Example of how a successful Grant application described alliances or support from other organisations

Healthy Kids

Partners

Louise Place, a supported accommodation service for young homeless women who are pregnant or have babies. Louise Place and Centacare will jointly administer the project. Louise Place will be represented on the Reference Group to the project.

Other Key stakeholders

Streetlink Youth Health Service will be involved in providing immunisation services to the children and young women who are homeless. They will be represented on the Reference Group to the project, and will have input into the program development via this mechanism.

Accommodation and support services for young women who are homeless will be involved in children's health needs seminars, and in the development of child health immunisation plans. These agencies will work individually with the project officer to develop these services for their clients. These agencies will be represented via their peak bodies on the Reference group (there are three peak bodies drawn from the target groups of homeless services : youth, women escaping domestic violence.)

Child and Youth Health Service will be involved in presenting baby health seminars. They will be represented on the reference Group.

The Reference Group

The primary target group of young women who are homeless will be involved in the Reference Group to the project. The young women recruited to the reference group will be drawn from the Peer Support Network established by Louise Place. Participation in the Reference Group will allow for involvement in planning, implementation and evaluation of the project.

 


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