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290 500 Australians sought help from homelessness agencies in the year 2019 to 2020.

Those services were unable to provide support for 33% of those people and that included 11 201 children under the age of ten.

In the absence of alternative housing and support, vulnerable women and their children have no other option but to remain in abusive relationships. This results in lifelong disadvantage and poverty.

Together we can build the village needed to provide housing and support for vulnerable young parents and their new-born babies.

Changing the lives of generations to come.

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Combining housing and support to empower young families to build the future they want for their family.


Real stories of young families experiencing homelessness.


The Village will be built on existing land surrounding Fusion’s current youth housing service.


By working together to leverage our skills, networks and finances, we can deliver places that homeless families can finally call home. Changing the lives of generations to come.


Fusion has a proven history of supporting young people through homelessness to reunification and independent living.

The Fusion Village will draw on Fusion’s 60 years of experience providing housing, support and mentoring to young people and their families.

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Help strengthen the lives of vulnerable young people and families on the Mornington Peninsula.

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