Housing Pathways Support Program

Working together as a community to establish a solid foundation towards independence,
community wellbeing, cultural identity, and healthy Country now and for future generations.

Housing Pathways Support Program

In 2022 RRKAC received funding from the Northwest Aboriginal Housing Fund to establish a Housing Pathway Support Program (HPSP) to build the capacity of Aboriginal people to move towards homeownership.

The aim of the Program is to support 28 families, at any one time, over a three-year period to provide tailored support services to progress low to moderate income participants towards home ownership, private rental, and other progressive options such as shared-equity home ownership. The Program runs in the Greater Karratha area – Karratha, Roebourne, and Wickham, and not only supports Robe River Kuruma People, but also the broader Aboriginal community.

The Program is centred around five social objectives which are:

Financial Literacy



School Attendance

Household Management

The program was officially launched in August 2022 and to date has supported two separate families to purchase their own home in December 2022, with two more families moving towards purchasing their homes.

Read about Dannika’s story here

To join the waiting list for the Housing Pathways Support Program, Register your interest through this link, come into the office, or call 9185 5005.

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