Media Comment

Posted 30-05-2013
NPA Agreement Critical to our Vision

Micah Projects, a not for profit organisation working with hundreds of people in Brisbane who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, welcomes the signing of the National Homelessness Partnership Agreement between the Australian Government and the Queensland Government.

Posted 01-05-2013
Micah Projects and Partners win National Homelessness Award

Micah Projects and Partners Mater Health Services, St Vincent’s Brisbane, Greater Metro South Brisbane Medicare Local and Metro North Medicare Local, were today awarded a National Homelessness Services Achievement Award for Excellence or Innovation in Partnerships, in recognition of their tireless work to prevent and tackle homelessness.

Posted 30-04-2013
Invitation: National Candle Lighting Ceremony

To help us promote Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month, you’re invited to attend a candle-lighting ceremony on Wednesday evening to remember people killed as a result of domestic and family violence.

Posted 01-04-2013
Leadership makes a difference to solving homelessness in Queensland

Micah Projects congratulates the Newman Government in the leadership Ministers Mander and Davis have shown in making a commitment to recurrent funding for homelessness, and taking the lead at Thursday’s Select Council on Homelessness and Housing in Melbourne.

Posted 18-03-2013
Closing the Gap in West End

Local community organisation Micah Projects, with the Brisbane Homelessness Service Centre (BHSC), is inviting anyone concerned about Indigenous disadvantage to take part in Australia’s largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health campaign.

Posted 14-02-2013
Mixed News on Homelessness

The Queensland Audit Office report on 'Implementing the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness in Queensland,' presented to Queensland Parliament, makes it clear that the number of people experiencing homelessness in Queensland is increasing.

Posted 07-02-2013
Milestones coming thick and fast – now 211 people housed

The 50 Lives 50 Homes Campaign, launched in June 2010 as a collaboration between Micah Projects and a number of Government Departments and Community Agencies, reached a new milestone this week with the announcement that 211 people previously experiencing homelessness had now been successfully housed since the campaign started.