Very exciting to see the progress at the Ascot Vale development.
...and lovely to see the builders were able to retain the original lead light!
According to new data from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing the rate of homelessness in Australia has increased 4.6% over the last five years and younger and older Australians emerged as groups experiencing increased homelessness in Australia.
The latest estimates reveal more than 116,000 people were experiencing homelessness in Australia on Census night and 8,200 people were ‘sleeping rough’ in improvised dwellings, tents or sleeping out.
Even before hearing these alarming statistics Women’s Housing Ltd were working hard everyday to provide more affordable housing to women at risk of homelessness.
For more information please click on the Homelessness in Australia factsheet prepared by the Council to Homeless Persons.
The social innovation team at Per Capita has commenced work on Co-Care, a co-design research project focusing on the thorny issue of housing and care options for older women without financial assets.
Interested in being interviewed for the project by one of Per Capita’s fantastic peer researchers?We are looking for women in Victoria aged 50+ to discuss independent, safe, and secure housing and care options. Please contact Edith at 03 9650 0494 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Tuesday 31 July 2018 Women's Housing Ltd assisted Eastern Homelessness Network in their Walk to End Homelessness.
Lots of sunshine, smiles and cake to raise awareness for a very serious issue!
Women’s Housing Ltd are excited to announce the Housing Registrar has approved our application to become a Housing Association.
“Becoming a Housing Association presents a wonderful opportunity for Women’s Housing Ltd and our clients. As a Housing Association, Women’s Housing Ltd will have the capacity and resources to be able to provide more specialist housing for women and children. For women in need, it’s about providing housing security and also a pathway out of disadvantage.” Judy Line, CEO Women’s Housing Ltd
“It’s a huge achievement for Women’s Housing Ltd and it’s great to have a specialist women’s housing provider within the pool of Housing Associations.” Haleh Homaei, Chair, CHIA Vic
ADRA have generously donated welcome packs full of essential items for our tenants.
What started out as a full van soon got emptied. Rebecca Aurient from ADRA assisted Jacqui to deliver the packs to our THM tenants.
Thank you ADRA for your continued and ongoing support!