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Taldumande Youth Services

Supported Independent Housing

Case management support for young people aged 16-21 years.

Properties are located in North Sydney, Northern Beaches, Hornsby and Ryde regions.  Independent housing programs are designed for tenants who have demonstrated they are capable of living on their own with minimal support. As a condition of their tenancy, young people are required to be supported by a Case Manager who will meet with them on a regular basis.

Taldumande provides support and subsidised housing to tenants, in partnership with external property management services. Tenants can stay for a period of 1-18 months and then are assisted to transition into independent living within the community. A lease is required to be signed for accommodation under the NSW Tenancy Act, 2010.

Supports Provided

Case management, emotional support, living skills assessment and development, social and communication skills development, educational and employment assistance, financial support and purchase of specialist services, recreational activities, advocacy, family and relationship support, referrals, exit planning and aftercare support.

Age

16-21 years

Cost

25% of your salary if you’re working. Depending on the property, you may also need to help pay for utilities like water, electricity and garden maintenance.

Payment

We’ll set up automatic payments from your account, or help you access Youth Allowance from Centrelink.

Beds

Beds available for stays from 1-18 months.

Facilities
  • furnished units or houses with 1- 4 bedrooms each
  • each bedroom has a good quality bed and wardrobe
  • modern kitchen, bathroom, lounge and dining areas
  • food, clothing, appliances and furniture if you need them
  • close to public transport.




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