A key part of HAAG's Early Intervention approach to homelessness is our Community Education projects. Through empowering older people with experiences of homelessness to share their stories, we reach out to diverse community groups, letting them know about our services.

Latest Community Education Events and Updates

There are 405,000 older women at risk of homelessness in Australia. These are stories of four of them. Vanessa, Jo, Robyn and Lynette tell their stories in this powerful video.

This zine by HAAG LGBTI reference group member Jo Waite chronicles her life through pictures of some of the many houses she slept in before finally receiving safe and affordable. The zine was originally printed for MPavillion MTalks and published online for Lesbian Visibility Day

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20 Apr 2022

visited the Nagambie Community House in Nagambie, Goulburn Valley to deliver information about housing options. people attended the session on Thursday 21st of April.

25 Mar 2022

Hoda Nahal, Jackie Khouri, Jennifer Brown visited the Mitchell Multicultural Community Association Incorporated in Beveridge / Wallan, Goulburn Valley to deliver information about housing options. 30 people attended the session on Saturday 26th of March. Based on a Scottish initiative, the 'Respecting me, respecting us' campaign aims to celebrate multiculturalism in our communities, particularly the Mitchell shire and assist people from multicultural communities to access local services. Hoda Nahal presented on a panel about homelessness, along with Omeni Ndlovu from the Salvation Army. Jackie and Jennifer assisted with managing HAAG's information stall, networking with other participants and Jennifer distributed and collected participant surveys following the panel.

16 Mar 2022

Joan Broughan visited the Euroa Men's Shed in Strathbogie, Goulburn Valley to deliver information about housing options in English. 2 people attended the session on Thursday 17th of March. well received by group