With a focus on mental health, early intervention and more funding for medium to long term housing to fix the state’s homelessness crisis, MCM welcomes the findings of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness in Victoria that was tabled today.
A consortium of tradesmen and contractors, many of whom are providing their services for free, have been working round-the-clock throughout the pandemic to build a critical piece of infrastructure to support young people experiencing homelessness in Melbourne’s inner west.
The Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews handed down the 2020-20201 State Budget today describing it as grounded in "purpose".
Victoria will fast-track a once in a generation construction blitz of thousands of social houses giving hope to those trapped in a vicious cycle of homelessness and poverty.
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.
Melbourne City Mission welcomes the opportunity to present its submission to the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness at a public hearing on Tuesday 14 July 2020.
MCM will redevelop and relocate one of its youth refuge services to Werribee to support young people experiencing homelessness in Melbourne’s inner west.
Melbourne City Mission (MCM) has released its submission to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health system, which highlights many of the barriers clients face when accessing mental health services.
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.