Case Studies of Non-Government Organisation Collaborations in Queensland
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The case studies on this website include the Brisbane Homelessness Service Centre, a one stop shop
in South Brisbane which houses five partner agencies in a former warehouse, leased by the
Department of Housing. This centre is a good example of a co-location model of service provision.

Development of a Consortium Service Model - a Snapshot of the Gold Coast Experience. QCOSS Conference Presentation, 2007
http://www.communitydoor.org.au/sites/default/files/2281__Homlessness%20Hubs%20Handout_0.pdf  Outlines the process and challenges in developing a consortium to create a service hub for the Gold Coast to address homelessness.

Earles, W., Doyle, J., Ross, A., Malthouse, D., & Selke, H. (2005). Stories from a Third Sector Co-Governance/Multiple Co-Location Trial: The Regional Outreach Support Program. Third Sector Review, 11 (2), 117-135.
This paper outlines the Regional Outreach Support Program in north Queensland which involved the trial of a co-governance/multiple co-location model for a long term support service for families experiencing domestic violence and child safety issues.

Fine, M., Pancharatnam, K. & Thomson, C. (2005).Coordinated and Integrated Human Service Delivery Models. SPRC Report 1/05. Social Policy Research Centre, The University of New South Wales: Sydney.
http://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/publications/reports/
This report includes several examples of various models of service integration in the human service delivery field, including: the service hub concept, multi-purpose service centres and one-stop shops.

 

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