Tenants’ Advisory Group
Centacare Evolve Housing values the voice of our tenants and we facilitate a Tenants’ Advisory Group (TAG) as a way to gain feedback and help inform us about our service delivery. The Brighton group meets every two months. This group, was established to ensure the perspective of tenants and the community were include in the decisions we are making.
Group members are a key link between tenants, the community and Centacare Evolve Housing.
“If someone had a problem with Centacare Evolve Housing or how it was affecting them I would feel responsible to bring it to this group of TAG, invite them to come to TAG. If they didn’t want to come, I would feel like I could on their behalf to work out a solution.” (Brighton Tenancy Advisory Group member)
Community Development and Engagement Reference Group
The Community Development and Engagement Reference Group provides an opportunity for residents and local services to inform Centacare Evolve Housing’s community engagement and development activities. In the Brighton area, this includes the implementation of the Master Plan. Members include tenants, residents, the local area police command and a range of service providers. The group is critical for us to work collaboratively and in partnership with others in the community.
Inspiring Future Leaders Program: The 2022 Inspiring Future Leaders Program is a capacity building program for local community members to learn the communications skills needed to develop successful community projects. This year we have a focused program around Communications.
Build Up Tassie: This is Centacare Evolve Housing’s construction work readiness program that provides one on one coaching, skill development opportunities and site experience in the Brighton, Derwent Valley and Glenorchy areas. Click here to find out more about the Build Up Tassie program.
Support for clients at risk: Tenants and their families may need support at times to ensure their tenancies are safe and sustainable.
Centacare Evolve Housing’s client support coordination works with tenancies that are at risk due to breach of their Lease Agreement. These situations are often complex and need several services to work together with the aim of supporting families to maintain their tenancy and stay in their home.
The program’s focus is on developing better outcomes across all of the domains that contribute to individual, family and community wellbeing. Our support coordinator provides outreach intervention, develops case plans and facilitates referral pathways to bring key services together.