COVID-19 Impact

CFRE has developed a COVID-19 evaluation and research strategy to help better understand and respond to the changing needs of the clients and the communities that we support during the COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions.

The first edition of our COVID-19 report series (May 2020) outlines how drummond street rapidly adapted to the changing circumstances and gave initial insights into the quickly changing needs for our clients. We share back some of the responses and insights from our dedicated practitioners from across the organisation and demonstrate how they have continued to adapt our services to meet the changing needs of the community.

Download the full report here or view the interactive report.

The second edition of our COVID-19 report series (September 2020) details how client needs have shifted since March 2020. It identifies emerging themes across a range of wellbeing areas such as mental health and family violence, compared to the same period in 2019. We share back some of the responses and insights from our dedicated practitioners from across the organisation and demonstrate how they have continued to adapt our services to meet the changing needs of the community.

Download the full report here or view the interactive report below:

 

Equality Australia and the Centre for Family Research and Evaluation at Drummond Street Services have released a groundbreaking research report on domestic and family violence affecting LGBTIQ+ people during COVID19, There’s no safe place at home

The report is based on data from 2,631 LGBTIQ+ people in Australia who were surveyed in April/May about their experiences of domestic and family violence.

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