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Mission Australia helps people regain their independence - by standing together with Australians in need, until they can stand for themselves.
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Mission Australia 5h
Replying to @jameseroyce
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Ainsley Koch 11h
“You might go through some obstacles, but if you want it bad enough, you’ll get it” boxing champion Anthony Mundine is giving a self care speech to residents of the rehabilitation centre in Darwin
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ACOSS Feb 20
We want to support each other. It’s who we are as a nation. But our economy is leaving people behind. We must We need to of create jobs & social housing
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Mission Australia Feb 20
Triple Care Farm, Mission Australia's youth residential rehabilitation & withdrawal program had much to celebrate last week, marking 30 years of working with young people and congratulating the most recent cohort on their graduation.
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Anti-Poverty Week Feb 20
These levels of child poverty aren't inevitable. We can do something about it. Act now to increase family payments, Newstart and social housing stock.
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ACOSS Feb 20
. & comment on the stark findings of the ACOSS & Poverty in Australia Overview
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ACOSS Feb 20
It’s not right that in Australia 3 million people, including 774,000 children live in poverty as shown by our report today with . We must we need to of create jobs & social housing
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Mission Australia Feb 20
1 in 8 Aus adults, 1 in 6 kids living in poverty. : “We urgently need more social & affordable homes & an increase in Rent Assistance if Australia is to have any hope of addressing poverty & ending homelessness."
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ACOSS Feb 20
The solutions to poverty are clear, said ACOSS CEO on this morning on release of our new report with showing 3 million in poverty in Australia. We need to of , grow jobs and invest in social housing
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ACOSS Feb 20
On , says despite economic growth, the economy has left people behind to make impossible choices between food, medication and housing
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James Toomey Feb 20
. 2020 Poverty Report shows increasing housing costs played key role in poverty. Housing costs rising faster than incomes, incl for low-income learners, pushing them into rental stress & homelessness. Need more social & affordable homes, increase CRA
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ACOSS Feb 20
"We really need to ask the question the in modern, wealthy Australia are we OK with this picture?" of on this morning on release of our Poverty in Australia Overview showing 1 in 8 people & 1 in 6 children in poverty.
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Mission Australia Feb 20
The Tasmanian Parliamentary Committee on Housing Affordability have handed down their final report. We're calling for increased capital funding for social & affordable housing to address housing need in TAS.
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Everybody's Home Feb 19
A powerful call to arms for a national housing strategy led by the Federal Government! There can be no business as usual says Prof Hal Pawson via
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Mission Australia Feb 19
New research from AHURI and Mind Australia examines the relationship between mental health pathways and housing -important to consider as we look to address homelessness.
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The Project Feb 19
If you want to know what young people really care about knows all about it. Today he handed down a report that shows our young people feel pretty disempowered. We caught up with him to hear more.
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James Toomey Feb 19
This , calls for more investment in social and affordable homes and an increase in Commonwealth Rent Assistance as part of a national plan to .
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Mission Australia Feb 18
Former Local Area Coordinator and artist Ashleigh Badenoch has gone above and beyond at one of our NDIS Local Area Coordination services in Perth. She lovingly painted a mural with hidden animals and shapes to find - we know the children visiting will love it!
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The Matilda Centre Feb 18
Our intervention provides state and federal governments the opportunity to implement some of the recommendations from recent inquests, enquiries and reports. And our research supports these findings 👉
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Mind Australia Feb 18
Difficult for people to get mental health support without access to housing but there’s a lack of housing and hard to get housing without a lack of mental health support
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