Housing Support (Thrive)

Thrive helps individuals and families tackle issues that are impacting their public housing tenancy

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The Thrive program can help you identify and resolve issues that may impact your wellbeing and prevent you from sustaining a tenancy.

Through the program, we’ve helped clients navigate issues such as family and domestic violence, financial difficulties, relationship breakdowns, visitor management and overcrowding, property concerns, mental health, and drug and alcohol misuse.

Support and strategies for success

Thrive is a free, voluntary program. If you choose to take part in Thrive, we’ll meet with you to understand your circumstances and help you create a plan to achieve your goals. With regular home visits, you’ll receive referrals to helpful services, and develop new habits and skills that will ensure that you and your family can continue building on your successes.

How to access Thrive

1. Check your eligibility

Thrive is a free, voluntary program for individuals and families who are seeking support. To be eligible for the Thrive program, you must be a tenant of an Aboriginal or public housing property.

2. Express your interest

All Thrive referrals come through the Department of Communities (Housing) or Aboriginal community housing providers. If you are interested in participating in the program, please contact your Housing Services Officer (HSO) to inform them of your interest. If you are aware of an individual or a family that could benefit from Thrive, please encourage their housing provider to refer them.

3. Complete a consent form

If your HSO agrees, you will be asked to complete a consent form that allows them to refer you to the Thrive program. 

4. Meet with us

Once we receive the referral, we will contact you within a week to arrange a time to meet to discuss the Thrive program and how we can assist. 

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Express your interest by using filling out our enquiry form. We will respond within 3 business days.

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