Ending chronic homelessness in Melbourne: outcomes of the Journey to Social Inclusion Phase 2 study - snapshot
Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) Phase 2 successfully supported people to exit homelessness through rapid access to housing and supporting people to settle into and sustain their housing. This snapshot report highlights some of the key findings.
Chronic homelessness in Melbourne: third-year outcomes of Journey to Social Inclusion Phase 2 study participants
This report presents the outcomes achieved by participants in the Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) Phase 2 research study over the 2016-2019 time period.
This is the third report from the independent evaluation of '50 Lives 50 Homes' being undertaken by the University of Western Australia. This report provides an in-depth examination of housing outcomes and tenancy retention, and reports on changes in hospital use and justice system contacts...
A qualitative study of Sacred Heart Mission’s Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) Phase 2 Program: experiences and perspectives of J2SI study participants
This report presents the experiences of individuals involved in the qualitative component of a randomised controlled trial to evaluate the Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) Phase 2 program.
This guide is for everyone working towards the creation of positive social impact in Australia and who wants to know whether and how they might work with others to make a difference.
This research aims to contribute towards building an evidence base about community-based reintegration programs in order to inform the development and operation of community-based reintegration programs for sexual offenders, and thus to enhance community safety.
The findings of this report, in combination with an extensive body of literature, illustrate that addressing reoffending and reimprisonment requires a coordinated whole-of-government approach across justice, community and welfare services, housing and health.
Throughcare needs of Indigenous people leaving prison in Western Australia and the Northern Territory
The aim of this research was to identify the needs of Indigenous men and women after release from prison, so that effective community-based throughcare strategies can be developed.
This FACSIAR Evidence to Action Note identifies the best ways to support social housing tenants gain and maintain employment.
This framework clarifies the skills, knowledge and competencies required by practitioners providing high-quality Specialist Homelessness Sector (SHS) services. It provides the capabilities required for work in the SHS, for today and into the future.