Ōtautahi - Here’s how we’re doing

Individuals we have housed

Total housed

Total housed

284


Gender

Gender

Male 327

Female 133

Gender Diverse 1

Choose not to answer 0


Housing Type

Housing Type

Private 90%

Kainga Ora 8%

Other 2%


Age of Individuals

Of the people housed since the programme began, 52 were 56+ years old, 94 were between the ages of 46 - 55, 129 were between the ages of 36-45, 160 were between the ages of 25 - 35, and 26 were between the ages of 18 - 24. 

11% - 56+ years old

20% - 46 - 55 years old

28% - 36 - 45 years old

34% - 25 - 35 years old

6% - 18 - 24 years old

Age of Individuals

Gender

Since Housing First Ōtautahi was launched there have been 327 males, 133 females, and 1 gender diverse kaewa in the programme. 

70% - Male

29% - Female

1% - Gender Diverse

Gender

Primary ethnicity

Of the people housed since the programme began, the number of Māori individual participants is 227 people, 205 Europeans, 13 Pacific people, 4 Middle Eastern/Latin American/African, 1 Asian, and 10 who chose not to answer.

49% - Maori

45% - European

3% - Pacific

1% - Other

2% - Chose not to answer

Primary ethnicity

Housing Type

It’s no suprise to our collective that 90% of the homes we have sourced for people are from the private rental market. Private landlords are an incredibly important partner in the fight to end homelessness. In many cases, these privately-owned properties are being leased to a community housing provider in the Housing First collective.

90% - Private

8% - Kāinga Ora

2% - Other

Housing Type
Comcare Trust
Te Whare Roimata
Emerge Aotearoa
Christchurch City Mission
Otautahi
Christchurch Methodist Church