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The confronting issue of pregnancy and homelessness was the focus at the launch of the Homelessness Week edition of the Council to Homeless Persons Parity magazine at Uniting Vic.Tas in Melbourne last week.
Uniting had the pleasure of hosting the launch of the April 2022 issue of Parity Magazine in partnership with the Council to Homeless Persons and Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Katie Hall MP (pictured above). Uniting CEO Bronwyn Pike hosted the event. The April issue of Parity Magazine, ‘Homelessness and Young …
Launch Housing in partnership with Uniting, donors and the Victorian Government is preparing to open the doors of Viv’s Place, an Australian first apartment building for at-risk women and children.

“We are really proud to be part of this initiative. Once safely housed, we can support women and children by linking then with appropriate onsite and community support services, including mental health services, parenting support and financial counselling."

Advocacy in action

Uniting Vic.Tas supports the intent of the Human Rights and Housing Legislation Amendment (Ending Homelessness) Bill 2022 tabled by the Victorian Greens to eliminate homelessness in Victoria by 2030.

“Safe and secure housing is a major factor in helping get a person’s life on track. Often, it’s only once a person secures housing, they’re able to address any issues they may have with employment, family violence, mental health, alcohol or drugs,”

family in the doorway of their social house
Uniting Vic.Tas and Uniting Housing Victoria have welcomed the social housing reforms announced by the Victorian Government.

Advocacy in action

Uniting Vic.Tas CEO, Brownyn Pike spoke at a forum on housing policy and solutions in Maroondah, alongside Federal Housing Minister Michael Sukkar and Victorian Legislative Assembly Member for Ringwood Dustin Halse.

An affordable, secure, and safe place to live should never be a luxury, it is the foundation for all people to live healthy and dignified lives as active participants in our community."

For 23 years, a dedicated team of staff and volunteers have served over 400,000 hot meals to Ballarat’s most vulnerable people at our BreezeWay service in Dana Street.

“The new BreezeWay is a sanctuary where people in need can drop in for a chat and something to eat in a caring and compassionate space,”

Hear the real story

Mike’s story.

Homelessness Week 2021

Mike has a history of homelessness and ongoing mental health issues. He has been homeless on and off for many years and has moved between boarding houses, motels and staying with family members. During the first COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, Mike’s long-term partner died of an accidental drug overdose.

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