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ESIS 2016 explores the levels of deprivation and disadvantage experienced by those who access Emergency Relief services.
17% of respondents to our survey were homeless or living in temporary accommodation.
The majority (85%) of ESIS respondents were recipients of income support.
Respondents who received government income support had $16.96 per day after accommodation expenses
Almost two-thirds of children and young people went without basic necessities due to inadequate resources.
Respondents experienced significantly lower scores on the Personal Wellbeing Index
Helping over one million men, women and children get back on their feet every year.
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