Staff at the heart of Monte Cecilia’s Pandemic Support for Tenants - “We’re not interested in just their rent, we’re interested in their health and wellbeing.”
Aneta Rangirangi, CEO of Auckland-based Te Whānau Rangimarie, says anxiety linked to isolation is one of the biggest issues families are struggling with under the Covid-19 restrictions.
Susan Jenkins, Executive Officer of Abbeyfield New Zealand, shares these two examples of local connections and kindness, which she says shows the strength of communities when help is needed.
Community housing across New Zealand has moved into unknown
territory due to the COVID-19 Alert level 4 lockdown. It is anticipated
that this will be particularly relevant around the issue of tenant levels
Tai chi, English lessons, parenting courses, employment and mental health consultations – the innovative ways one community housing provider has found to support tenants online during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Martin Pearce, Tenancy Operations Manager at the Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust, talks about the work underway to maintain contact with tenants during the Covid-19 lockdown in New Zealand.
Managing anti-social behaviour (ASB) continues to be an important task, essential in supporting our customers and communities to feel safe during the lockdown.
Income related rent support framework - Supporting our customers experiencing difficulty with rent charges and payments as a direct result of the impact of COVID 19.
One more week of lockdown and then we move to alert level 3, What alert level 3 means, Sector meetings this week, Other resources,
CHRA update, Te Matapihi supporting Māori delivery of essential housing services, Sustaining tenancies update, Free webinar on outbound calling, Invitation to participate: survey on green building design.
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