The Jimaylya Topsy Harry Centre (JTHC) is a transitional accommodation centre with managed alcohol consumption for homeless Indigenous clients in the regional city of Mt Isa, north-west Queensland.
This research examined the organisational capacity of Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs).
Indigenous clients who receive support through Tenant Support Programs to sustain their tenancies, are linked to external support programs to meet their non-housing needs and avoid homelessness.
This research involved qualitative interviews with 86 Indigenous people living in various forms of rental housing on their understanding of, and attitudes towards home ownership.
This report presents the findings of a study considering how homelessness is experienced by Aboriginal women in Tennant Creek and the surrounding areas, and profiling the Tennant Creek Women’s Refu
This project sought to understand how housing procurement strategies impact on outcomes for Indigenous people in remote settlements.
Recent projections made by the Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS) of Indigenous populations resident in various regions of north Australia included a set of estimates for Cape York Peninsula.
The five-yearly Census of Population and Housing is one of the most important sources of information about Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, providing a wide range of socio
This database is a catalogue of national indicators relevant to Australian national reporting on the health, housing and community services sectors.