Young people have distinctive pathways into and experience of homelessness, including having limited coping strategies and resources as well as being at high risk of further trauma, according to new research from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI).
When home is not a safe place, where do you go? In this episode, we explore the complex issue of family violence and how it pushes young people into homelessness.
Victoria’s largest youth homelessness service provider, Melbourne City Mission (MCM), is pioneering a 24-hour crisis accommodation centre, with support services around the clock, to help the increasing numbers of young Victorians experiencing homelessness.
Victoria’s leading youth homelessness service provider, Melbourne City Mission (MCM), has hosted a tour with key philanthropists at the redevelopment of its highly innovative facility located at 19 King St, Melbourne.
Victorian Minister for Housing, Martin Foley, was on-site at Melbourne City Mission’s Frontyard Youth Services at 19 King Street, to mark the start of the $8 million construction project to create a world-first, fully integrated response to youth homelessness.