On-demand webinar: The effects of SPER debt and how to become a SPER hardship program partner

Unpaid fines can have a domino effect. They can result in increasing debt, loss of driver’s licence or car, and taking money from wages and bank accounts. For people who can’t afford to pay their fines, this can affect their health and wellbeing, relationships and ability to find employment. It also often leads to reoffending.

This free QCOSS webinar looks at the effects of debt, and how community organisations can work with the State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) to become a hardship partner.

Find out more about becoming a SPER hardship partner.