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Do you know your rights and responsibilities as a private renter? More South Australians are renters now than ever before and having the right tools to enter the private rental market is critical to a positive renter experience. We’ve produced “Keys to Renting” - a series of images to guide South Australians through their renting experiences. The series of brightly coloured images are great for first time renters and
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Step by step renting guides - Quite often it can be a daunting task when looking to rent - whether you are a first time tenant or someone who already rents but may be looking to move to another rental property. Shelter SA has produced four simple guides to assist people who are in the rental market. Each step by step guide listed below provides some
Shelter SA - Regional councils and community services directory - One of Shelter SA’s You Tube videos entitled How to find emergency housing support focuses on services available mainly for people living in the metropolitan area. To complement this video, we have produced a comprehensive listing of all South Australian regional councils, community services, and generic homelessness services with links to their respective websites. The Directory is designed
Shelter SA – Information Sharing Guidelines (ISG) appendix - All relevant Government agencies and Non-Government organisations funded by the South Australian Government who provide services to vulnerable people including adults, children, young people and their families - are now obliged to implement an Information Sharing Guide(ISG). To successfully implement an ISG, organisations are required to develop a procedure referred to as an ISG Appendix, Shelter SA's very own
Shelter SA has worked with a local artist, who is living in a boarding house, to make this bright, psychedelic artwork to help residents understand their legal rights. Contact us if you would like printed copies, or print using the link below. Combined posters for printing