Monitoring, evaluation and reporting framework: Adelaide Zero Project and beyond

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South Australia’s homelessness landscape is changing. Future Directions for Homelessness, South Australia’s Homelessness Alliance (September 2020), sets the scene for the reform landscape for the sector, with more explicit directives for Specialist Homelessness Services to work in consortia and collaboratively – as alliances (Figure 1) – to meet a range of person centred and system outcomes (see Figure 3 later, a two page summary figure, later in this document).1 Five state-wide alliances are to be established during the course of 2021, as shown in the figure below. The SA Housing Authority will provide overarching backbone support for the alliances, as well as to, and through, a state-wide Alliance System Steering Group. An ‘Inner City Sub-Committee’ is also mandated as part of the tender process to ensure a focus across all alliances on the challenges of homelessness in the inner city of Adelaide, with the currently available thinking from the SA Housing Authority linking the Sub-Committee with the alliance to operate across the metropolitan south and east region (the Adelaide South Alliance, the geography of which includes the inner city), and to fulfill the role of developing strategies and pathways to overcome barriers for people sleeping rough in the inner city (with potential application beyond the inner city region).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAdelaide, South Australia
PublisherUniversity of South Australia
Commissioning bodyDon Dunstan Foundation
Number of pages42
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2020
Externally publishedYes


  • homelessness
  • person-centered
  • system outcomes
  • SA Housing Authority
  • South Australia
  • rough sleeping
  • Adelaide Zero Project


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