Support services remain committed despite stalled proposal to help city's vulnerable bridge the gap

Caitlyn Rintoul
By Caitlyn Rintoul
Updated November 5 2019 - 4:54am, first published May 21 2019 - 12:00am
Rough relief: Mandurah's West Aus Crisis and The St Vincent de Paul Society have been working on a fresh approach to helping people bridge the gap from homelessness to a stable home. Photo: File image.

The brains behind a proposal to provide Mandurah's most-vulnerable people with a safe space to transition into a job or education remain committed to their vision, despite being stalled by a lack of funding.

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