Brisbane city during 50 Lives 50 Homes registry week in June 2010. Photography: Patrick Hamilton.

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Posted 25-08-2021
SUMMARY: Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Housing System for All Housing — a platform for embedded Healthcare, Cultural, Community and Family Services

A short version of the 'Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Housing System for All Housing' Discussion Paper.

Document Co-ordinated by Karyn Walsh for the Brisbane Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH).

For more information, see brisbanezero.org.au

Posted 25-08-2021
Towards an Equitable and Inclusive Housing System for All Housing — a platform for embedded Healthcare, Cultural, Community and Family Services

Document Co-ordinated by Karyn Walsh for the Brisbane Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH).

This paper brings together our journey and thinking about how we continue the progress made to end homelessness in Brisbane.
It reflects conversations, practice wisdom, feedback from people with lived experience, policy makers, practitioner’s experiences and ideas. And is informed by international, national, and local evidence—based practice, including emerging practices, to the ever changing economic and social circumstances of a city such as Brisbane.

This is a place-based reflection and experience. We have worked with Community Solutions USA and a national community of practice through the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness in developing the Brisbane Zero Project.

For more information, see brisbanezero.org.au

Posted 25-08-2021
The Value of Ending Veteran and Chronic Homelessness in Four Communities

This study lays a foundation for communities to look beyond the costs and benefits of ending homelessness for an individual person to quantifying the community-level costs and benefits, both monetary and nonmonetary, of ending homelessness for either one or more target populations or the overall population experiencing homelessness.

Posted 04-05-2021
VI-SPDAT for Youth (Reference Only)

This reference-only tool for young people, based on participants' disclosed information, assists in prioritising the most vulnerable and to rapidly resolve crisis and is further used to provide appropriate housing, healthcare and community services to individuals and families according to their current circumstances.

Posted 04-05-2021
View the VI-SPDAT for Families (Reference Only)

This reference-only tool for families, based on participants' disclosed information, assists in prioritising the most vulnerable and to rapidly resolve crisis and is further used to provide appropriate housing, healthcare and community services to individuals and families according to their current circumstances.

Posted 04-05-2021
View the VI-SPDAT for Individuals (Reference Only)

This reference-only tool for individuals, based on participants' disclosed information, assists in prioritising the most vulnerable and to rapidly resolve crisis and is further used to provide appropriate housing, healthcare and community services to individuals and families according to their current circumstances.

Posted 04-05-2021
Adelaide Zero Project - Aboriginal Mobility Data Project Report

The Adelaide Zero Project (AZP), a collective impact initiative seeking to end rough sleeping homelessness in the inner city, has identified a lack of culturally appropriate responses for Aboriginal visitors sleeping rough in the Adelaide Park Lands.

Posted 04-05-2021
Research Report - Community Views on Homelessness

This report, commissioned by WA Alliance to End Homelessness and released in January 2021, expresses the findings of research into how the WA community views homelessness.

Posted 27-04-2021
Women's Word on the Street

Research on the impact of rough sleeping in Australia as well as elsewhere predominantly focuses on the experiences of men. While men represent the majority of the rough sleeping population the lack of focus on women sleeping rough leaves a significant gap in our knowledge of the experiences of rough sleeping women in Australia.

Posted 07-04-2021
Adelaide Zero Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Framework

The Adelaide Zero Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Framework is the structure guiding routine and ongoing checking of progress (monitoring), periodic assessment of results (evaluation) and the reporting of such for the Adelaide Zero Project and
beyond. We have included ‘the beyond’ as part of the document to reflect the fact that what is contained in this document has broader application.