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Press conference: Surging demand for homelessness services in WA


New analysis by Shelter WA reveals demand for homelessness services is soaring as the housing crisis impacts people right across the state.

In the first of a series of pre-budget asks, Shelter WA is calling on the State Government to boost funding for homelessness services and invest in rapid accommodation solutions to end rough sleeping.

press conference will be held with: 

  • Shelter WA CEO Kath Snell 

  • Uniting WA co-CEO Michael Chester

Wednesday 28 February, 10.30am sharp

WHERE: Marri Room, The Platform, Level 3, 256 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

Note: Other spokespeople available who are unable to attend the press conference - Goldfields Indigenous Housing Organisation CEO Merri Best, and Pilbara Community Legal Service Team Leader Housing Support Angie Mitchell.


Media contact: 

Chantal Caruso - 0447 201 377 (on-site)

Charlie Moore - 0452 606 171 

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