Introducing Parity volume 36 – The Future of Youth Foyers

Parity magazine is Australia’s leading national homelessness publication, delivered by the Council to Homeless Persons. Published ten times a year, each edition explores a specific element of homelessness from personal, local, social, and global perspectives. Read the full version: Parity Vol36-09 (November) You can browse other featured articles here or subscribe to gain full access…

Creating pathways to thriving futures for young Queenslanders experiencing homelessness

Creating pathways to thriving futures for young Queenslanders experiencing homelessness 2 February 2024 Earlier today, the Queensland Government announced their commitment to deliver eight new Youth Foyers. This announcement was welcomed by FoyerInvest’s Queensland partners who are working together to transform the lives of young Queenslanders at risk of or experiencing homelessness. This commitment could…

FoyerInvest 2024–25 Budget Submission

A national solution that is evidence-based, scalable and breaks the cycle of youth homelessness. The FoyerInvest Consortium is asking the Federal Government to fund the construction of 10 forty-unit Youth Foyers to enable young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness to transition to independent, thriving futures. Our funding request includes: 1. Investment of $184…

FoyerInvest Queensland Budget Submission 2023

An opportunity for the Queensland Government to create pathways to thriving, independent futures for young people at risk of and experiencing homelessness. We are asking the Queensland Government to invest in at least six new Youth Foyers in Queensland to enable young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness to transition to independent, thriving futures.…

2023-24 Federal Budget submission

FoyerInvest pre-budget submission: An opportunity for the Commonwealth to create pathways to thriving, independent futures for young people at risk of homelessness Over 44,000 young people aged 15-24 present alone to Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS) each year. This figure has not changed for over a decade, with too many young people getting trapped in intergenerational…

NSW Pre-Budget Submission 2023

FoyerInvest pre-budget submission: An opportunity for NSW Government to create pathways to thriving, independent futures for young people at risk of and experiencing homelessness. Nearly a quarter (22%) of all people experiencing homelessness in NSW are children and young people. 3 in 5 young people requesting Specialist Homelessness Support (SHS) support are repeat users. Too…