western Australia), undertaking an analysis of Western Australia’s homelessness policy and service context, and detailing the important systems and service initiatives that are on the ground now to end homelessness in Western Australia.

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Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness dashboard

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