The April 2014 “Case Management and Homelessness” edition of Parity



Jenny Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Council to Homeless Persons

Update from Homelessness Australia

Glenda Stevens, CEO Homelessness Australia

New Migrants and Specialist Homelessness Services

Jennifer Clarke, Policy Officer, Homelessness Australia

Feature: Case Management and Homelessness

Chapter 1: Case Management, Background and Context

Case Management: A Snapshot Literature Review

Chris Black, Black Ink Writing and Consulting (with contributions by Paul Zanatta, Executive Manager, Social Policy and Research, VincentCare Victoria)

Case Management as a Key Response to Homelessness in Australia

Ian Gough, Manger, Consumer Programs, Council to Homeless Persons

Chapter 2: Case Management in Action

Case Management Centralian Style

Leigh Woolcock, Senior Program Manager, Anglicare Housing and Homelessness Services, Alice Springs

Coaching Inspiration Back into Case Management: Key Learning from the Detour Innovation Action Project

By Paul Turton, Manager of the Detour Program, Melbourne City Mission

Case Managed Housing First: Successful in Addressing Long-term Homelessness?

Jane Bullen and Eileen Baldry, University of New South Wales

VincentCare Case Management Framework

Lisa Sammut, Senior Practitioner Accommodation and Support Services VincentCare Victoria

Uniting Care West — Family Foundations: Connecting Families to Hope

David Cain, Executive Manager, Community Living and Anne Maroni, Manager Homelessness Services, UnitingCare West

Dear Case Manager: A Tale of the Elderly Homeless

By Julia Mazur, Communications Manager, Wintringham

SHASP Case Management: An Early Intervention and Prevention Model

Mim Dineen, Tenant Advocacy and Support Coordinator, Advocacy and Rights Centre (on behalf of the SHASP Manager’s Network)

Safe Futures Foundation: A Safe in the Community Response

Jeanine Jones, Projects Coordinator, Safe in the Community Program, Safe Futures Foundation

Case Management and Homelessness: The Long and Winding Road…

Carolyn Amos, Case Manager, Catholic Community Services, Transitional and Community Aged Care Packages

Consumer Voices — Case Management and Beyond

Consumer Voices is a regular feature in Parity. Articles are written by and with consumers to ensure they have a say about the issues that directly affect them.

Case Management and Homelessness:

‘A house is not the only cure for homelessness’

By Don McCrae, Salvation Army Supported Housing and Reintegration of Ex-Offenders Team Leader, The Salvation Army Tasmania

J2SI Case Management Achieving Positive Outcomes for Clients Experiencing Homelessness

Sue Durham, Sacred Heart Mission

Tasmanian Case Management: Homelessness and Consumer Participation

Jed Donoghue, Stream Manager, Housing and Homeless Services, The Salvation Army, Australia Southern Territory and Michael Parkinson, former Manager Salvation Army Supported Housing, Tasmania

Case Management Responding to Complexity

Kate McGuigan, Team Leader of Macarthur Community Options

Responding to Hoarding and Squalor and its Relationship to Homelessness

Margaret Pistevos, Operations Manager Catholic Community Services

Doorway: A Housing and Recovery Worker’s Perspective on Supporting People with a Mental Illness Who Have Experienced Homelessness

By Rosie Frankish, Doorway Housing and Recovery Worker, Austin Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria

Chapter 3: Opinions

Margaret Pistevos

Operations Manager, Catholic Community Services NSW/ACT

John Blewonski

Chief Executive Officer, VincentCare Victoria

Gwen Moore

General Manager of Services for Uniting Community and the Chair of the Eastern and Statewide Housing and Homelessness Roundtable in South Australia

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