World-first research about to get underway


The Haymarket Foundation is involved in world-first research into homelessness. The research has recently been given ethics approval by Macquarie University. It is part of a grant awarded by the City of Sydney to the Haymarket Foundation. The work focuses on neuropsychological assessments for people experiencing homelessness who have suspected cognitive impairments. It offers people who have experienced prolonged and repeated…

Supporting former rough sleepers to maintain tenancies and improve health and wellbeing


Neami National and the Haymarket Foundation are pleased to work in partnership to deliver the Sustaining Tenancy in Social Housing Program, a new initiative funded by the Department of Communities and Justice, which aims to prevent a large-scale return to homelessness. People who have a history of rough sleeping will receive extra support to maintain at-risk tenancies through the Sustaining…