City Futures Research Centre UNSW Built Environment

Evaluation the Miller Foyer Pilot Project

This project is a longitudinal study of the development of the pilot Miller Foyer which is being developed in Liverpool by the South West Sydney Region of the NSW Department of Housing. This scheme represents the first attempt by any social housing agency to develop a Foyer in Australia and, as such, represents a pilot for a type of accommodation for homeless and vulnerable youth that could be replicated widely across the country. The project will work with the Department's Foyer team to monitor the development of the Foyer from its early stages into management and into the first year of operation to assess the impact on the first tranche of residents, providing feedback to the Department and then to complete a final report and best practice document summarising the pilot study to wider dissemination.

PUBLICATIONS:


Positioning Paper: No. 019:
Evaluating the Miller Live n' Learn Campus pilot

Final Report: No. 084:
An interim evaluation of the Miller Live 'N' Learn Campus

Research and Policy Bulletin: Issue 082:
Youth homelessness in rural Australia

LINK TO PUBLICATIONS AND PROJECT DESCRIPTION ON AHURI'S WEBSITE:

http://www.ahuri.edu.au/publications/projects/p70020/