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The Homeless Health Service acknowledges the Gadigal People of the Eora nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which we walk and work.
The Homeless Health Service (HHS) is a service that aims to support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness to actively engage in healthcare and access health services of their choice. The HHS utilises a strengths-based, harm minimisation approach to addressing clients’ cultural, and holistic health needs and partners with local services to provide assessment, treatment, education, support and referral.
Our team includes Nurses, Doctors, Allied Health staff, Health Educators, Aboriginal Health Workers and Peer Support Workers.
The Homeless Health Service Strategic Plan sets out our commitment to preventing and ending homelessness, and improving health outcomes for people experiencing homelessness. This is through service expansion, advocacy and work with our partners to deliver services, enhance the workforce and lead research. This Strategic Plan sets out our priorities and goals over 3 years.
Download the Strategic Plan here.