Homelessness Week in Brighton

by Brighton Council
It’s time to end homelessness.

Did you notice the little houses at Bean to Brew Cafe in August? The tiny handmade homes were on display as part of the Homes For All information sessions run by Centacare Evolve, in partnership with Catholic Education, for Housing Homelessness Week 2023. Along with the tiny homes display, Centacare Evolve Housing partnered with local artist David Adams on a large-scale intergenerational art project. Portraits of Centacare Evolve Housing tenants, along with school students and the wider community, were displayed along the Brooker Highway in Claremont to address this year’s Homelessness Week theme: It’s time to end homelessness now.

Handmade home sharing awareness for Homelessness Week 2023.

The Homes For All project aims to challenge the stigma and stereotypes around people who access community housing and shine a light on the strength of community and the continued work of the housing sector to address homelessness in Tasmania.

To learn more about the stories behind the portraits, check out www.centacareevolve.com.au/homes-for-all.

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