A New Approach to Homelessness

 

On any given night 100,000 Australians are homeless. Half are under 24 years old. 10,000 are children.

After 17 years of economic growth this is unacceptable.

To reduce homelessness we need a new approach that focuses more strongly on early intervention and prevention.

We must provide people with access to stable and affordable housing and make sure that crisis services, hospitals, schools, employers and business work better together.

Reducing homelessness is everyone’s responsibility.

The Australian Government released its Green Paper on Homelessness on
22 May 2008 to promote discussion and draw out bold ideas and strategies to reduce homelessness.

We want to know what you think.
To find out about the consultation forums, make a submission, or to get a copy
of the Green Paper or Summary Green Paper, visit
www.fahcsia.gov.au
or call 1800 774 055.

The closing date for submissions is close of business Friday 20 June 2008 

CAN YOU BELIEVE OUR GOVERNMENT WILL NOT HELP THE VICTIMS OF MORTGAGE FRAUD THAT ARE ALREADY HOMELESS OR ON THE BRINK!! ITS 2014- regulators, government ?? THIS IS S NATIONAL DISGRACE!

I HAVE A STRATEGY- ROYAL COMMISSION INTO BANKING SECTOR, JAIL THE BANKING CRIMINALS, GIVE ALL VICTIMS THEIR MONEY AND THEIR HOMES BACK AND HALVE THE BANK EXECUTIVES OBSCENE WAGES TO PAY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR AUSTRALIANS WHOM ARE HOMELESS!

Maggie M