This report presents the findings of both a deep dive into experiential data within the Adelaide Zero Project, and reflections on such evidence and learnings from the Adelaide Zero Project to date to advance thinking around orienting service delivery to a Housing First approach for people experiencing chronic or rough sleeping homelessness.
This report assesses the feasibility of establishing an inner city service coordination network in Adelaide including opportunities for colocation and coordination.
Homelessness Week 2020 Series 3 – 7 August 2020 With housing issues at the forefront of people’s minds and unemployment levels rising, 2020’s Homelessness Week is as important as ever. In the midst of this global pandemic, we facilitated a series of dynamic online articles, events and videos to ensure this important week was highlighted.Continue reading “Homelessness Week 2020 Series”
Adelaide Zero Project Community Briefing: Making Progress during COVID-19 4 August 2020 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm DUNSTAN DIALOGUE: USING DATA AND COLLABORATION TO DRIVE POSITIVE SOLUTIONS The Adelaide Zero Project is a nation-leading initiative that aims to end street homelessness in Adelaide’s inner city. The Adelaide Zero Project’s collaborative approach played a critical roleContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Community Briefing: Making Progress during COVID-19”
Working together to prevent homelessness: Developing the Health, Housing and Homelessness Papers 4 August 2020 Housing and health outcomes are intrinsically linked, and addressing these issues collectively is pivotal to preventing homelessness. Through a Public Health Partner Authority Agreement, the Don Dunstan Foundation and Wellbeing SA, along with SA Housing Authority and The Australian AllianceContinue reading “Working together to prevent homelessness: Developing the Health, Housing and Homelessness Papers”
The report articulates some of the ways forward for the homelessness sector and interfacing systems to end street homelessness in Adelaide’s inner city area. It offers a framework (a ‘recipe book’) for more regular data analytics for the AZP.
The Funding Network: Live Crowdfunding Event for Homelessness 14 November 2019 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm U City. Level 1, 43 Franklin St, Adelaide We are excited to announce that The Funding Network is partnering with the Don Dunstan Foundation to host their first ever Adelaide event, taking place on Thursday 14 November 2019! TFN’sContinue reading “The Funding Network: Live Crowdfunding Event for Homelessness”
Health and Homelessness from a Creative Perspective 8 August 2019 6:00pm – 7:30pm Sparkke at the Whitmore The Creative Revolutionaries team brings us 2 special presentations by Amanda Stafford, Clinical Lead at Royal Perth Hospital Homeless Team and Michelle Cripps, Director of Centre for Creative Health, Royal Adelaide Hospital about health and homelessness from aContinue reading “Health and Homelessness from a Creative Perspective”
The 2019 Homelessness Conference was a sell out success, exploring and evaluating practical and future homelessness policy at local, national and international levels.
Connections Week 2019 Community Briefing 23 May 2019 5.30pm – 6.30pm Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building, Lecture Theatre G030, Ground Floor, North Terrace Adelaide (near the Royal Adelaide Hospital) The Community Briefing 2019 provided an overview of results found during this year’s Connections Week. Connections Week was held 20-24 May 2019. During Connections Week,Continue reading “Connections Week 2019 Community Briefing”