Same House, Different Landlord
Under the Same House Different Landlord program, the Queensland Government leases public housing properties to community organisations (providers), which rent the properties to tenants who need support to establish and manage a tenancy.
The tenancy and the property are transferred back to the government once the tenant can manage a longer-term tenancy, and they then become a public housing tenant without needing to move.
Mobile Outreach Support for at risk and Homeless Youth aims to reduce the number of young people who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless in Queensland.
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Information, advocacy and Referral for young people homeless or at risk of homelessness
The Transitional Supported Accommodation Program enables young people 16 years to 20 years to practise independence whilst tenanted in the Supported Accommodation Program.
The Housing and Information Program offered by Youth Link is a Specialist Homelessness Program and is one of many services provided by the organisation for young people aged 16 to 20 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Needle and Syringe Programs have been in operation in Australia since 1986 and are a key component of current and previous National Strategies for reducing blood borne viral infections and sexually transmitted infections.
Young Parent and Youth Wellbeing Program focusses on providing supports for young families or parents
and those young people needing a more coordinated approach to addressing their health and wellbeing needs
Your donation will go directly to helping the disadvantaged and homeless youth of the Cairns Region.
Youth Link runs a comprehensive 35 hour training program that provides volunteers with the skills and knowledge to confidently offer a range of opportunistic interventions to young people