What is Keeping Home?
Keeping Home is our housing focused, education program for people who have experienced homelessness or have been at risk of homelessness.
The program aims to build participant skills to manage a tenancy on a low income through focusing on living skills, managing finances, and understanding tenancy rights and responsibilities. Keeping Home is delivered in individual and group face to face sessions and online.
Who can participate?
- People who have experienced homelessness
- Youth leaving care
- Individuals or families fleeing violence
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples.
- Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
- Secondary students
- Job seekers
Keeping Home is available in the Ovens Murray and Goulburn regions.
To access this program please contact any BeyondHousing office.
What can I learn about?
The program covers:
- Debt & credit
- Utility bills
- Looking for work
- Looking for a rental
- Starting a new tenancy
- Keeping and maintaining a tenancy
- Ending a tenancy positively
- Housekeeping and property management
- Personal hygiene
- Conflict resolution
- Healthy eating
- Handy hints
Download a copy of this brochure here