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.
Adelaide Zero Project Emergency fund trial outcomes report In 2020, The Adelaide Zero Project received $35,640 in funding from StreetSmart Australia, End Homelessness SA and Origin Energy. The funding was used to run a small-scale Emergency Fund trial, focusing on supporting people on the By-Name List to quickly access and sustain housing. The implementation, criteriaContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Emergency fund trial outcomes report”
Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report released 31 March 2021 Four years after developing a ground-breaking programme with a coalition of partners to reduce rough sleeping in Adelaide’s inner city, the Don Dunstan Foundation released an Impact Report on the Adelaide Zero Project’s achievements to this point. The Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report has highlighted thatContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report released”
This report assesses the feasibility of establishing an inner city service coordination network in Adelaide including opportunities for colocation and coordination.
Aboriginal mobility data project final report Each day Aboriginal people gather in Adelaide’s inner city Park Lands for a range of reasons. Some are experiencing homelessness, some gather to socialise or spend time with family and friends, others may gather while they are staying in Adelaide to seek support. In some cases, some have experiencedContinue reading “Aboriginal mobility data project final report”
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.
Adelaide Zero Project Implementation Plan 2.1 The Adelaide Zero Project has been a collaborative effort since its 2018 inception and the development of this Implementation Plan continues that effort. More than 40 organisations from across the public, private, community and university sectors have collectively taken up the challenge to achieve Functional Zero street homelessness inContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Implementation Plan 2.1”
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.
Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report The Adelaide Zero Project has brought together a coalition of over 40 homelessness, housing, health, government, university, corporate and community Partners, with the goal of achieving Functional Zero homelessness for people sleeping rough in Adelaide’s inner-city. A truly collective approach has been revolutionary—Partners have united with shared goals, shared measurementContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report”
Adelaide Zero Project Connections Week Results: 2019 During Connections Week 2019, 280 dedicated workers and volunteers across Adelaide engaged with 119 people sleeping rough in the Adelaide CBD. The aim was to get to know as many people sleeping rough by name, gathering new data to better understand their needs and coordinate resources quickly. ThisContinue reading “Adelaide Zero Project Connections Week Results: 2019”