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A Place With A View - To The Future

September 17, 2020

A Junction initiative connecting South Australia’s homeless to others with similar lived experience is paving the way for shared and more secure, private rental opportunities.

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Love in Abundance

September 03, 2020

As one of five children, her parents not only provided her and her siblings with a stable home and love in abundance – they also extended this to others.

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2020 Tenant Gardening Competition

August 12, 2020

Get those green thumbs going - this year's tenant gardening competition has now officially begun!

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Staying Home In The Fleurieu #HW2020

August 07, 2020

Thanks to support from the Fleurieu Community Foundation, Junction is partnering with property managers and real estate agents on the south coast to support successful tenancies and prevent housing stress and homelessness.

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Tough Love a Turning point for Dana

August 03, 2020

Junction House was a turning point in Dana’s life. Almost four years since living there, she reflects on how the house, the service and the people have helped shape her life for the better.

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Home is Where We Are

July 01, 2020

When Nathan and Michelle were approached to provide emergency accommodation for a 15-year-old boy, the couple knew it was mean to be.

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Leading by Example

June 25, 2020

For Junction volunteer Jennifer, her challenging past has culminated in a determination to create positive spaces for women.

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Finding Stability

June 08, 2020

Benjamin “Walshy” Walsh makes it his business to bring music to the people. As a Junction volunteer and Director of Kangaroo Island Event Management, he has been the force behind some of KI’s largest musical events.

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Junction Connect - Autumn 2020

June 03, 2020

In our Autumn Edition of Connect 2020, we farewell our chair, Mike Canny.

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Understanding Through Remembering

May 21, 2020

For Cherylee Cooper, reconciliation means remembering.

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