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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

This is a bold statement, but once your physiological needs are taken care of, the rest of your life can fall into place.

According to a theory in psychology by Abraham Maslow, the ‘Maslow Hierarchy of Needs’; there are different levels of human needs. The most basic need is physiological – which is at the bottom, and states that everyone at first needs food, water, warmth & rest. They then elevate one after the other continually, next with Safety, then Belonging/Love, Esteem   and finally Self-Actualisation. In today’s society it’s believed that once these needs are more or less met, we will have a fulfilled life and gain self actualisation.

One of the common features that we can see at Sanctuary Place in people struggling, is the lack of a safe and secure home. It makes perfect sense that once you have established a safe and secure home i.e. the most basic Maslow needs of Physiological and Safety, you can then move on to create a great life. 

And this is how Sanctuary Place can support Australians. Having affordable housing that is safe, secure and reliable, should be a given – however it is not – until you meet with Sanctuary Place. One of our main aims is to support residence with not only a safe, secure  & warm home, but also to attain higher levels in their psychological and physiological needs.
Want to get more information on how Sanctuary Place can help? Get in touch via the contact page today!