The Council to Homeless Persons is the peak body representing organisations and individuals in Victoria with a commitment to ending homelessness. Our vision is to end homelessness in Victoria.
We work towards this by
- Campaigning for policy changes that will end homelessness
- Building the capacity of services that work with people experiencing homelessness
- Involving consumers in the process of improving the sector
- Elevating the problem of homelessness as an issue in the public domain
- Contributing to research that will improve policy
CHP envisions an end to homelessness in Victoria.
CHP works to end homelessness through leadership in policy, advocacy, capacity building and consumer participation.
Our Guiding Principles
CHP is driven by principles that give focus to its belief that homelessness is unacceptable, avoidable and within our reach to resolve.
Our Strategic Plan
Read our Strategic Plan 2016 – 2019.
If you have a problem with a Victorian homelessness or housing service, CHP’s Homelessness Advocacy Service (HAS) can provide information, advice, and advocacy to help you resolve it.
For more information about CHP, refer to our annual reports.
The Council to Homeless Persons is an Equal Opportunity employer and embraces differences in gender, gender diversity, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, ability, religion, and sexual orientation. We acknowledge the first peoples of Australia and their unique role in our history and society and encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for advertised positions. We recognise the benefit that diversity and inclusion play in helping achieve our goals and vision of ending homelessness.