Daisy Gibbs presented at the NDARC Webinar Series on Thursday 12 August 2021.

This presentation described an Australian man’s experience of leaving prison and attending a supported accommodation service.

Combining data from semi-structured qualitative interviews with men who received supported accommodation following release from prison, initial results from our systematic review, and a preliminary analysis of a supported accommodation’s service model, this webinar will present a case study that contributes to discussions about the needs of men released from prison, and how services like supported accommodation can address these complex and mutually reinforcing needs.


About the speaker

Daisy Gibbs joined NDARC in 2018 and is currently working for the Ecstasy and Related Drug Reporting System (EDRS) and the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS). Daisy has a background in community development and service delivery. Her primary research interests include illicit drug surveillance and improving the well-being of vulnerable populations through evidence based, targeted service delivery. Daisy commenced a PhD in 2019, working to improve the evidence base for services working with people who are at high risk of re-offending after release from prison.

Please note: readers and audience are encouraged to go to the presenter’s published paper for the most fulsome account of the research and its findings. 


Date Commenced
13 Aug 2021
Resource Type
NDARC Seminars