Preventing homelessness

 

Homelessness is a traumatic experience. It puts extra strain on people’s relationships and on their mental and emotional health. Many who find themselves homeless have already endured significant stress apart from their housing – be it long running financial hardship, domestic violence, the loss of a job or the breakdown of a relationship.

A key focus for Hanover is advocating for system changes to ensure disadvantaged Australians do not suffer the emotional, physical and mental trauma of homelessness.

Do you need help with housing?

Hanover understands that becoming homeless or living with the threat of losing your home is an extremely stressful situation.

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Client Stories

People come to Hanover for many different reasons and from many diverse backgrounds. Please take time to read a few of their stories.

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