Parenting can be difficult, especially when you and your family are at risk of homelessness. HOPE helps young parents (aged 15-25) maintain long term, stable accommodation so you can focus on being a mum or dad for your children.
Parenting can be a challenge, especially if you are young. It can be even more stressful if you have limited social supports or family to help. It can be made even harder if you are at risk of homelessness.
HOPE can help. HOPE stands for Housing, Outreach and Parenting Education, and it supports young parents aged between 15 and 25 maintain stable long term accommodation. It also provides parenting support so you and your kids can be the best that they can be. HOPE workers support family wellbeing by helping you and your kids form strong and secure attachments.
The HOPE worker also provides case management and they work individually with families as well as groups.
- Cost to you
- Serving Regions
- Burnie and surrounds
- In partnership with the Motors Foundation, who have made this project possible by generously donating $450,000 towards the service.