We aim to improve health and justice through better services in the community.
We are developing a national evaluation framework and other evidence about:
- how integrated service models like health justice partnerships work
- what we can do to improve their effectiveness
- who they work for
We aim to achieve lasting, systemic change based on the knowledge of communities and the services that support them.
We are developing policies that:
- address the social factors that lead to poor health and legal outcomes, like housing, credit and debt, family breakdown and family violence
- present solutions to governments and policy-makers for improving how human services respond to these needs
We are developing and sharing resources that support practitioners to:
- work collaboratively
- learn from each other and the communities they support
- improve health and justice outcomes for vulnerable communities through increased capability of the services that support them
Sustained organisational effectiveness
We are building a connected, dynamic and effective organisation, funded through a diverse range of sources to meet these strategic priorities and improve the health and justice of vulnerable Australians.