Fact Sheets

Posted 19-01-2021
Brisbane Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH) housing factsheet

Covid-19 Recovery and homes for all.

We can prevent and respond to homelessness with an economic stimulus package that creates jobs, gives people a home and opportunity to rebuild their lives.

The Housing First approach involves connecting up housing supply and matching healthcare and community services to meet the needs of individuals, women and children, and families.

    Posted 24-12-2020
    2020 Christmas Hampers Report

    Many thanks to the donors, supporters and volunteers who made this year's slightly different Christmas Hampers Day such a success. A special thanks to South's Leagues Club for being "Hamper Central" for the day.

    683 Hampers packed delivered, and ready for Christmas Day.

    See the Hampers report below for more.

    Posted 05-08-2020
    Micah Projects Covid-19 homelessness data

    Micah Projects rapidly responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. With the assistance of the Queensland Government's Emergency Housing Assistance Response (EHAR) we housed hundreds of people experiencing homelessness in a short period of time.

    This factsheet shows the data from 1 April to 31 July, 2020 from our Street to Home Assertive Outreach Team and Home For Good Homelessness Hub.

    Posted 05-03-2020
    Caboolture Young Mothers for Young Women snapshot

    Caboolture Young Mothers for Young Women (CYMYW) assists young, pregnant and parenting women, 20 years and under, along with their children and families.

    A snapshot of outcomes from the beginning of the service in May 2018 until February 2020.

    Posted 03-03-2020
    Give all our children a great start

    Breaking the cycle of disadvantage, trauma and developmental delay.

    Many vulnerable families are living with uncertainty and emotional risk as they feel exposed to child protection interventions due to poverty, domestic and family violence, poor health, housing stress, homelessness and in many cases long-term unemployment.

    We do not want these barriers to leave children and their families behind and isolated from services, resources and opportunities in the community.

    We can break the cycle with integrated investment and commitment across Child Safety, Housing, Health, Education and Employment in a roll out of Child and Family Hubs in Queensland using a Two-Generation approach.

    Posted 02-05-2017
    Findings and Outcomes from the 500 Lives 500 Homes campaign

    The eight factsheets and Campaign Overview represent a snapshot of people surveyed in the Brisbane region during the 500 Lives 500 Homes 3 year Campaign which began with a Registry Fortnight in March/April 2014. Data was collected and analysed for demographics, vulnerability, acuity of homelessness and various self-reported health issues.

    Posted 11-08-2016
    Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

    Private session registrations are closing on 30 September 2016

    Private sessions allow survivors to share their story in person with the Royal Commission.

    Thousands of people have shared their story and many more are waiting to do so. The Royal Commission will close registrations for private sessions on 30 September 2016. If you wish to have a private session before the Royal Commission ends December 2017, you need to apply by 30 September 2016.

    Posted 01-05-2016
    Housing plus Healthcare

    Pathways Hospital Admission and Discharge Pilot Project

    A summary of the first 12 months January – December 2015

    Pathways targets vulnerable populations who are homeless or vulnerably housed with multiple and complex health and social support needs prior to discharge from hospital. For more information visit the dedicated webpage.