The role of informal community resources in supporting stable housing for young people recovering from mental illness: key issues for housing policy-makers and practitioners

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Author(s): Cameron Duff; Keith Jacobs; Stephen Loo; Shane Murray
Description: This report analyses housing policy interventions that help young people in recovery from mental illness. In particular, it examines the way independent housing assists them access informal resources at a local community level, and how this might promote other outcomes such as social inclusion, employment, and better health.
Citation: Duff, C., Jacobs, K., Loo, S. and Murray, S. (2013) The role of informal community resources in supporting stable housing for young people recovering from mental illness: key issues for housing policy-makers and practitioners, AHURI Final Report No. 199, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, http://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/199.
Date published: 25 Jan 2013
Publication type: Final Report 199
Project title: The role of informal community resources in supporting independent housing for young people recovering from mental illness: a guide for housing policy-makers and practitioners (Project number: 50682)
Related publications: What is the role of informal community resources in supporting young people recovering from mental illness? (Research and Policy Bulletin)
The role of informal community resources in supporting independent housing for young people recovering from mental illness (Positioning Paper)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISSN: 1834-7223
ISBN: 978-1-922075-19-2