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MSD Emergency Housing Survey

April 15, 2015 at 5:42 PM

The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) is reviewing the funding arrangements for the emergency housing sector in New Zealand. This review will aim to understand the current funding pressures on the emergency housing sector and look at future funding options to put the sector on a more stable footing. 

The review will: 

  • clarify where people and organisations that provide emergency housing get their funding from and what that funding is used for 
  • establish clear objectives and outcomes from government funding in this area 
  • identify options for future government funding of the emergency housing sector.

The aim of this questionnaire is to help us understand the current funding arrangements of the emergency housing sector. To do this we need to have a better understanding of: 

  • the types of organisations that provide emergency housing
  • the types of services that organisations are providing to support people in emergency housing
  • the types of emergency housing delivered 
  • who accesses emergency housing 
  • what funding and income sources are being used to provide emergency accommodation and support services for people who are accessing emergency housing. 

For each question, simply give the response that is most appropriate for you and your organisation. Your responses will be automatically saved as you go, and you can come back to complete the survey at any time. 

At the end there is a final open question where you can add any further comments.

All information you provide will be treated confidentially.

Click here to access the survey