The Housing Call to Action – West Auckland Network
The Housing Call to Action – West Auckland (HC2A) is a Network of community, social service, NGO, local government and central government organisations who have an interest in Housing and Homelessness. The Housing Call to Action Network is convened by WEST – West Auckland Enterprise Skills and Training.
The Housing Call to Action meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 1.30pm at the Community Waitakere Resource Centre – 9 Ratanui St, Henderson, West Auckland. We welcome new members. Phone Lee or Gaylene on 8371471 for more information.
HC2A Housing and Homelessness Hui – A Guide to Homelessness and Housing in West Auckland
The Purpose of the day is to:
- Learn how the Government housing process works
- Explore the reality of housing in West Auckland
- Connect the housing sector with other community and social sectors
- Create a shared understanding of the services available and how to access them
Please note we will have MSD and HNZ representatives present to discuss their processes and to answer any questions.
The Hon Phil Twyford – MP for Te Atatū, Minister for Housing and Urban Development and Minister for Transport, and The Hon Carmel Sepuloni – MP for Kelston Minister for Social Development and Minister for Disability Issues will also be discussing Housing and Homelessness from a Government perspective.
When: Thursday 8 March 2018 10am – 2.30pm
Where: Ceramco Park Function Centre – 120 Glendale Rd, Glen Eden
Please RSVP by 1 March 2018 with any dietary and/or access requirements along with any questions for MSD or HNZ to email@example.com or phone (09) 8371471
HC2A on Facebook
The HC2A Facebook page posts regular news and information on what is happening in the area of housing and homelessness. To join us on Facebook click here.
Connecting with Housing Call to Action
Phone: Lee on 0273438546
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