The Homelessness Action plan 2021-2024
The Homelessness Action Plan 2021-2024 was created as an informing strategic document developed to guide the City’s response to homelessness. The prioritised actions which focus on complex challenges of homelessness was adopted by Council on the 24th November 2021. This page will explain the scope of actions and discuss how it will positively impact our community.
20 Lives 20 Homes
The 20 Lives 20 Homes is a new program to reduce homelessness and rough sleeping in Fremantle. Joint funding with the City of Fremantle and private sector to replicate the 50 Lives, 50 Homes model used in Perth. Trialling a private rental subsidy as part of proven housing-first approach.
About Helping to End Homelessness
The Western Australian Alliance to end homelessness (10 Year Strategy) is committed to ending homelessness in WA. This outcome will only be achieved through a whole of society response. This means supporting all members of the community including those at risk of experiencing homelessness.
Be Informed About COVID-19
This section will keep you in the loop about all of the critical information and support available for you. Specifically, information on preparation, mental health and Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT). We understand that COVID-19 creates difficult situations, so we want to keep you as informed and provide answers to all of your questions.
In this section we will cover the legal support available to you. The City of Fremantle is the only Local Government that has a legal centre named 'Fremantle Community Legal Centre' attached. It is important that you know what you have access to. You will also find more about the 'Citizen Advice Bureau', which is a information and referral service in Fremantle. Follow this link to find out more.