A health and social cost too high

This report represents the first analysis of the consolidated Registry Week data across Australia. The data provides the largest and richest collection of information on people experiencing homelessness in Australian capital and regional cities outside the Census and the national administrative data for homelessness services, the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection.

http://apo.org.au/system/files/140376/apo-nid140376-702456.pdf

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