Partner with SPER and assist clients to deal with their debt

The State Penalties Enforcement Agency partners with community organisations and health practitioners to offer a practical way for people to deal with their debt through work and development orders.

A work and development order enables people in hardship to resolve eligible debts by doing relevant courses, attending counselling and treatment programs, or completing unpaid work with an with an approved hardship partner.

Your organisation can get involved and join the program to support clients to work off their debts by doing activities through your service. Your clients may already be doing activities with you that could contribute to resolving their SPER debt!

To find out more, visit this website and reach out to the SPER Hardship Partner team via email.