Community Support Program

Expressions of Interest

Our Expressions of Interest for the CSP are temporarily closed.

Please register your interest by completing the below contact form and once applications re-open a team member will be in contact.


What is the Community Support Program?

The Community Support Program enables families, individuals, communities and businesses to propose humanitarian visa applicants with employment prospects for resettlement in Australia.

Spectrum is approved by the Department of Home Affairs to provide migration assistance and settlement support that includes a pathway to achieving financial self-sufficiency within the first 12 months of being in Australia.

Who can apply?

Proposers can apply for the CSP if the applicants satisfy the following criteria:

  • all requirements to be granted a Global Special Humanitarian (subclass 202) visa
  • are aged between 18 and 50
  • have an offer of employment (or a pathway that leads to employment)
  • from a priority resettlement cohort, as determined by the Department of Home Affairs


What does Spectrum do?

Spectrum provides comprehensive migration and settlement support and assistance in finding employment within the first 12 months of arrival.

why choose spectrum?

Our people listen carefully, respectfully, and with empathy. This helps us to understand the things that are important to you, when services might need to change and when they need to stay the same.
We’ve been providing services to people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds for 35 years. We understand that speaking your language is just the start of the conversation, but it is a great place to start!
We understand and value your culture, because it is ours too.
matching the right people
Our Care Team is committed to ensuring that you receive the services you need by a person who understands and respects you, your values, culture, traditions and concerns.
Our people live our values every day. They work for Spectrum because they want to serve the communities of their own cultural backgrounds.