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Mental Health and Homelessness

In April, MHCT caught up with one of Bethlehem House’s Senior Case Managers, Jeff. MHCT hopes to speak to a variety of the people who contribute to improving the mental health of all Tasmanians. This month they wanted to focus on one of the biggest issues affecting our state right now: Mental Health and Homelessness

Housing “Plus”

Pro Bono News reports:  ‘Moving into permanent housing is the number one priority for people experiencing homelessness, according to the new report which also revealed veterans and Indigenous Australians were at significant risk of sleeping rough in Australia’s cities.’

Bethlehem House Tasmanian School Sleep-out

This inaugural school sleep-out event is a fun opportunity for your school to hold an overnight school camp or an awareness raising activity to raise funds for homeless men in Tasmania and raise awareness of some of the challenges they face.

Everybody’s Home Campaign

Homelessness Australia is urging all Australians to get involved in a campaign called Everybody’s Home Campaign, that will see everyone working together to call on our government to implement the solutions needed to ensure everyone has a home by 2030.

40 More Years Of Gambling Addiction Related Homelessness

Bethlehem House resident Simon Rolle and former resident Robert Kreschl, have been active campaigners in the campaign for restriction of Poker machines in Tasmania.
Both men have had first-hand experience of the misery and devastation caused by addiction to poker machines and resulting homelessness.