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As the two organisations come together, we will bring the way we work together. For tenant information such as policies and fact sheets, you need to go to the existing Link Housing and Wentworth Community Housing websites until we have an integrated website.

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Annual art exhibition returns to galleries in Sydney

Now in its 6th year, our annual community art exhibition No Place Like Home is returning to gallery spaces across Sydney. This year is very exciting as it is our first No Place Like Home as Link Wentworth. Each year, the exhibition highlights the importance of affordable, safe and secure housing and

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Residents getting involved in their community

As a Link Wentworth resident, there are lots of ways to be involved in your local community and be a voice for other residents. Read below to see two ways you can be involved. Introducing Link Wentworth’s Resilience Committee Written by Susan Lucock and Mary Conyard Hi, we’re Mary and Susan and

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Link Wentworth’s launch at NSW Parliament House

Written by Mary Conyard On Thursday 15 April 2021, I was invited to the official Link Wentworth Housing Launch at NSW Parliament House. When I arrived, the room was full and positive and the staff were helpful in every way—it felt very organised. I thought it was good to sit and have

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Free events in May – Community Calendar

Have a look at the free events below across Greater Sydney and the Blue Mountains. But first, we want to remind you to try something new with the help of the NSW Government’s Dine & Discover vouchers. NSW residents can use $100 in free vouchers at most businesses. This includes: 2 x

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Meet Link Wentworth – Vanessa and Suzanne

Suzanne Community Programs Officer Favourite experience since joining Link Wentworth? At one of the Chatswood end of year parties, all the residents, most of which had never met before, formed a conga line and danced around the room.  Favourite part of your job? It’s lovely to meet our residents, hear their stories

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Street libraries catching on in community housing

Written by John Murray I started building street libraries when a friend and member of a book club asked me to build her one.  Then, I built four street libraries for friends in Baulkham Hills, Killcare, Gerringong, and Pennant Hills. Each library echoes the character of the home. And it helps create

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Housing Assistance services explained by Sebastien

Link Wentworth (formerly Link Housing) launched its Housing Assistance services in December 2018, following the Social Housing Management Transfer from the NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). Largely consisting of products that were previously delivered by DCJ in Northern Sydney, Link Wentworth’s Housing Assistance services are delivered by our Access and

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Housing Assistance for domestic violence victim

In Australia, domestic violence can happen to anyone and the impacts are great. Here, we tell the story of one of our clients, Ms Lydia (nom de plume), a Sydney mother aged 62, who is part of a growing group of Australians recovering from the trauma of domestic violence. Ms Lydia had

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