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Penny Jones House (2008 - )

  • Penny Jones House

    Penny Jones House, 2008, courtesy of Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc.
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From
2008
Categories
Anglican, Home, Protestant and Youth Welfare Service

Penny Jones House was established by Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc in 2008, replacing Jenny House. It provided safe, supported transitional accommodation to young women who are homeless or likely to become homeless.

Details

In 2008, Jenny House was refurbished and became known as the Penny Jones House, remaining part of the Parkerville Children's Home Inc suite of youth services.

Events

2008 -
Location - Penny Jones provided accommodation at Kewdale. Location: Kewdale

Timeline

 1994 - 2008 Jenny House
       2008 - Penny Jones House

Publications

Books

  • Casey, Kevin, Parkerville: Caring for Children - Care for Their Future, Parkerville Children and Youth Care (Inc), Parkerville, Western Australia, 2010. p. 182. Details

Online Resources

Photos

Penny Jones House
Title
Penny Jones House
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Date
2008
Source
Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc

Details

Sources used to compile this entry: Casey, Kevin, Parkerville: Caring for Children - Care for Their Future, Parkerville Children and Youth Care (Inc), Parkerville, Western Australia, 2010. p. 182.; Information Services, Department for Community Development, Signposts: A Guide for Children and Young People in Care in WA from 1920, Government of Western Australia, 2004, http://signposts.cpfs.wa.gov.au/pdf/pdf.aspx.

Prepared by: Debra Rosser and Rebe Taylor