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Sacred Heart Mission's response to Federal Budget 2019-20

Sacred Heart Mission has expressed its disappointment that the Federal Budget 2019-20 continues to ignore Australians experiencing chronic disadvantage and homelessness.

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Homelessness has reached crisis point in Australia. We need as many voices as possible so all sides of Federal Government know this is an issue we cannot afford to ignore.

Ending chronic homelessness by making the proven Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) program available to homelessness services organisations nationally via an Evaluation Learning Centre (ELC).

Our vision is to end chronic homelessness by making our Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI) program available to homelessness services organisations nationally, via the J2SI Evaluation Learning Centre (J2SI ELC).

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Right now, the rate of homelessness is the highest it has ever been. Almost 25,000 Victorians are without a home, including 726 people in the seat of Albert Park and 417 people in the seat of Prahran.

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Sacred Heart Mission echoes the concerns of Homelessness Australia (HA) in response to the Federal Budget 2018-19 released last night.

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Sacred Heart Mission welcomes new funding announced in today’s State Budget for a range of services addressing the needs of the community’s most vulnerable people.

View of Sacred Heart Mission church

The Mission learnt last week of the peaceful passing of Fr Ernie Smith at Templestowe Manor, following a long period of ill health.

Our home page on a Mac computer

We're excited to share our new website with you. Here are some of the changes you might notice.

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Sacred Heart Mission respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate our services. We pay our respects to the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal peoples, and to Elders past, present and future.
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