The below interactive carousels provide a taste of the actions and outcomes being taken and achieved by the 100 Families WA team both internally and externally to the partner organisations.

Internal Project Actions and Outcomes

The following actions and outcomes have taken place internally to the partner organisations.

Project findings have been incorporated into partner agency training aimed at new and existing staff, including increasing training on trauma-informed practice.
100 Families WA findings have helped service providers better understand the current state of poverty and experience of those living in disadvantage in Western Australia.
100 Families WA findings have helped to inform the strategic direction of partner organisations, including overarching outcomes framework and service pathways frameworks.
Families involved in regular Interviews with researchers have reported that they feel safe to share their story and discuss personal experiences.
100 Families WA findings are being used to inform and strengthen compulsory sector reporting.
Partner agencies are looking beyond funding body requirements and key performance indicators (KPI) and are considering what outcomes are relevant to consumers.
Project partners have increased the value they place on lived experience, incorporating this voice when developing client centred support plans and assessments.
There has been an increase in agency collaboration, including co-location of services to foster engagement and trust between clients and service providers.
Project partners are reflecting on their organisations service delivery to ensure the design is appropriate to individuals who hold a lived experience.
Project partners changing how their agency engages and work alongside people with lived experience.

External Project Actions and Outcomes

The following actions and outcomes have taken place externally to the partner organisations.

Project findings have been used to inform community education and develop models of prevention focused intervention.
Project partners engaged the Department of Communities and Department of Health and have delivered several presentations to their policy, service design and service delivery staff.
Evidence based on project findings was provided team-members at the Senate inquiry into the adequacy of Newstart and other related incomes.
Project partners have presented key findings from 100 Families WA at various national and local conferences.
A presentation given by 100 Families WA helped shift an external organisations thinking and consequently their practice to become needs focused for their clients, as opposed to problems focused.
Information from the 100 Families WA project was used as evidence presented to the House Select Committee regarding the topic of intergenerational welfare dependency.
The collaborative model of 100 Families WA is providing an opportunity to connect findings from other projects and amplify a message to Government and Policy Makers.
Information taken from the project has been used to educate people about the process of working with lived experience, informing them of the relevant issues experienced by those living in disadvantage in WA.
Information from the 100 Families WA project has been used to support a submission to the Nationhood, National Identity and Democracy Inquiry.
Project findings have been integrated into the WA Food Relief Framework.