About Settlement Grants
Settlement Grants are an activity under the DSS Families and Communities Program.
Settlement Grants provide support for humanitarian entrants and other eligible migrants in their first five years of life in Australia, with a focus on fostering social and economic participation, personal well-being, independence and community connectedness.
For further information about the types of services and support delivered under Settlement Grants, see Settlement Services Program Guidelines.
From 1 January 2019, Settlement Grants will be known as the Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) program. The program includes two components, SETS – Client Services and SETS – Community Capacity Building.
Current Settlement Grants service providers
Details of current Settlement Grants service providers can be found on the DSS Grant Service Directory, which includes details of new grants commencing on or after 1 March 2015. The Directory can be searched by program name, state/territory, postcode and region, or a combination of these. Results include organisations operating within particular regions as well as those operating nationally or across a state or territory.
The majority of services under Settlement Grants cease on 31 December 2018.