e-Blast: Tenants Queensland COVID-19 Tenant/Resident Support and Analysis Project. 

November 13, 2020

Republished from Queensland Disability Network

 

  • Are you a tenant or resident with disability, and have a renting problem that has been caused by COVID-19?
  • Have you stopped working or been working less because of COVID-19? 
  • Are you struggling to pay the rent? 
  • Do you owe rent?

Tenants Queensland is an organisation that helps people with renting problems.

Tenants Queensland has received funding from the Queensland Government Department of Housing and Public Works to deliver the COVID-19 Tenant/Resident Support and Analysis Project.

This is a six month project to help renters living across Queensland with COVID-19 related tenancy problems.

QDN is working with Tenants Queensland to help people with disability with renting problems caused by COVID-19. You can contact Lou Abson at QDN on 1300 363 783 or by email at labson@qdn.org.au if you need help with a renting problem caused by COVID-19.

The project will run until 31 March 2021.

If you have a problem with your tenancy that is not caused by COVID-19, you can contact QLD Statewide Tenant Advice and Referral Service (QSTARS) on 1300 744 263.

Queensland Disability Network

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