Thinking with Data to Drive Action on Rough Sleeping for People Living with Mental Illness

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Authors: Priscilla Ennals

Year: 2020

Event: 2020 Summer Forum

Subject: homelessness, housing,

Type of resource: Summer Forum Presentations & Papers

Abstract: The Adelaide Zero Project has been collecting data to understand the vulnerability and needs of people sleeping rough in inner city Adelaide since May 2018. The data is collected to foster coordinated responses to service delivery and monitor progress towards ending rough sleeping. It also provides insights into the intersection of mental illness and rough sleeping. Insights from this data, along with questions that are raised but can’t be answered by the data will be shared. Qualitative and quantitative data from Neami programs that are supporting people into homes will flesh out our current thinking about the issues and responses that are more effective.

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