Report—Supporting vulnerable households to achieve their housing goals: The role of impact investment

Report—Supporting vulnerable households to achieve their housing goals: The role of impact investment

29 November 2017

This report from AHURI is part of an inquiry into social impact investment for improving housing and homelessness outcomes.

This report has been published by Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI).

It investigates actual, potential and perceived opportunities and risks of social impact investment for housing and homelessness policy in Australia. Among its key findings, the report highlights that the most vulnerable groups requiring housing include:

  • people primarily citing financial stress and/or housing crisis
  • those experiencing homelessness
  • people experiencing domestic and family violence (DV)
  • those leaving home due to family and domestic violence and housing crises
  • people with complex needs such as mental health and/or alcohol and drug issues
  • people with a disability
  • the aged who have low incomes and have insecure housing.

Download the report via the AHURI website.

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