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Image: Helping People with a housing need

With more emergency and social housing available, along with responsive support, people can move along a pathway to greater independence in housing and all aspects of their lives.

Help for Homelessness or insecure housing: Housing first, Emergency housing grants, more emergency and transitional housing places, faster time to house.

Help for Emergency and transitional housing and Social housing: Housing first, More social houses, faster time to house, community providers in social housing, tailored social support for tenanats, help to relocate from Auckland.

Support with private housing: Help with moving costs to provate rental, bond, letting fees, relocation from Auckland, Case management support and tenancy reviews, Accomodation Supplement for rent and mortgage Housing NZ home ownership support.

Support for Independent private housing: KiwiSaver Homestart and svaings, Housing NZ home ownership support, Kainga whenua, help with moving costs, letting fees, bond, relocation from Auckland. Ends

Image: The diversity of people who need housing support

Information contained in the Social Housing Register shows that people who need housing support are diverse.

Below is an overview of the diversity of people currently on the Social Housing Register:

  • 7 in 10 people are classified as priority A.
  • 4 in 10 people require a one bedroom property.
  • 4 in 10 people are Maori.
  • 4 in 10 people are in Auckland.
  • 1 in 3 people are aged 25-39.
  • Half of the people have one or more children. Ends

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