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Partners in Recovery
Research indicates that members of the Transgender community are some of the most stigmatised individuals in society. They are often the recipients of prejudice and abuse from other members of the community. Current community housing options offer limited safe places for Transgender clients to live.
The Transgender Housing Project is a sustainable, cost effective package which follows a Collaborative Impact approach. It is driven by the community with several successful examples of this type of project already utilised globally. This Local Systems Reform Project is now available for piloting and evaluation of its implementation. This project has the potential to significantly increase the health, wellbeing, and self and community acceptance of those involved through its promotion of social inclusion and potential for better linking service providers with consumers.Transgender-Housing-Project-Local-Systems-Reform-report-3