About Opportunity Pathways
Opportunity Pathways supports social housing clients and their household members to access practical and financial assistance, training and work opportunities to help them prepare for employment, find a job, work more hours or improve their employment options.
We can also help clients to achieve greater housing independence.
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- Coaching and mentoring
- Case management
- Work placements
- Job placements
- On-the-job support
- Housing support
Who can access the service
To be eligible for Opportunity Pathways, you need to be:
- 17 or older and meet the school leaving requirements; and
- Living in public, community or Aboriginal housing
- Receiving a FACS Rent Choice subsidy that helps you pay the rent for up to three years until you become independent
- An approved social housing applicant on the NSW Housing Register.
Joining the program
Opportunity Pathways is available in Orange, Bathurst, Dubbo and Broken Hill. Places are limited.