What are the health, social and economic benefits of providing public housing and support to formerly homeless people?

Authored by:

Paul Flatau, Lisa Wood

Status: Completed July 2016

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Our study examines five NPAH programs in Western Australia which support homeless people to access and sustain public housing allocations. In the standard case, without programs such as these, homeless people and those at risk of homelessness receive crisis accommodation and other forms of support and may be assisted to get onto public waiting lists, but they are not provided with direct support in accessing guaranteed public housing and support to sustain those tenancies.

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