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Homeless to Home Service saves Queensland millions

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An innovative homelessness program in Queensland has shown multi-million dollar savings to the State’s public health system. By spending $503,000 a year to address the health and housing needs of Brisbane’s homeless people, the initiative has saved the Queensland Public Health System almost $7 million.

The Brisbane-based Homeless to Home Healthcare After Hours Service run by Micah Projects in conjunction with local medical services, integrates nurses with homeless outreach teams to provide health-care to homeless and vulnerably housed individuals and families.

A new fund has been launched to help finance innovative housing projects for people with a disability

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Foresters Community Finance

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