Homelessness Services at breaking point – the time to act is now

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MEDIA RELEASE
"There are more than 9,000 Western Australians without a place to call home on any given night, with homelessness services reporting an alarming increase in people sleeping rough, in urgent need of basic supports. This includes young people, women and children fleeing family and domestic violence and First Nations people.

WACOSS CEO Louise Giolitto said the lack of funding increases over recent years had left homelessness services across WA at breaking point, with the most vulnerable in our community paying the biggest price."

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