Peter Khalil, federal Labor MP for Wills, visits Brunswick youth refuge

Peter Khalil paid a visit to a local youth refuge run by Hope Street Youth and Family Services on Tuesday 14 May, just days out from the federal election.

Hope Street invited Peter to the refuge as part of Everybody's Home, a campaign that unites the not for profit housing, homelessness and community sectors with the nation's largest charities in calling for leaders to fix Australia's housing system so that everybody has a home.

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JOB ALERT: New career opportunities at Hope Street

Hope Street is seeking dedicated and positive team members in the following roles:

  • Youth Residential Support Worker
  • Youth Specialist Practitioner / Case Manager
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FEATURED PILOT PROGRAM: Hope to Home in Whittlesea

Many young people face obstacles when trying to secure stable accommodation due to no rental history, lack of affordable housing, and no employment to sustain rental leases.  The Hope to Home in Whittlesea pilot program will address these issues by:

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