COVID 19 - We continue to support you. We have NOT reduced our services.
M: 0490 184 979
PO Box 432 Croydon VIC 3136
Corporate One, 84 Hotham Street Preston VIC 3072
Melbourne's East, North, South and West
Open Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm.
Open Weekends, Evening and Public Holidays for Psychosocial Recovery Coaching only
Lifeline 13 11 14
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
Suicide Helpline 1300 651 251
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
Safe Steps Family Violence 24/7 Response 1800 015 188
Direct Line Drug and Alcohol Counselling 1800 888 236
With the Coronavirus outbreak and response evolving rapidly, it is important to get your information from reliable sources:
Don't forget to wash your hands and keep a safe distance.
Beyond Blue - Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service.
Blackdog Institute - Mental health and coronavirus webinar series.
FACE COVID ebook - responding mindfully using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
This way up - free tools and courses
National Debt Helpline - a not-for-profit service with financial counsellors that help people tackle their debt problems.
MyAus COVID-19 - a multilingual mobile app.
Working from home - our tips for community workers working remotely
Services Australia eKit - connecting clients with payments and services
COVID-19 Infection control training – free training for aged care workers
COVID-19 Plan for the Victorian Community Services Sector - updated 1 May
Business continuity planning - a template and tool
Developing a business continuity plan - a guide for NDIS support providers.
Epidemic/Pandemic Policy - adaptable tool.
Information for aged care providers and workers - outbreaks, practice and PPE
Managing the workplace in the face of the outbreak – working from home policy template and checklist.
Workplace guidelines for COVID-19 response - template
COVID 19 and Homelessness - webinar
We respectfully acknowledge that the land we meet on is the traditional lands for the Wurundjeri people, past and present, and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people, as the custodians of the Melbourne region and recognise that their culture and heritage is still important to the Wurundjeri people today.