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Ask Izzy

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Find out what the latest data is telling us two years on from the launch of Ask Izzy, the mobile website that connects people in need to housing, meals, support and counselling and more.

When Alicia Wheatley, Senior Adviser Aboriginal Engagement and Outcomes at DHHS, noticed a woman looking distressed and helpless at a community food bank, she was compelled to extend a helping hand. 

We ask that you join us in supporting families across Australia who are struggling to find shelter or put food on the table. 

What makes a good community? Is it a cohesive, safe and prosperous place to live? Free of poverty and crime? Does it provide a good quality of life for everyone who lives there? 

Finding nearby support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, who make up almost a quarter of those supported by Australia's homeless services, is often a struggle.

We're proud to announce that our inclusive new design for Ask Izzy is now live. As well as a friendlier and moe inclusive feel, we've made it easier to find Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander services.

With a new look and feel for the site to be released in October, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags have now been added to search results and service listings.

Infoxchange receives $500 000 in funding from the NAB Foundation to help tackle family and domestic violence with Ask Izzy.

In the lead up to the release of 2016 Census data, we look at what our own Ask Izzy data is telling us about the state of homelessness in Australia.

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