Settlement, Engagement & Transition Support (SETS) aims to equip humanitarian entrants and other vulnerable migrants in their first five years in Australia with the knowledge and skills to settle in our region. Clients are given settlement related information advice, advocacy and assistance to access mainstream services that helps them to plan and meet their own needs.
How to access this service
What to bring
- A copy of their current visa
- A notebook and pen
- A list of questions (if they have any)
After your appointment
If you have further questions after your appointment, please contact Hayley again. There is no limit to the amount of questions you ask, or support you require.
Frequently asked questions
What type of support do you offer?
Education, language, access to services, family violence, understanding documents, visa support, health related support, interpreter services, resume writing and interview skills, social support
Do I need a referral?
No, you can contact the service directly
Do you support children?
Yes, and we will help you to get the right assistance for them.
Is there a cost for this service?
I have been in Australia over 5 years, can you please help?
If we can’t assist directly, we will find someone who can.
Do you work with others in the community supporting migrants?
We do. We work work closely together with others to make sure you recieve the right assistance
Page last updated: 10 November 2021