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The Salvation Army’s Economic and Social Impact Survey 2016 surveyed more than 1600 clients across Australia.
It found that a massive 68% of clients living in private rental properties or paying off a mortgage experience extreme housing stress - using nearly two thirds of...
Single, older women in Australia have emerged as a group vulnerable to housing insecurity and as being in danger of homelessness in their old age. Wage inequality and interrupted working lives due to childcare responsibilities are contributing factors and have meant that women, especially single...
This report brings together a national data snapshot of Salvation Army homelessness services and the people assisted on a daily basis.
New Roy Morgan Research being released by The Salvation Army shows 9.5 million Australians feel that taking action to reduce poverty should be a “very high priority” as The Salvation Army releases a new report on poverty.
The report - “Perceptions of Poverty” -...
The results from the study reveal a bleak picture of entrenched and persistent poverty and disadvantage for a significant proportion of people who access Salvation Army ER and support services.