Improving family violence legal and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
This report identifies priorities for reducing and preventing violence against, and improving services for, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in the Victorian and New South Wales towns of Mildura and Albury–Wodonga. It examines the capabilities of frontline family violence services, both Aboriginal-controlled and...
Today, we announced nearly $4.3 million for additional housing and homelessness support to complement the measures previously announced and provide more help for those doing it tough. Initiative: Expand the current Safe Night Space pilot, which has provided a safe overnight refuge for people sleeping...
The $36 million Together Home project will help get hundreds of people off the streets by securing them homes from the private rental market. Initiative: Housing support available for rough sleepers
More than 1,200 people who were sleeping rough in NSW have been helped into temporary accommodation through the rapid expansion of assertive outreach to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Initiative: Temporary Accommodation for rough sleepers Initiative: Increased outreach capacity Initiative: Effort to find permanent housing...
This report draws on international research, and local practice experience in Victoria, to explore the forms of accommodation that will have the most impact on achieving an absolute reduction in people on the street.
Supported Independent Living (SIL) is a category of funding and supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This report finds that urgent action must be taken to address the identified issues associated with access to and the delivery of SIL supports, and makes 45...
This report remains the most comprehensive snapshot of how the market is responding to the opportunity to expand housing supply for people with disability.
The Royal Commission is interested in the experiences of people with disability who have lived, or who are living in group homes. Living arrangements are a key issue for the Royal Commission to explore because we know that people with disability may experience violence, abuse...
The Aboriginal Hostels Limited's (AHL) Child Protection Framework demonstrates AHL’s commitment and intent to create safe environments and applies to all staff, volunteers and minors in our care in our facilities.This framework has been developed to provide a practical guide to prevent child abuse in...
This plan sets out a series of core operational and strategic priorities which Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) will continue to pursue in addressing business efficiency, financial sustainability, improved service delivery, sustainable asset management, accountability and strong corporate governance