Mark the official, public re-opening of Youth Projects’ flagship primary health and homelessness centre – The Living Room - on the iconic Hosier Lane, with very special guest The Hon. Mary-Anne Thomas MP (Minister for Health) to officially re-open the centre. 

Having been at the heart of Melbourne’s CBD community for 20 years, The Living Room has long been highly regarded as a unique and effective primary health service and drop-in centre for people experiencing homelessness since first opening in 2002. It is a service that has created immeasurable social and economic impact, and most importantly, has supported thousands of people during their darkest hours.  

The major refurbishment of The Living Room signifies a genuine game-changer for homelessness services in Melbourne and will set a new standard for community led health initiatives, globally. The Living Room is already world-class in service delivery, and now the physical environment will match our modern approach.

The Official, Public Re-Opening of The Living Room powered by Youth Projects

🕕 11am - 12.30pm

🗓️ Tuesday 28 March 2023

📍 The Living Room (7 - 9 Hosier Lane, Melbourne)

Hear from (very) special guest speakers, take part in an official Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony, behind-the-scenes tours, and meet the team of changemakers at The Living Room. Catering will be provided by our social enterprise cafe - The Little Social.

This event is invite only. For any media or general enquiries, please contact our Events Team.

If you’re unable to attend, please contact our Events team to arrange a visit at a later date to find out more about services, referrals and co-located services through The Living Room.

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