Melbourne Street to Home program: Evaluation of the 12 month outcomes

Johnson, G and Chamberlain, C 2013, Melbourne Street to Home program: Evaluation of the 12 month outcomes, Australian Homelessness Clearinghouse, Melbourne, Australia


Document type: Commissioned Reports
Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Melbourne Street to Home program: Evaluation of the 12 month outcomes
Author(s) Johnson, G
Chamberlain, C
Year of publication 2013
Publisher Australian Homelessness Clearinghouse
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
ISBN 9780646904351
Subjects Social Policy
Abstract/Summary The Melbourne Street to Home project is funded for three years as part of the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness. The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) commissioned RMIT University to evaluate the first 12 months of the program. HomeGround Services and The Salvation Army contributed additional funding to extend the evaluation to cover 24 months. The aim of Street to Home is to support chronically homeless people into permanent housing and to assist them to address their health problems. There are two parts to this report. First, it compares the characteristics of the clients who came into the program in the first year (Cohort 1) with those who entered in the second year (Cohort 2). Second, the report examines the circumstances of people in Cohort 1 after 12 months.
Commissioning body Australian Government -Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
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