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STRATEGIC PLAN 2021-2026

FREEDOM TO THRIVE

STRATEGIC PLAN 2021-2026

FREEDOM TO THRIVE

OUR STRATEGY

The next five years will be an exciting and transformative time for Junction as we build on our achievements and break new ground for an ambitious future.

Our intention is clear.

Freedom to Thrive is about effecting long-term positive change for those we work with, and the communities we work in.

VULNERABLE CHILDREN
(0-14 years old)

Our aspiration for them:

Heal from trauma and thrive in the care of healthy, loving families or in the highest quality professional care

YOUNG PEOPLE TRANSITIONING
TO ADULTHOOD
(15-25 years old)

Our aspiration for them:

Achieve self-determined independence and lead their best lives

THOSE WHO LIVE IN OUR HOUSING

  • Aboriginal people
  • People ageing in place and /or living with disabilities;
  • People who experience homelessness and/or domestic and family violence;
  • Young people;
  • People with a CALD background;*
  • Low and moderate income earners.

* Cultural and Linguistically Diverse communities

Our aspiration for them:

Access high quality, appropriate and secure housing, positively contributing to their wellbeing

End their experience of homelessness and/or domestic and family violence

LOCAL COMMUNITIES

Our aspiration for them:

Have a sense of belonging and connection to place where diversity is celebrated, they feel safe, included and dignified. They are proud of where they live and ‘do’ life

OUR PRIORITIES

SERVICE IMPACT

Impacting earlier and longer in the lives of vulnerable children and young people

CONNECTING

Community and place to enhance housing and support effecting long term position for people.

ENTERPRISING

Reducing housing stress for those on low to moderate incomes and growing and strengthening our business model.

FREEDOM TO THRIVE

OUR PLAN

WHAT

Vulnerable children and young people live their best lives

People thrive in safe, inclusive, diverse communities

More people have access to housing that positively contributes to their wellbeing and livelihood

WHERE/WHO

Locations:
- Greater Adelaide
- Southern region and Fleurieu (including KI)
- Explore national affordable housing opportunities

VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

THOSE LIVING IN OUR HOUSING

LOCAL NEIGHBOURHOODS AND COMMUNITIES

HOW

RESEARCH

New knowledge and evidence-based insights

SERVICE IMPACT

Impacting earlier and for longer in the lives of vulnerable children and young people

INNOVATION

Purpose-designed infrastructure and integrated approach demonstrating social and economic value

CONNECTING

Community and place-first social planning approach enhances housing and support

ENTERPRISING

Grow supply of affordable housing and expand our business model