Securing Safer Housing for People Experiencing Domestic and Family Violence, Policy Evidence Summary

This policy evidence summary outlines research and implications for policy makers on integrating housing support with other forms of support to improve safety and wellbeing. It is based on the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) Final Report No. 311: Housing outcomes after domestic and family violence.

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