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BOOST

BOOST is an Enhanced Youth Refuge Response initiative that offers vulnerable young people and young families an integrated approach and immediate response to their situations and needs, with the aim of diverting them from the homelessness service system or preventing them from entering the system in the first place. BOOST is an integrated program which is located at Hope Street’s youth refuge in Brunswick West and is designed for young people with multiple needs who are disconnected from their community, allied support and mainstream services.

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Hope Street First Response Youth Service in Melton

The Hope Street First Response Youth Service is an innovative new model designed to respond to youth homelessness via a place-based approach in the north-western growth corridor of Melbourne. The service consists of two components – a youth refuge providing supported crisis accommodation, and a mobile outreach service available 365 days per year including after hours.

The service will soon be provided within a purpose-built youth refuge consisting of three separate buildings:

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Hope Street in Melton

The Hope Street in Melton program is based on the Youth Foyer like model of supported transitional housing for young people and young families who are provided with safe, secure and affordable accommodation for 12 months to 2 years. Young people are active participants in creating opportunities to strengthen their housing, employment, education, training and personal and social development. Support is provided within a model of eight one-bedroom units and two family units.

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Hope Street in Whittlesea

The Hope Street in Whittlesea program is based on the Foyer model of supported transitional housing for young people and young families who are provided with safe, secure and affordable accommodation for 12 months to two years. Support is provided within a model of five one-bedroom units and two family units in Thomastown, and four family units in Preston.

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Hope to Home in Melton

The Hope to Home in Melton pilot program was completed in 2018/2019 and is now in a funding transition phase while Hope Street explores sustainable government funding opportunities. The evaluation research conducted by Victoria University and launched in August 2018 noted that the Hope to Home model was highly successful in achieving its aims, is unique and scalable to other local government areas across Victoria in diverting young people (at risk of) experiencing homelessness from crisis and accommodation services within the homelessness service system.

The Hope to Home in Melton pilot program aims to reduce the number of young people at risk of homelessness by addressing the barriers contributing to homelessness in the City of Melton. This program engages the support of community stakeholders, including local businesses, to address those barriers with more open and inclusive access to existing community life resources such as housing, employment, education, and social and wellbeing programs.

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Hope to Home in Whittlesea

The Hope to Home in Whittlesea pilot program aims to reduce the number of young people at risk of homelessness by addressing the barriers contributing to homelessness in the City of Whittlesea. This program engages the support of community stakeholders, including local businesses, to address those barriers with more open and inclusive access to existing community life resources such as housing, employment, education, and social and wellbeing programs.

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