Keeping Women and Children Housed: Women’s Homelessness Prevention Project

Justice Connect Homeless Law has recently released the report Keeping Women and Children Housed: Two Years, Ten Client Stories and Ten Calls for Change. The report is based on the work of Justice Connect’s Women’s Homelessness Prevention Project (WHPP), which has supported 102 women with 157 children who were either experiencing homelessness or on the brink of it.  Informed by what has been learnt from the WHPP, thsi report has identified 10 systemic changes that will reduce the risk of homelessness for Victorian women and children.

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