This report presents results of the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection for the December quarter 2011. Homelessness (and the risk of homelessness) affects a large number of Australians each year. Nationally, it is estimated that 44 people per 10,000 accessed specialist homelessness services in this quarter and, on average, over 18,500 clients were accommodated by these service on any given night in the quarter.
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Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- Accommodation and other support services
- Body section
- 1 Introduction
- 1.1 Things you should know about the data collection
- 1.2 Things you should know about this report
- 2 Data overview: highlights
- 2.1 Who was supported?
- 2.2 What services were provided?
- 2.3 How did clients’ circumstances change with support?
- 3 Data spotlights
- 3.1 Young people presenting alone
- 3.2 Older people
- 3.3 Clients who received accommodation
- 3.4 Clients at risk of homelessness
- 4 Data overview: tables
- End matter
- Appendix A
- Non-response adjustment (weighting) methodology
- Appendix B
- Data quality statement (Specialist Homelessness Services Collection—December quarter 2011)
- List of tables
- List of figures
- List of boxes
AIHW 2012. Specialist Homelessness Services Collection: December quarter 2011. Cat. no. HOU 263. Canberra: AIHW.