The ACT is conducting a program review process for the homeless and the general public. This process examines current services and explores ways to reform them to respond to new trends. Most of the ACT entered into three-year service contracts for the 2009-2010-2011-12 period. The ACT`s objectives for the NPAH have been incorporated into all contracts, as well as a renegotiation clause to ensure that services can be readjusted in the reform guidelines over the life of the contract. In some cases, an annual employment contract has been offered to individual groups or services requiring more comprehensive reform. This initiative was designed to implement an existing provision of the ACT Residential Rent Act to remove an offender`s name from a tenancy agreement after a final domestic violence order was issued, so that the remaining families could remain on site. The agreement began on January 1, 2009 and has not yet been concluded. The Australian government provides states and territories with indexed funds (in 2015-16, the Australian government allocated $1.3 billion to NAHA) that they can spend to achieve housing and homelessness results. The ACT has set itself the goal of eliminating homelessness. As early as 2004, the ACT Social Plan set a target of no more raw sleepers by 2013.

The ACT views the entire NAHA and related national partnership agreements on homelessness and social housing and the National Construction and Employment Plan (NBJP) as a unique opportunity to achieve this goal. Helen had a history of mental illness that had led to many periods of homelessness. It proved difficult to suck helen`s condition, which led to numerous hospitalizations at the Canberra hospital. First Point will provide a homeless and personal placement service within the ACT and facilitate access to other relevant services when needed. First Point will provide a primary, but not a single, access point to the ACT-SDF system. These initiatives will help refugees and people with multiple needs. The most important result is that these people are helped to maintain their leases and prevent homelessness. Reduction from 10% (20% in total) to less than 283 people leaving social housing and private rental for homelessness, as reported in saAP 2012/13 data or in the new data collection.