Homelessness Action Plans
Thinking of starting a Homelessness Action Plan? The Strategy, which the Alliance developed is intended to provide a broad framework for the process of ending homelessness and creating signposts for action. Here are some other local, regional and cohort specific examples which are being used right now.
City of Bayswater
The City of Bayswater Local Homelessness Strategy 2021 - 2025 was developed with strategic advice and support from the City's Local Homelessness Advisory Committee.
City Homeless Framework Committee - City of Perth
The City Homeless Framework Committee Action Plan includes 34 actions, short, medium and long term, across four key themes:
• The Accreditation Process
• The No Wrong Door Concept
• Aligning the Homelessness Sector
City of Joondalup & City of Wanneroo
The Cities of Wanneroo and Joondalup have developed a Regional Homelessness Plan in a combined effort to prevent and respond to homelessness.
Town of Victoria Park - Homelessness Policy Implementation Plan
After discussions with local service providers and engagement with the broader community, a new Policy 113 Homelessness – The Town’s role was adopted by Council in June 2020 and the Homelessness Policy Implementation Plan 2020-2023 was developed. The implementation plan outlines the actions the Town will be delivering over the next three years.
The Youth Homelessness Action Plan (The Plan) is specifically tailored to addressing the needs of young people experiencing homelessness, not only those in crisis but as a holistic attempt to prevent and end youth homelessness in Western Australia.
As an organisation supporting the goals of The Alliance, The Youth Affairs Council of WA (YACWA) is committed to ensuring that this Plan provides a clear blueprint for any community organisation looking to contribute to ending youth homelessness.
Youth Homelessness Action Plan
YACWA have developed this Plan in close consultation with a Homelessness Youth Advisory Council that comprises 10 young people with lived experience of homelessness, and a Co-Design Team that consists of key youth sector organisations and government agencies that work with young people experiencing homelessness.