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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Homelessness

Date outcomes contract signed: Dec 2020

Start date of service provision: Mar 2020

Anticipated completion date: Dec 2030

Capital raised (minimum): USD 7m

Max potential outcome payment: USD 32.60m

Service users: 272 individuals


Foyer Central is an integrated learning and accommodation centre that will support young people who have been in of out-of-home care on the path to independence. The Program will build their capacity to access resources and opportunities, connect with education, training and employment, and make positive decisions.

Target population

Young people who have left out-of-home care and are at risk of or experiencing homelessness



  • Australia

Service delivery locations

  • Chippendale, Sydney

Involved organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • No Negative Indicators (a conviction, live in social housing / emergency accomodation or have a child placed into out-of-home care) are recorded for an individual from their enrolment date to the end of their Measurement Period (12 months following exit from the program), and at least one Positive Indicator (maintain employment, education and/or independent housing) is recorded during their 12 months following exit from Foyer Central.
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