Journey to Social Inclusion evaluation

Authored by:

Zoe Callis, Paul Flatau, Ami Seivwright

Status: Completed August 2020

Sacred Heart Mission's Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) is a rapid housing approach coupled with three years of intensive support that wraps services around each person. With a strengths-based lens, J2SI places people’s needs at the centre of service delivery. It works to end homelessness, rather than simply manage it.

There are five elements of the service model:

  • Assertive case management and service coordination
  • Housing access and sustaining tenancies
  • Trauma-informed practice
  • Building skills for inclusion
  • Fostering independence.

For more information about J2SI visit the Sacred Heart Mission website.

Researchers from the Centre for Social Impact UWA and Swinburne University of Technology have researched the impact and economic evaluations of J2SI by benchmarking outcomes for J2SI participants against a group using existing services.

Since J2SI's launch in 2009 a number of reports have been released (see links below to download these reports).

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