Thrive is a support program for people living in Aboriginal housing and public housing in WA.
In delivering Thrive, Outcare provides tenancy support, advocacy and advice to help people resolve issues that may be preventing them from sustaining a tenancy, and/or addressing issues impacting their wellbeing. This can include:
- Family and domestic violence
- Relationship breakdowns
- Issues relating to support of children or youth
- Managing visitors and overcrowding
- Money and budgeting problems
- Tenancy and property concerns.
We work with people to create a support plan that is tailored to individual household needs and goals. And we embrace a person-centred approach to help people build the life skills they need to manage their household independently, and participate positively within their community.
Our team help people to develop strategies to grow their capacity and resilience, and to manage their household in a range of circumstances, whether they live individually, as a couple or as a family. We aim for early intervention to support people to identify and tackle problems that are important to them as early as possible.
If you live in public housing or Aboriginal housing in WA and think that Thrive could work for you, please contact Housing Services Officer.