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Demand for government-funded specialist homelessness accommodation 2008-09 : a report from the SAAP National Data Collection. /

By: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Publisher: Canberra, A.C.T. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2010Description: PDFISBN: 1742490387; 9781742490380Subject(s): Homeless Research | Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (saap) | Homeless Statistics | Housing Policy | Statistical Analysis | Disadvantaged Groups | Accommodation | Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare (aihw) | Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (saap) | HomelessnessOnline Resources: Electronic copy
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July 2010 Cat. no. HOU 230 This report was written by staff of the SAAP National Data Collection Agency at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The Information Services and Publishing Unit of the AIHW helped in preparing the report for publication.

This report presents an overview of the expressed demand for government-funded specialist homelessness accommodation in 2008?09. It is accompanied by a summary publication Demand for government-funded specialist homelessness accommodation 2008-09: summary. Data presented in this report and its summary exclude Victorian data. In Victoria, accommodation for homeless people is also provided through the Transitional Housing Management program. As accommodation provided through transitional housing is not recorded in this report it is therefore not possible to derive turn-away rates for Victoria that are comparable with information reported in previous years, or with those reported by other states and territories. For more information on the reporting of accommodation data in Victoria in 2008?09, refer to Government-funded specialist homelessness services 2008-09 The AIHW and the Victorian Government are working to improve data recording for future reporting.

Demand for government-funded specialist homelessness.pdf

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