SPRC and researchers from the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (Curtin University ) and the Telethon Kids Institute (University of Western Australia) undertook the second evaluation of headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation.
The Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) program is designed to assist people with mental illness to access clinical mental health services linked to psychosocial rehabilitation and secure housing.
The NSW Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Service program (IDFVS) provides a multi-agency, integrated and coordinated response to domestic and family violence among high-risk target groups and in targeted communities.
This project aims to evaluate the process, outcome and costs of the IDAT Program. The outcome evaluation aims to assess the impact of the IDAT program on a range of patient outcomes including drug and alcohol use and health service utilization, in comparison with a comparison group.
The project involved conducting an independent evaluation for the Lebanese Muslim Association of the Empowering Local Communities program, funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Evaluation of the Michael Intensive Supported Housing Accord (MISHA) (for Mission Australia, 2010-2014). This study is evaluating a new Mission Australia rapid re-housing project for homeless men in Parramatta, following on from the earlier Michael Project of wraparound support.
The Social Policy Research Centre, in collaboration with the Centre for Refugee Research and the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Services, Monash University are undertaking a mixed method research design to address the aims of the evaluation.
Evaluation of the Resident Support Program The Resident Support Program aimed to enhance the community involvement of people with disability living in privately owned boarding houses and hostels in Queensland.
SPRC and Griffith University evaluated the Self Directed Support Pilot. This pilot included case management, community engagement and individual support funds to enhance independence, capacity and resilience of children and young adults with a disability, as well as their families and carers.
This evaluation of the Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds (SEDIF) program of the Australian Government Department of Employment sought to understand both the processes and outcomes of SEDIF since its establishment in August 2011.
Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN) commissioned the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) to undertake a process and outcomes evaluation of the Partners in Recovery (PIR) program within South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (LHD).
The project is an evaluation of Start Safely, a Housing NSW private rental subsidy providing short to medium-term rental assistance to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness because of domestic or family violence.