‘Welcome To Woolloomooloo’ – Length 5:35

Ken is the heart and soul of the Hope Street Mission in Woolloomooloo. Besides being a Baptist Church pastor he runs the Back Shed café where all sorts pop in. He gives us some raw insights into Australia’s most densely populated outpost for the lost and homeless.

“I can control my destiny, but not my fate. Destiny means there are opportunities to turn right or left, but fate is a one-way street. I believe we all have the choice as to whether we fulfill our destiny, but our fate is sealed.”

Paulo CoelhoBrazilian Novelist

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There are many causes for someone becoming homeless.
The Exodus Foundation can offer assistance and advice through its Social Health & Wellbeing services and Crisis Intervention program.

Click here for Social Health & Wellbeing Services

Click here for the Crisis Intervention Program

Many other kind hearted organisations and Government bodies are also there to help. Links to just some are provided. They are offered in good will to simply assist you in starting your search. There are more organisations in all states which may suit your needs better.

Some other links to Info and Advice

Hope Street

Hope Street offers compassion, shelter and hope for marginalised people, including the homeless, sex workers, counselling for gambling and training the unemployed.

Click here for more information

Homeless Person Information Service

The Homeless Persons Information Centre (HPIC) is the telephone information and referral service that refers those in the community who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, to the services that may assist them. It provides professional assessments and referrals for clients seeking accommodation and support services within NSW.

Click here for more information

Matthew Talbot Hostel

Vinnies’ Matthew Talbot Hostel in Woolloomooloo provides accommodation and specialised support to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Click here for more information