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Australia’s largest homelessness centre offers new approach

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Victorians experiencing homelessness will have access to accommodation, health services, a tech hub, a gym and financial counselling with the opening of a $47 million support centre.

VincentCare’s revamped Ozanam House is Australia’s largest accommodation centre for rough sleepers, offering 134 rooms and apartments specially designed to support people’s recovery from homelessness.

Quinn Pawson, the CEO of VincentCare, said the opening of the 10-storey centre last Friday would transform the response to homelessness in Australia.

“This new approach will allow us to assist more people than ever before,” Pawson said.

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Source:
Luke Michael, 2019, Probono Australia (https://probonoaustralia.com.au/)

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