Homeless Healthcare is a charity dedicated to providing healthcare to Perth's homeless and marginally housed.

Homeless Healthcare is Perth's largest provider of healthcare services to the homeless and marginally housed.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE:
GIVE A DONATION

Please visit our donation page or click the link above.

GET INVOLVED

By holding a fundraiser at your workplace. Please contact us for more information.

LEARN MORE

Please browse through our website to find out more.

Our Team

HOMELESS HEALTHCARE IS FORTUNATE TO HAVE AN AMAZING TEAM OF MEDICAL AND SUPPORT STAFF
DOCTORS

NURSES

NURSE PRACTITIONER

ALLIED SERVICES

If you are an enthusiastic, energetic GP, GP registrar, nurse practitioner or nurse looking for a challenge, we'd love to hear from you! We have part-time and full-time positions available.

LATEST NEWS

2 weeks ago
'Not one person helped her': Philanthropist 'disgusted' with how the public treats homeless

Seventeen years of working with homeless charities didn't prepare Jak Vaessen for what he experienced over two nights sleeping rough.

3 weeks ago
StreetSmart Australia

There's still time to chip-in to help fund health care for rough sleepers in 3 cities. We are now up to $12.5k (with matched funding) so keep those donations coming. Every dollar up to $10k will be ... See more

3 weeks ago
'You make sure you don’t look like a homeless person'

94 per cent of the homeless are not sleeping in streets or parks. Instead they’re in transitional housing, couch surfing, living in cars, or moving between homes of friends and children. Over ... See more

How Jane, a former university tutor and business consultant found herself homeless, showering in a McDonald’s disabled toilet - she's the new face of homelessness in Australia.

3 weeks ago
Unconditional charity: Why it's okay to give money to homeless people

https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/life/culture/article/2017/05/30/unconditional-charity-why-its-okay-give-money-homeless-people

Australia prides itself on being a giving nation. But would you give unconditionally to a homeless person and be okay with not knowing what your money was spent on?

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