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Representatives from Victoria Police, local government and Department of Health and Human Services gathered in Shepparton for the official opening of VincentCare Victoria’s Hume Community Hub on 8 May 2017.

Maggie Innes is VincentCare's Tenancy and Property Team Leader based in Melbourne's inner north. Here she details how the team responds to the impact of lack of affordable housing options for clients.

The CEOs of 36 Victorian homelessness, housing and social services organisations have released an open letter appealing for a shift in the conversation away from vilifying rough sleepers to a focus on the lack of affordable housing that underpins the crisis.

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