Homelessness After COVID-19
Posted on: Thu 11 Jun 2020
The recent pandemic has highlighted various social issues which have worsened under the new conditions. The homeless population, in particular, have become a focal point for government assistance with temporary accommodation in hotels.
But will things go back to how they were once the pandemic has fully subsided?
To discuss the implications lockdown has had on mental health and Australia’s homeless population, Professor in the School of Psychiatry at the University of NSW Vaughan Carr joins Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis.
Image sourced: Tomas Castelazo, 2009