Aligned Housing Research Report
The Aligned Housing Research Report has been prepared for the Adelaide Zero Project as part of the work of the Aligned Housing Working Group. This Report was funded by AnglicareSA and prepared by researchers from The Australian Alliance for Social Enterprise (TAASE), University of South Australia.
The Report explores the need for aligning housing options and housing supply with individuals and wrap-around support, using the data collected through the By-Name List. The Report provides the basis for the second phase of research for the Adelaide Zero Project.
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