Homelessness is solvable. Let’s end rough sleeping in Brisbane.

Brisbane Zero Campaign

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Photography: Katie Bennett

How we’ll end street homelessness

Achieve a quality By-Name List

By knowing who is on the streets, people stop being “the homeless” and start becoming people we know.

Line up affordable housing

Advocate for a greater investment in permanent and supportive housing for those who need it, giving people dignity and a home.

Provide ongoing support

Be there every day for those who need assistance, and provide the services that people need in order to stay housed.

Connect people to the community

Work collaboratively with health-care services and agencies to ensure homelessness is rare, brief and non-recurring.

Track our progress

9 28 304 11 13 34 INFLOW OUTFLOW Mar 2021 Mar 2021 Returned from housing Newly identified Re-engaged from inactive Permanently housed Moved to inactive Number of people who slept rough __ in the last three months
28 9 304 11 13 34 Number of people who slept rough in the last three months INFLOW Mar 2021 Returned from housing Moved to inactive Permanently housed Newly identified Re-engaged from inactive OUTFLOW Mar 2021
304 11 13 34 9 28 Number of people who slept rough in the last three months Returned from housing Permanently housed Moved to inactive Newly identified Re-engaged from inactive INFLOW Mar 2021 Mar 2021 OUTFLOW
Look deeper!

How sleeping rough isn’t always on the street

Mandy

Mandy was living at a north-side caravan park and was experiencing significant conflict and felt unsafe there. The team began the process of finding her alternative accommodation.

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Street services

There are a range of services available for people who require assistance to access food, shower or laundry services, or health and housing supports.