We have a number of different homes. We have a baby steps home that has two bedrooms. If we have a mother and her children in care, they can move into the same house and they provide the care while being supervised by staff.
Sweet Dreams to me is a lot different. It is is for mothers who have taken their children out of care and need that extra opportunity. The best way to help somebody is to provide opportunity. We can't just keep helping somebody to a certain point and then dropping off. We need to help them long term. We need to take that extra investment. Also the Sweet Dreams home is.... I guess I wasn't clear enough in my explanation. Currently we're able to help people not based on their income and not based on the colour of their skin, but on need. For example, we currently have a mother with two children who is in a violent situation, whose uncle phoned us begging for a spot for her. We were able to take her into the Sweet Dreams program to help her. It's based on need. All of the policy and all of the legislation is secondary to the needs of the client.