Category Archives: Homelessness

Effect of mental health on income and housing – chicken or egg?

Tenants Victoria has responded to the call by the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System to make a submission on the interactions between homelessness, tenancy and mental health. The Commission has asked interested parties to make their submissions by providing answers to a series of questions. Tenants Victoria has confined our submission to partial answers to three questions: What makes it hard for people to experience good mental health and what can be done

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CHP releases ‘blueprint’ for ending Victorian homelessness

Content provided by the Council to Homeless Persons.   Victoria’s homelessness peak, the Council to Homeless Persons, has released the Victorian Homelessness Election Platform, describing it as a ‘blueprint’ for ending homelessness in Victoria. CHP says that with the right measures in place, ending homelessness is achievable and is calling on local candidates to show they’re serious about ending homelessness by publicly committing to the 17 proposals in the Homelessness Election Platform. CHP produced a homelessness heat

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Tenants Victoria acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.