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Hope Street Youth and Family Service’s response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Housing and homelessness services are deemed essential services and are therefore continuing to operate during the Coronavirus stage 2 shutdown. As a specialist youth homelessness service, Hope Street is committed to providing workforce and client safety in these unprecedented times.

Our front-line teams in the Cities of Melton, Moreland and Whittlesea continue to provide 24/7 services, support and accommodation to young people who don’t have a safe place to call home. Our mobile outreach teams, youth refuges, youth foyer-like programs (supported transitional housing units), private rental transition program and other services remain open. We are committed to being there for young people and young families who are experiencing homelessness.


Jennifer Hansen Ambassador for youth homelessness service

Jennifer Hansen, an acclaimed journalist, TV newsreader, blogger and radio announcer, has announced she has taken on an Ambassadorship with Hope Street.

Jen broke the news during National Homelessness Week to her More Music Breakfast Show listeners on smoothfm 91.5 Melbourne, saying she was shocked to learn that there are some 6000 homeless young people in her home town of Melbourne.

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