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St Bart’s is committed to providing safe, supported accommodation and services to people who need it the most, regardless of background, age, gender or ethnicity.

Commitment to Reconciliation Aboriginal Artwork by Teresa Miller

St Bart’s is committed to reconciliation and to being a culturally safe and competent organisation for all people who live with, work with and visit us.

Aboriginal peoples are over-represented in the population of people experiencing homelessness in Western Australia. With this in mind, we recognise the special role St Bart’s must continue to play in championing an inclusive and supportive environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples can thrive.

St Bart’s was proud to launch its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in 2022. For more information on the event and to read the RAP, visit the St Barts RAP Launch article.

Commitment to LGBTQIA+ The Progress Pride Flag

Additionally, St Bart’s is committed to supporting the health, wellbeing and inclusion of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, asexual and questioning (LGBTQIA+) people.

Aboriginal dancers
St Barts team at the RAP launch
Person reading a brochure at RAP launch

Photo credit – Duncan Wright

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