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Spike Chiappalone


Spike is currently a member of the CHP’s Peer Education Support Program. He is an ex long-term homeless person and began his role as a member of the Pesp team in early 2012.

The highlights of his involvement in the program thus far have been participating as a panel member in a presentation at the seventh National Homelessness Conference, speaking at the LOMA annual Homelessness Network forum, membership of the CBD Homelessness Network and its planning group, delivering a presentation to the Darebin Council during Homelessness Week and participating in the City of Melbourne’s Homelessness Summit as a homelessness advisor.

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