Collective Impact

  • + - Integrated healthcare

    Integrated Healthcare Partnerships are person-centred, trauma-sensitive and sustainable response to the health needs of vulnerable Brisbane people, including people experiencing homelessness.

    For all information please visit the Integrated healthcare section of Micah Projects website.

  • + - 500 lives 500 homes

    In 2014, a coalition of government and nongovernment agencies set a goal to house 500 individuals and families in three years.

    Inspecter speaking at a gathering

    Acting Inspector Corey Allen speaking at the 500 Lives 500 Homes Community Forum, April 2014

    The campaign began with a community-wide registry where local agencies and volunteers surveyed 961 families, young people and adults in the Brisbane Local Government area who were homeless or vulnerably housed. Since then, a further 1,733 people have been registered through the campaign.

    Three years on, the campaign has exceeded its goal by housing 580 individual and family households.

    The community has applied Housing First principles to assist 373 individuals and 207 families with 430 children to end their homelessness.

    Thank you to all the volunteers, supporters and donors who have committed their time and resources to ending homelessness in Brisbane one person, one family at a time.

    To find out more about the 500 Lives 500 Homes campaign please visit the dedicated website.

    You may like to consider donating a welcome pack of essential household items for an individual or family moving from homelessness.

    Donations are always appreciated and those over $2 are tax deductible.

    You can donate via Micah Projects secure online website portal.

  • + - Partners in recovery

    Micah Projects is part of a consortium of service providers who deliver the Partners in Recovery (PIR) program, supporting individuals with complex needs and severe and persistent mental illness.

    For more information please visit Micah Projects PIR webpage.