Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS)
The goal of the Settlement Engagement Transition Support Program (SETS) is to support and empower people who arrived as refugee or with an eligible family visa to address their settlement needs in order to improve social participation, economic well-being, independence, personal well-being and community connectedness. This program is funded by our long-standing partner SSI.
MCCGC has a team of dedicated Settlement Caseworkers and Language Support Workers who can assist with:
- Providing settlement-related information, advice, and advocacy
- Connecting with mainstream and other relevant services
- Accessing culturally appropriate physical and mental health services
- Supporting vulnerable women at risk
- Developing English language skills
- Engaging with education and training
- Building employment readiness
- Youth engagement activities and future planning
To refer someone to MCCGC's Settlement service, please complete this form.
Kind words from our SETS clients
“I have been playing with MCCGC program Ready Set Goal for three years and have learned a lot about respect and skills on and off the field. When we are out of the field, Miss Koren Hannah helps people find jobs and study for their driving tests. For me, the program of Koren has been something great.”
17-year-old SETS client from Sudan
“I don't know where to start Ms Koren, you have done a lot of work for me god bless you and MCCGC. Since you arrived to our school, we became one family and friends. I hope you will continue working to help people like us as you know it's really hard to come from different background and start a new life in an educated country like Australia. Thanks a lot, we appreciate it very much.”
19-year-old SETS client from Eritrea
“You are a good and kind Case Worker; you have a passion for your job. You helped my parents in their job seeks appointments, you went with me and my siblings to different universities until we find our career. I am glad to know you and also I appreciate you.”
23-year-old SETS client from Afghanistan
MCCGC recognises that across the country, we all live and work on the unceded lands and waters of First Nations people, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.