Adelaide Zero Project: Implementation Plan 1.0
The Adelaide Zero Project Implementation Plan 1.0 set out the next steps in the development of the project, the timeline for key activities and, crucially, which organisations would take responsibility for delivering the various elements of the project. The development of the Adelaide Zero Project is informed by a research team made up of academics from The University of Adelaide and Flinders University.
Implementation Plan 1.0 has achieved the following (February 2018):
- The establishment of a comprehensive By-Name List, facilitated by over 200 volunteers who participated in Connections Week 2018/2019 . The By-Name List helps us understand the names and needs of everyone sleeping rough or temporarily sheltered in Adelaide’s inner city. Services continue to use the list daily, coordinating housing and support based on individual needs.
- In 2019, Adelaide was the first city outside of North America to be certified for quality data in our By-Name List.
- By March 2020, over 310 people had been housed in just under two years.
The Collective Impact approach and the dedication of over 40 partners in the AZP has been integral in delivering our achievements.
Phase 1 determined how the Functional Zero approach from the US could be implemented in Adelaide, including establishing goals, structures, and timelines.
The Adelaide Zero Project Implementation Plan 2.1 sets out the next steps in the development of the project, the timeline for key activities and, crucially, which organisations will take responsibility for delivering the various elements of the project.