List of all publications related to Homelessness
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Data dashboards instructions
The Pathways to Homelessness report is accompanied by interactive dashboards. These dashboards provide the opportunity to explore the dataset in more depth.
Pathways to Homelessness final report, December 2021
The Pathways to Homelessness report analyses a major linked dataset to identify the key risk factors, service use, and costs across government for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Post-Temporary Accommodation Housing Assistance report
DCJ Housing Statewide Services commissioned ARTD Consultants to undertake a small research project to gather evidence about housing assistance for Temporary Accommodation recipients after the end of their Temporary Accommodation period.
Overcrowding and Severe Overcrowding Report
The Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) commissioned research by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Overcrowding and Severe Overcrowding Report: Policy Evidence Summary
Policy evidence summary report: Based on AHURI Professional Services report
SHS Outcomes Framework Guide
The Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) is recommissioning specialist homelessness services with the aim of achieving a stronger focus on client outcomes and improving service quality.
Evaluation of Homeless Youth Assistance Programs
In 2017, DCJ engaged the Centre for Evidence and Implementation (CEI) and its partners, the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and the University of Melbourne (now Monash University, Department of Social Work), to undertake an implementation, [...]
Cox Inall Ridgeway full report 2020
Consultation report and strategic advice for improving the provision of specialist homelessness services for Aboriginal people in NSW
Cox Inall Ridgeway summary overview 2020
Overview Report: Community engagement report back and strategic advice for improving the provision of specialist homelessness services for Aboriginal people in NSW
ASES Policy Framework for SHS providers
ASES Policy Framework: Implementing a new quality framework for specialist homelessness services in NSW