Reforming the State's homelessness system
The State’s homelessness system is being reformed, with the aim of reducing homelessness. The State Government is consulting and working with the specialist homelessness sector to design a new system that will better meet the needs of South Australians experiencing, or at risk of homelessness.
Read more below:
- New service to help South Australians with housing issues 2 September 2020
- Media release 6 March 2020 (PDF, 99.7 KB)
- Message to the sector 6 March 2020 (PDF, 121.6 KB)
- Leading expert appointed to drive homelessness reform 20 September 2019
Sector briefing April 2020 - Homelessness reforms
In April 2020, the State Government (through the Office for Homelessness Sector Integration - OHSI) began consulting and working with Specialist Homelessness Services providers to design a new system that will better meet the needs of South Australian’s experiencing homelessness.
To find out more about the reforms read the below industry briefing document and watch the sector message video from Minister for Human Services, Michelle Lensink, and SA Housing Authority Chief Executive, Michael Buchan.