Homelessness funding injection
The City of Stirling welcomes WA Government funding of $181,484 to support people experiencing homelessness in our community.
After successfully applying for funding through the Local Government Partnership Fund for Homelessness, the City is one of two metropolitan local governments to receive a grant that will support its homelessness response.
The funding will go towards the Stirling Homelessness Support project, which aims to increase access to outreach services for people who are experiencing homelessness in the City of Stirling.
This will enable the City to comprehensively deliver its role of identify people who are homeless and referring them to appropriate professional services.
This will be achieved through a partnership between the City of Stirling and Uniting WA to deliver individualised, street-based support to people experiencing rough sleeping in our community.
Information will be also delivered through the City’s Community Hubs.
Read the City’s Homelessness Strategy or access homelessness and crisis resources.
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