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We advocate and provide leadership on homelessness issues across NSW and support effective service delivery to those who are experiencing homelessness, have experienced homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.

Homelessness NSW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the various lands on which we meet and work on. We pay our respects to First Nations peoples and elders past, present and future. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

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Sydney Women’s Homeless Alliance: National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day Event

May 5, 2021

A wonderful turn out today to the Sydney Women's Homelessness Alliance's National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day Event. We joined together at Parliament House to lay roses to remember those who have lost their lives to domestic and family violence.

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CIMS Training is back online!

April 21, 2021

We have re-developed our popular CIMS training for our new website and it is now online! Find out how to access both modules for your staff and organisation here.

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Youth Homelessness Matters Day: 21 April 2021

April 21, 2021

Today, on Youth Homelessness Matters Day, we’re urging you to take action by signing a petition to take action on youth homelessness. Find out how to get involved here.

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The Industry Partnership Sector Network Meeting (Webinar)

The next sector network meeting is coming in June! Stay tuned for more details.

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HNSW Conference 2020: ‘Hidden But Not Forgotten’

Homelessness NSW annual conference took place in Wollongong last year and hosted an array of forums, panels and discussions with sector professionals from across NSW.

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National Homelessness Conference 2020: ‘The year that changed homelessness’

This two day virtual event run by AHURI examined the impacts on our sector from the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic as well as the catastrophic climate disasters of last summer.

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Our Work

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Together Home: High Needs Packages

Homelessness NSW is administering High Needs Packages for individuals aged 18 years plus who are being supported through the Together Home program. Find out more and apply here.

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Uluru Statement from the heart

In this joint submission, The Three Peaks (Yfoundations, Homelessness NSW and Domestic Violence NSW) highlight the importance of listening to First Nations peoples in ending homelessness and gendered violence.

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Sydney Women’s Homelessness Alliance

The Sydney Women’s Homelessness Alliance (SWHA) has been established to assist cross agency sector collaboration and improve a woman’s journey through the complexities of the homelessness system.

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Floods and Homelessness statement

In this statement, Homelessness NSW calls on the NSW Government to urgently consult with services in the flood and bushfire affected areas to identify what resources can be provided to support services to address the current and ongoing issues that have been created by recent weather conditions.

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2021 NSW Economic Stimulus and Budget submission

This submission re-highlights Homelessness NSW’s key asks and suggestions on how to end homelessness - the requirement for affordable social housing, investment in at risk cohorts as well as an increase in funding to the Specialist Homelessness Sector.

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Everybody’s Home

Join this campaign for a better, fairer housing system for everyone. Every Australian needs a place to call home.

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Industry Partnership

The NSW Homelessness Industry Partnership is a joint working agreement between the three homelessness peaks, Homelessness NSW, Domestic Violence NSW and Yfoundations.

Our vision is for Specialist Homelessness Services to provide quality supports and services to people experiencing homelessness, including young people and people leaving domestic and family violence.

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Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander worker? Or would you like to access Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources?

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