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Unique Alcohol and Other Drugs Counselling Service available free

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A unique counselling service is available to disadvantaged members of the community who have both alcohol and other drug issues and mental health concerns. Normally, specialist counselling like this is only be available free of charge to people in rehabilitation. The Haymarket Foundation’s AOD Counselling Service has another point of difference: the psychologist has the discretion to work with the…

Haymarket Foundation’s response to COVID-19

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The health and safety of our clients, staff and the community is our number one priority. We are taking extra precautions during the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. The Haymarket Foundation is making changes to all of our services to try to help slow the spread of virus. While all our services remain open, there are changes to individual and…

New research into gender responsive strategies for women experiencing long-term and recurrent homelessness

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The Haymarket Foundation is proud to have partnered with Jane Bullen and the Mercy Foundation to develop a new research report titled Didn’t feel heard, didn’t think I had a voice, didn’t feel safe: gender responsive strategies for women experiencing long-term and recurrent homelessness. This is the second stage Jane Bullen’s research project which aims to identify and assess gender-responsive…

Join us at the Honeybee’s Winter Soulstice Concert

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On Sunday the 23rd of June at 3:00pm, the Honeybees Gospel Choir will be holding a winter Soulstice Concert at the St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Rose Bay to raise funds for the Haymarket Foundation’s work in the community. The Honeybees Choir is a non-profit community choir established primarily for the purpose of promoting and encouraging a cappella singing,…

Read our 2018 Annual Report

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We are pleased to announce that our 2018 Annual Report is now available to read online.  Our Annual Report is a fantastic way to find our more about our programs, and the outcomes that we were able to achieve for Sydney’s homeless and disadvantaged population.

Filthy Rich and Homeless highlights personal impact of housing crisis

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The Haymarket Foundation is one of a number of NSW Homelessness Services who have welcomed the second series of Filthy Rich and Homeless and its personal insights into the increasing levels of homelessness in Sydney.  In a joint release, Haymarket Foundation CEO Peter Valpiani joined Homelessness NSW and a number of other agencies featured in Series 2 in calling for more…

Join us for a night of comedy

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On Friday the 10th of August, the crew of Logie-less TV show Tonightly will put on a big fat night of comedy for Homelessness Prevention Week.

It’s time for services to adapt to the person

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Grace Ivy Rullis, manager of homelessness services at The Haymarket Foundation, spoke with authority during the access and equity panel.

Haymarket Foundation awarded re-accreditation to EQuIP6

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The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS), Australia’s leading independent authority on health care, has recognised the high quality care given to clients of the Haymarket Foundation.

Everybody deserves a place to call home

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Everyone needs a place to call home. Somewhere they can feel safe, where they can build a life, a place where they can make memories. But right now, not everyone has this.