SHC21

SHC21

If the 47,036 people on Queensland's social housing register were to form a town, it would be the 5th largest in the state. An entire town where no one has a safe or secure place to call home. Nowhere stable to tuck the kids into bed at night. Nowhere to sit down as a family to have dinner. A town with more people than Gladstone, Maryborough or Gympie.

No matter who we are, where we come from, or what’s in our wallets, we can all agree that our family’s health and wellbeing come first and that ...

If the 47,036 people on Queensland's social housing register were to form a town, it would be the 5th largest in the state. An entire town where no one has a safe or secure place to call home. Nowhere stable to tuck the kids into bed at night. Nowhere to sit down as a family to have dinner. A town with more people than Gladstone, Maryborough or Gympie.

No matter who we are, where we come from, or what’s in our wallets, we can all agree that our family’s health and wellbeing come first and that starts with a safe place to call home.

We need government to step up and act to help Queensland families experiencing homelessness and housing stress – not with spare change, but with actual change. Real change that can turn struggle into stability, tents into tenancies and hope into a home.

 

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