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Building financial literacy through the Financial Resilience program (Queensland)

Through funding provided by the Queensland Government, Good Shepherd now offers a local service committed to providing support to individuals and families to engage with and improve their financial wellbeing and resilience.

Our Financial Resilience workers are available to you across 20 locations.

This is a joint initiative between Good Shepherd and the Queensland Government.

 

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Key benefits from accessing this free program:

  • access to building financial literacy to better manage your finances
  • understanding safe credit and how to avoid predatory lending that can turn financial hardship into a long-term cycle
  • access to services and affordable credit for essential needs
  • access to our No Interest Loans

 

You are eligible if:

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you live in the Queensland region, and
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have had long-term financial hardship, or
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you are newly vulnerable dealing with hardship for the first time due to the economic effects of the pandemic

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Call us on 1300 006 616 

Monday -Friday

9am – 5pm AEST

Frequently Asked Questions

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