Settlement Engagement Transition Support (SETS)

The SETS program supports newly arrived migrants to address their settlement needs in order to improve independence, well-being and social and community connectedness. Our case managers provide flexible, holistic, strengths-based support to individuals and families through a variety of services.

We offer a drop in service on Fridays 10am – 4pm

-          Providing information and support including referrals and access to mainstream services. Clients can access assistance for various issues such as English and education, employment, housing, health, citizenship, legal issues etc.

The SETS program also responds to identified community needs through groups, workshops and information sessions. If you would like to collaborate with the SETS program on responding to community needs or providing information to community groups please get in contact with the team. Currently the SETS team is running the following groups:

-          Let’s Talk English Conversation Group: Wednesdays 10am – 12pm (8 week course during each school term)

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-          Citizenship Practice Group: Tuesdays 3-4:30pm (6 week course during each school term)

Please contact us to find out current course dates.

Eligibility

Humanitarian entrants and recently arrived migrants can access SETS within the first five years of their arrival in Australia. Visa category will determine eligibility for support, so please contact us for further details.

Referrals

Please complete below referral form and email to msp.info@aohtas.org.au, or call us to discuss on 6278 1660. Alternatively clients can self-refer at our drop-in service every Friday, 10am – 4pm.

SETS is federally funded through the Department of Social Services (DSS) under CatholicCare Victoria Tasmania (CCVT)