On our blog we talk about the issues, news, stories and thoughts that relate to Sacred Heart Mission's work to tackle homelessness and disadvantage in Australia.

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Joal is one of the first Peer Support Workers in Australia. She works with people to settle into a new home and community.

Tessa Douglas shines a light on Wear it Purple Day and an LGBTIQA+ inclusive and diverse community

Case Manager Tessa shines a light on something that sits at the core of our work: an LGBTIQA+ inclusive and diverse community.

One of our Meals Program team members meals for our clients during the coronavirus

We are celebrating the beautiful outpouring of generosity, to help us keep our doors open.

How our Journey to Social Inclusion program changes lives

Our J2SI program has had a lifechanging impact on people who’ve experienced chronic homelessness and now found long-term housing, a new study reveals.

Sacred Heart Mission’s innovative housing and support model could solve homelessness in Australia

Sacred Heart Mission has released further research proving its innovative ‘housing-first’ model could be the golden opportunity to eradicate homelessness.

Celeste Brittain explains how GreenLight supports people make a house a home

Everybody needs a home. But what is a home and how does Sacred Heart Mission assist people to transition from house to home? Find out more from Supportive Housing Worker Celeste Brittain. 

Women’s House Case Manager Julie Quirk

Work looks a little different for the Women’s House Case Manager Julie Quirk during the coronavirus pandemic, but she remains as committed to her clients as ever.

Volunteer nutritionist Karen provides cooking tips to our clients

Our volunteers have shown tremendous spirit and continue to put up their hand to offer to help us during the pandemic.

Sacred Heart Mission acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Victoria and pays respects to them, their culture and their elders past, present and emerging.


Sacred Heart Mission has always aimed to be a place that embraces a sexuality and gender diverse community; everyone is welcome at our table and we believe a diverse community is good for everyone.
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