The program assists recently-arrived (less than 2 years), low-income humanitarian entrants living in the northern suburbs with a range of income management skills and financial literacy levels to overcome financial diversity, encourage participation in their communities, and provide support plans for their medium to long term settlement.

The aim of this program is to help build financial resilience, stability and well-being among those most at risk, suffering social exclusion and disadvantage.

The program will assist by providing emergency relief to meet immediate financial need delivered via case management, budget planning, referral support and workshops to build skills and knowledge of clients.