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2009 Reports & Submissions

Annual Report for 2008-2009

A look at The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory year.

January 2010 | the Salvation Army | 2 mb.

Senate Community Affairs Committee Inquiry into Suicide Submission

This submission draws on the experience of Salvation Army social service centres, Salvation Army suicide prevention and postvention programs, telephone counselling services, feedback received from Salvation Army Officers and employees about their experiences in working with people affected by suicide and most importantly we sought comments from many families who have been involved with our Bereavement Support Programs

December 2009 | the Salvation Army | 390 kb.

youTHINK:Your Say

The you THINK: Your Say event was held in partnership between the Australian Government and was designed specifically to provide a platform for young people to talk about their problems with unemployment, homelessness, financial difficulties and access to government services.

November 2009 | The Salvation Army | 3 mb.

Does camping count?

the Does camping count? report highlights children's experience of homelessness and significant recommendations to reduce the impact of homelessness on children.

October 2009 | the Salvation Army | 2 mb.

The personal impact of Australia's current economic situation

Results from research carried out by The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory in April & May 2009

May 2009 | the Salvation Army | 1 mb.

Averting the Social Impact of the Global Financial Crisis

Recommendations of Anglicare Australia, Catholic Social Services Australia, UnitingCare Australia and the Salvation Army

January 2009 | the Salvation Army | 67 kb.

Somewhere Safe to Call Home: Violence Against Women During Homelessness

Domestic violence against women and homelessness

July 2009 | By Suellen Murray Centre for Applied Social Research, RMIT University | 293 kb.