Tidda supports women with undiagnosed or unsupported disabilities to transition and successfully reintegrate back into the community after leaving prison.
Funded by the of the Sisters of St. John of God, the programs help women to ensure they have access to the knowledge, skills and means they require to live independently.
The Tidda take a multidisciplinary approach to ensure clients receive a diagnosis and access long-term support via NDIS services and plan management. We work alongside people with unmet needs who face a range of barriers cause by physical, psychosocial or neurological disabilities.
Tidda case managers coordinate specialists to ensure long-term support is in place before release and continue to provide ongoing support by assisting clients with accommodation, employment and developing positive relationships with their families including children.
How can I join?
Call us on 6263 8622 or speak with your Transition Manager.
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How can we help?
We can help with things like:
Youth Residential is a residential care program that supports young people with complex needs.
Time to Work Employment Service (TWES)
TWES supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to obtain employment when they leave prison.
Thrive helps public housing tenants, including Aboriginal Housing, who are at-risk of eviction to retain their home.
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