Entrenched disadvantage in Western Australia: Health, economic and social impacts

Entrenched disadvantage in Western Australia: Health, economic and social impacts

13 June 2019

This report provides insights into the characteristics of families facing entrenched disadvantage in Western Australia.

This report has been published by 100 Families WA.

The report looks at the health, economic and social circumstances of community service clients in Western Australia.

It presents findings from 100 Families WA, a research project on entrenched disadvantage in families. The findings indicate that the participants are experiencing significant health, economic and social impacts, as compared to the general population, which act to further impede their transition from entrenched disadvantage.

Download via the 100 Families WA website (PDF)

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