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Accommodation and Support
Support and Tenant Education Program (STEP)
The Support and Tenant Education Program (STEP) is a free intervention service funded by the Department of Housing to assist tenants who require support to sustain their tenancy. The program also helps tenants that have been issued with tenancy breaches or notices and may be facing possible eviction.
Tenancy breaches or notices may include:
- Not paying your rent
- Not maintaining the property
- Disruptive behaviour
Participation in STEP is voluntary. As a tenant, you can ask to join the program, or your Housing Services Officer may suggest you join. Places on the STEP program may be limited.
For more information regarding this service click here or contact your Housing Services Officer.
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