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May 31, 2018

Residents kicking goals with Reclink

Many Foundation Housing residents enjoy playing sport but  can face barriers such as the cost of sporting equipment and joining fees or connections to sporting clubs. It’s unfortunate, as playing in a team and the social aspects that come with it can be very beneficial to their overall wellbeing.  However a new initiative with Reclink […]

Residents kicking goals with Reclink

March 8, 2018

Foundation Housing grows in Hedland

The Town of Port Hedland have appointed Foundation Housing as the new facility manager of the 25 unit retirement village owned and operated by the local government body. Port Hedland Mayor Camilo Blanco said “Tapping into the expertise of Foundation Housing will allow the Town to develop a long-term plan for the future of the […]

Foundation Housing grows in Hedland

March 8, 2018

Helping people in custody unlock their future

Foundation Housing recently took part in an expo for prisoners at Wooroloo Prison Farm called ‘Unlock your Future’.   Our allocations staff joined a number of other organisations at the event to provide those in custody there with information on accessing support,  accommodation, training and employment in order to help them re-establish themselves in the community […]

Helping people in custody unlock their future

March 8, 2018

Connecting through Chaplaincy

A weekly Chaplaincy service at Foundation Housing’s largest lodging house on Hampton Road in Fremantle provides an important avenue of connection for residents who may be feeling isolated or questioning their purpose in life.  Michael Jessup, a Deacon with the nearby St Paul’s Anglican Church has been volunteering his time each week for around two […]

Connecting through Chaplaincy

March 8, 2018

Providing a safe and stable place to live on the journey to recovery

Support agencies working with clients who need affordable, stable accommodation are welcome to refer them to Foundation Housing Lodging.  Lodging provides single people on a low income with a furnished room and access to shared facilities including a bathroom and kitchen. A combined rent and utility charge is paid fortnightly, making it an affordable and […]

Providing a safe and stable place to live on the journey to recovery

March 8, 2018

#endhomelessnesswa launches on 13 April in CBD

Presented by the UWA Conservatorium of Music, WA Alliance to End Homelessness, Centre for Social Impact UWA, and City of Perth 6pm, Friday 13 April 2018 Starting at the West end of Hay St Mall & ending at Forrest Place in the Perth CBD Foundation Housing is proud to be part of the WA Alliance […]

#endhomelessnesswa launches on 13 April in CBD

November 29, 2017

Supporting tenants’ rights

Foundation Housing was pleased to be a sponsor of Tenants’ Day at this year’s WA Tenancy Conference. As part of our sponsorship we were able to send a small group of our tenants went along to Day 1 of the conference where they learnt about tenant rights, best practices in tenant advocacy and also wellbeing […]

Supporting tenants’ rights

October 31, 2017

Clemente the catalyst for change

Many Foundation Housing tenants come from backgrounds that have featured significant barriers to them accessing tertiary education, despite their ability and intelligence.  Barriers such as lack of support and role models, insufficient resources, housing transience and even gender, prevent many people from completing high school, let alone university. Life gets in the way and the […]

Clemente the catalyst for change

October 31, 2017

Brightwater collaboration shows potential

Foundation Housing and the Brightwater Group are exploring collaboration opportunities to increase housing pathways for Brightwater clients who have an acquired neurological disability. There is currently a shortage of semi-independent, but still supported accommodation for individuals with this kind of disability. A short list of potential properties has been identified and it’s hoped a symbiotic […]

Brightwater collaboration shows potential

October 25, 2017

Ending homelessness; one life at a time

The very idea of James* maintaining a stable life in long-term accommodation seemed near impossible just six months ago – especially to James himself. The insulin-dependent man in his mid-40s had been living rough on Perth’s streets for several years, frequently presenting at hospital for his medication. He didn’t have the skills or confidence to […]

Ending homelessness; one life at a time

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