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Rapid Rehousing Report

The Rapid Rehousing Project was a demonstration project located in Penrith, Mt Druitt and Coffs Harbour to assist frequent users of Temporary Accommodation to secure and sustain private rental housing. Rapid rehousing refers to short-term targeted assistance to minimise the time a person spends being homeless, where appropriate accommodation can be readily sourced and rapid rehousing is a feasible option, depending on a client’s needs.

The project was established as a 12-month trial from October 2012.

The report of the Evaluation of Rapid Rehousing Project evaluates the initiatives trialled at Penrith, Mt Druitt and Coffs Harbour, and the outcomes for clients.

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Last updated: 11 Dec 2023