Programs & Services

  • Family Services

    Metro Assist supports families focusing on early intervention programs and providing activities including group sessions, short and long-term casework and psychological support.

  • Settlement Services

    Metro Assist provides settlement services to newly arrived migrants, refugees, and humanitarian visa entrants by providing English language skills, education, training, and employment readiness.

  • Tenancy Advice and Advocacy

    The Southern Sydney Tenants Advice and Advocacy Service (SSTAAS) provides free telephone advice, and assistance to private and public housing tenants in the Canterbury-Bankstown Council, Georges River Council, Bayside Council and Sutherland Shire areas.

  • Financial Inclusion

    Metro Assist provides free financial assistance including financial counselling to help manage bills, No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) for low-income earners, Relief Assistance in times of hardship, or Energy Accounts Payment Assistance (EAPA)vouchers for people with short-term financial distress.

  • Employment Support

    Metro Assist’s SkillME program supports migrants and refugees with overseas skills and qualifications to find meaningful employment. ParentsNext supports parents with young children to help prepare them for the workforce through job readiness training and employment services.

  • Dress for Work

    Dress for Work is a program of Metro Assist which provides immediate and practical support to men seeking employment by providing them with clean, appropriate clothing for interviews.

  • Community and Family Events

    Our community team offer a range of evidence based parenting support, skills development and group program for parents, children and young people.

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