A-Z Services

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9


  • A Gesture
  • Courses in: Warehousing, General Education, ESL, Transition Education and Forklift Licensing, School Based Apprenticeships.

  • AA - Victoria
  • AA supports people to address their Alcohol related issues.

  • ABODE - Homeless Program
  • "Homeless program ABODE Homeless assist, health checks, advice, support & advocacy. REFERRAL ONLY. Referral through First Response  

    Our Mission

    Abode Services' mission is to end homelessness by assisting low-income, un-housed people, including those with special needs, to secure stable, supportive housing; and to be advocates for the removal of the causes of homelessness."

    All information was obtained from http://www.melbourne.homeless.org.au

  • Adolescent Health Clinic
  • "Children's Specialist Outpatient Clinics and Adolescent Health Service provide care for children and young people aged between 0-18 years.

    We see young adults (between 15 and 25 years old) in our Young Adults Diabetes Service (YADS).

    We provide:

    • Medical clinics for general medical follow up including newborns who spent time in the Special Care Nursery, developmental and behaviour screening and neurology

    • Surgical clinics for general surgical, orthopaedics (fractures), plastic surgery and Ear, Nose and Throat surgery

    • Endocrine clinics for diabetes (YADS) and children’s growth

    • Allied Health clinics for hips, hand therapy, dietetics and autism assessment"

    All information was obtained from www.wh.org.au

  • African Program
  • The service opperates out of Flemington and St Albans. The African Program; provides peer support and mentoring specific activities include referral, information sessions, mentoring of organisations, Homework club, sporting & recreational activities and family liaison.

  • AiGTS Australian Industry Group Training Scheme
  • Providing employment and training for apprentices and trainees.

  • Al-Anon Family Groups
  • "Meetings for families and friends who share their experience, strength and hope whose   lives have been affected by someone they love who has a drinking problem.   Anonymity and confidentiality is observed."
    All information was obtained from http://www.al-anon.org/australia/contact

  • Altona Super Clinic
  • General Practitioners experienced in working with refugees and asylum seekers.

  • AMES Community Assistance Support
  • Asylum seekers on bridging visas with high levels of vulnerability.

  • AMES Employment
  • Job Services Australia: CALD employment specialist service.

  • AMES English Classes
  • English Classes available to new arrivals.

  • AMES Humanitarian Settlement Services
  • Humanitarian Settlement Services (HSS) in partnership with New Hope Foundation.

  • Aplus
  • APlus RTO provides training opportunities for Australian Apprentices and Trainees. We provide a range of services to ensure you successfully achieve your vocational training and educational goals. The training services offered include on-the-job and/or off-the-job training and classroom based workshops.

  • Apprenticeships Group Australia
  • As a not-for-profit organisation, AGA’s focus has always been primarily on meeting the needs of the young people that we train and employ. We have always set the bar high for ourselves. We believe that it is possible to offer a complete apprenticeship service to both apprentice/trainee and employers – a service which simultaneously develops the individual to their full potential, while meeting the dynamic and changing needs of our employers.

    Information obtained from their website www.agaustralia.com.au


  • Apprenticeships Melbourne
  • Australian Apprenticeships (often referred to as apprenticeships or traineeships) are available to anyone of working age.

    You do not need a secondary school certificate or other qualification to be able to do an Australian Apprenticeship.

    You can do an Australian Apprenticeship if you are a school-leaver, re-entering the workforce or as an adult worker simply wishing to change careers.

    You can even begin your Australian Apprenticeship while you're still at school finishing Years 11 and 12.

    Australian Apprenticeships offer opportunities for you to train, study and earn an income at a variety of qualification levels in most occupations as well as in traditional trades.

    As an Australian Apprentice you can combine time at work with training, and can be either full-time, part-time or school-based.

    When you finish your Australian Apprenticeship, you will have a nationally recognised qualification that can take you anywhere in Australia and one that is held in high regard in many overseas countries as well."

    All information was obtained from www.appsmelb.com.au


  • Asylum Seeker Resource Centre - Footscray
  • Provides services/programs for newly arrived residence.

  • Asylum Seeker Resource Centre - West Melbourne
  • Provider of all relevant support services for asylum seekers, including legal assistance with applications for protection visas, comprehensive health care clinic, mentoring programs, orientation tours, vocational training, employment pathways, food bank, community meals. Caseworker refers to programs internal and external to ASRC.  Travel tickets can be given to attend ASRC and other appointments.

  • ATEL Apprentices Trainees Employment Limited
  •  "ATEL AusNAC has fast become a leader in the AAC industry and prides itself on providing accurate and expedient service to RTO’s, Employers, Trainee’s and Apprentices.

    ATEL AusNAC offers tailored partnership arrangements and has extensive experience in catering to the needs of both large and small businesses across all industry and vocational sectors.
    Our staff are well trained and maintain up to date knowledge across all areas of the Australian Apprenticeships Program; assisting all partners maximise benefits and successful outcomes.
    ATEL AusNAC works closely with STA's, DEEWR and other government departments ensuring best practice, consistency and ease of access to the program."

    All information was obtained from www.atel.com.au


  • Audio Media Program
  • So you want to be a Sound Engineer, you want to make Hot Beats, you want to Produce Music?  Come and get familiar with music making tools and gear.  Transport available from Melton Youth Services, departing 4.00pm, returning 7.00pm.

  • AusNAC
  • Australian Apprenticeship Centre delivering apprenticeship information about training, traineeships and apprenticeships.

  • Australian Vietnamese Welfare Service Resource Centre
  • Youth workers, counselling, housing & alcohol issues, outreach in St Albans

  • Australian Vietnamese Women's Association
  • Offer a range of services including womens programs, community engagement and access to community resources/facilties


  • Baptcare Family Services: Baptist Community Care
  • Foster care, in home family support, support for parents & children living With mental health issues, support for families caring for a child with a disability, support for children with disabilities.

  • BGT Employment Training and Youth Services
  • "BGT is a community based company in Ballarat who places apprentices and trainees within a range of small and large businesses, providing them with all their employment services. BGT is also a registered training organisation, that helps businesses upskill their staff or for people looking to gain that qualification."

     All information was obtained from  www.bgt.org.au


  • Brookside College - Caroline Springs
  • "Learning at Brookside P-9 College will be enhanced by a blend of traditional and innovative teaching styles together with additional learning experiences gained through a variety of enrichment programs. We will focus on the delivery of a differentiated curriculum, which enables us to cater for individual needs.

    We aim to specialise in a number of curriculum areas offering:

    •    ICT classes across all year levels
    •    Individual Netbook program Y7-9
    •    ‘State of the art’ learning facilities - comprehensive ICT resources in every classroom; laptop banks; interactive whiteboards in all classrooms
    •    Science program for Grade 5&6 students
    •    Literacy and numeracy support/extension classes
    •    High-achieving sports program for students
    •    Specialised Arts programs from Prep to Year 9
    •    Comprehensive camping program across the school
    •    Student welfare support staff in both primary and secondary areas
    •   A safe and secure learning environment

    The school's philosophy will be firmly based on the belief that every student has the ability to learn.  This stresses the development of initiative, integrity and self discipline through a structured Student Wellbeing Policy which incorporates positive and non-discriminatory relationships and is governed by clear expectations of members of the whole school community.  The school believes that each student's happiness, confidence, feelings of security and sense of belonging are dependent upon an environment where all members are considerate, respectful and courteous to each other."

    All information was obtained www.brooksidecollege.vic.edu.au

  • Brookside Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Brotherhood Youth Employment Project
  • "Provides industry - school - community forums, industry taster programs and customised training and work placement, with access to a wide range of trades. Employability skills and careers identification program with work experience and apprenticeship/traineeship employment prospects at completion

    Our work with young people began with the efforts of Father Gerard Tucker, the Brotherhood’s founder, who worked to find accommodation for unemployed young men in the 1930s, so they could gain work and build better lives.

    We continue to work for an Australia where all young people can stay engaged in learning, achieve their educational goals, find meaningful employment and live a fulfilling life, whether they’re from a refugee family, from a household struggling with poverty, or facing other difficulties."

    All information was obtained from http://www.bsl.org.au/about-the-brotherhood/contact-us/


  • Cairnlea Community Hub
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre. Homework & Writing Help - assistance with school homework and projects. Improve your maths and writing skills.

  • Cana Catholic Primary School
  • "Cana Catholic Primary School is located in the suburb of Hillside.  Cana opened in 2004 and is the third Catholic primary school in the Parish of Sacred Heart / Emmaus where a strong link between the Parish and school is valued and nurtured.

    Cana is a “Faith and Learning Community” where our students, staff and families work together in partnership.  Together we aim to provide a desire for lifelong learning and as a Catholic primary school we believe the Eucharist is our foundation which informs every aspect of our work: academic, social, emotional and spiritual."

    All information was obtained from www.canahillside.catholic.edu.au

  • Carers Links West - Young Carer 'At Risk' Respite Program
  • Support for young carers to find balance between caring responsibilities, education commitments and time for themselves.

  • Caroline Chisholm Society
  • "Face to face counselling, telephone counselling, free pregnancy test, supported crisis accommodation (extrememly limited), in home family support, alternating groups on parenting & depression, material aid - baby goods.The Caroline Chisholm Society provides free and confidential help to:

    • expectant mothers,
    • sole parents with at least one child under primary school age, and
    • two parent families with at least one child under primary school age.

    The Caroline Chisholm Society is a professional agency of social and community workers, service support staff and volunteers, who offer pregnancy counselling and support, material aid and family support.  The Society provides services that respond to the needs of families and supports them to achieve and maintain a safe and nurturing environment."  All information obtained from  www,carolinechisholmsociety.com.au 

  • Caroline Springs Police Station
  • Victoria Police provides policing services to the Victorian community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, working to keep over 5.7 million Victorians safe.
         Victoria Police is a large organisation employing more than 17,000 staff.

    Police officers and protective services officers are supported in their roles by public service professionals who work as administrators, managers and specialists in a range of functions such as legal services, accounting and forensic sciences.

    Effective frontline response service delivery is provided through 54 Police Service Areas (PSAs), split across 21 divisions within four regions - North West Metro, Southern Metro, Eastern and Western. These regional boundaries correspond with those of other Victorian government departments, enhancing cross-department service delivery, particularly in the area of emergency management.

    Victoria Police operates under the Victorian Police Act 2013.

  • Casual Play - Caroline Springs
  • Play on the basketball courts with your friends. BYO ball or you can borrow one with photo ID. Must wear non marking shoes.

  • Catholic Regional College - Caroline Springs
  • "Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs is one of five Colleges which forms what is called the Federation of Catholic Regional College. The other 7-10 Colleges are located at St Albans and North Keilor, while Melton is a 7-12 College. Our students, once completing their compulsory years of schooling at Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs, then have the unique opportunity to attend Catholic Regional College Sydenham which offers an extensive range of VCE, VET and VCAL options.

    Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs, as a recent addition to the Federation, is a College that is about faith, learning and community. As our motto, Live Fully – Act Justly reflects, our vision is to provide students with every opportunity to make the most of what life has to offer, to strive to be their very best and, in doing all that, remember to be just to themselves and to others.

    We ensure that the curriculum and programmes offered at the College also reflect the values embedded in our motto. A student-centred approach to learning that ensures that all students are given every opportunity to reach their potential is the basis of our rich, diverse and faith centred learning environment.

    As you explore our site I hope that you gain an understanding of the new and exciting developments that are taking place as we continue to grow and that you are excited and enthused by the opportunities that the College has to offer."

    All information was obtained from www.crccs.catholic.edu.au

  • Catholic Regional College - Melton
  • "CRC Melton offers a broad curriculum for all its students.  In years 7 – 10 the curriculum is in line with the VELS and working towards the introduction of the Australian Curriculum.  The subjects include the core subjects from the VELS curriculum with a variety of elective choices. Post year 10 the college offers pathways both into VCE and VCAL/VET (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning and Vocational Education and Training).  At VCE a wide range of subjects is available.

    Technology in the classroom is a continuing priority with access to computer technology for year 7 – 9 students using laptop trolleys and computer laboratories.  All Year 10, 11 and 12 students have ipads to assist with their learning.

    Two LOTE subjects are offered, Italian and Indonesian, compulsory at year 7 for one semester each and then by choice in year 8.

    We support our students with their learning through literacy, numeracy and reading comprehension support in years 7 and 8 in particular, and also in our Student Services Group for particular needs.  Our MASP extension learning program works to extend students in their learning where needed. Also our ESL program works to build the language skills of our ESL students. "

    All information was obtained from http://www.crcmelton.com.au


  • CELAS Hernando Albornoz (Spanish Youth Support)
  • Case work and advocacy for Spanish Speaking families.

  • Centrelink Office - Melton
  • Income support, referral to Job Service Australia, English Literacy and Social Work Service

  • Centrelink Office - Newport
  • Financial, Employment and educational assistance.

  • Centrelink Office - Taylors Lakes
  • Income support, referral to Job Service Australia, English Literacy and Social Work Service

  • Child First (DHS)
  • Initial assesment of family needs and risks to determine eligibility for family services. Provides information and referral, initial support and assistance, access to local Family Service and collaborate with community Based Child Protection worker.

  • Child Protection Services
  • Responsible for protecting young people from abuse and violence and investigating reports of abuse

  • Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School
  • "We endeavour to create a learning community where the Parish, teachers, students and their families work in partnership to lay the foundation for a life long journey in learning and faith development.

    Our goal to develop fully the talents and capacities that will eventually form the basis of a successful adult life.

    We believe that students should:

    • attain high standards of knowledge, skills and understanding through a comprehensive and balanced curriculum encompassing all areas of the curriculum.

    • attain the skills of Numeracy and English literacy; so that, every student should be numerate, able to read, write, spell and communicate at an appropriate level

    • participate in activities which foster and develop resilience and skills which will allow them maximum flexibility and adaptability in the future."

    All information was obtained from www.cpcarolinesprings.catholic.edu.au

  • Coburns Primary School
  • "To create enthusiastic and creative life long learners, who will reach their potential, and strive for excellence. 
    We will achieve this in an atmosphere of co-operation and respect.
    Coburn Primary School will develop in students the following qualities:
    Confidence, persistence, organisation, resilience and getting along."

    All information was obtained from http://www.coburnps.vic.edu.au

  • Community Programs - YWCA Victoria
  • Services for women including childcare, training, mentoring programs & in-school programs.

  • Community Transition Support Program
  • Partnership brokerage to improve post school outcomes for young people

  • Community West Inc
  • Legal Advice & Casework, Community Legal Education, Law Reform & Advocacy. Drop in clinics are by appointment only.

  • ConnectEDspace
  • What is connectEDspace?

    connectEDSpace is a website provided by Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) to help you – young people – to help you get all the info you need to deal with the stuff you go through each day. 

    It provides knowhows (tipsheets), news and useful links to help you manage problems and issues such as bullying, relationships, stress and mental health, and conflict with parents. connectEDspace also lets you ask us questions, share your stories, do quizzes and take some time out with our connect-up game.

    Who are we?

    RAV is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation providing specialist family and relationship support services. We have no religious affiliations, and our services are for all members of the community, regardless of their religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances.

    Our vision is for positive, safe and respectful relationships for couples, families, schools, workplaces and communities.

    How can we help?

    Being young can be tough. It’s a time of lots of change – both physical and emotional - when you’re growing up and trying to find your place in the world.

    When all these changes are happening, lots of other issues and tricky times can come up, such as trouble with your identity, challenging times at school, relationship and friendship difficulties, and mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.

    The good news is there are heaps of resources and organisations around to give you the knowledge you need, and put in you in touch with people to help you get through these difficult times.

    Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) is one of these organisations.

    We work with children and young people to help them to overcome the challenges they may face. We do this through a diverse range of support services that are there to meet your needs. Our services are for everyone - regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances.


    Our counsellors can help you and your family through difficult life events, such as separation and divorce, experiences of family violence, mental or emotional health difficulties or any relationship issue that is worrying you or making you stressed.

    We can work with you and your family in a supportive capacity to build informed solutions to the issues you are facing. This means that we talk to you about what you need, and help you to use your strengths to come up with ways to manage what you’re going through.

    Specialised programs for young people

    • i-Connect: Family Mental Health Support Service in East Gippsland
    • I like, like you: A healthy relationships programs for schools

    We provide services from 12 centres in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. 

    Find out more

    Call us on 1300 364 277 to talk to us about how we can help. Or contact your nearest centre directly by visiting our RAV website.

    If you need urgent help, visit need help now.

  • Cooking with Gas
  • A free hospitality training program that Melton City Council Youth Services delivers for disengaged young men and women aged 15 to 25 years.  The participants who graduate the 12 week program attain a Certificate I in Hospitality Kitchen Operations.

  • Creekside College - Caroline Springs
  • Creekside K-9 College was officially established on January 1st, 2012 following the disaggregation of Caroline Springs College. Creekside is in its seventh year and has grown very quickly to now accommodate over 1500 students.

    The principal class team comprises a Principal and three Assistant Principals. Besides the team of Leading Teachers, teaching staff are predominately in the Graduate or Accomplished experience range. To support this staffing profile, each year level group of staff, headed up by a Leading Teacher, is organised as a Professional Learning Community and operates as such.

    The college has an Early Years/ Middle Years structure. While the school accommodates some 1500 students, it operates on a split timetable of Early Years and Middle Years. The welfare benefits to students, particularly at break times are that students are only able to associate with relative peers. The students make use of the canteen, sporting fields, play equipment and other areas of the school with half the school still in classroom settings.

    All students are organised in home groups with all cohorts being clustered in defined learning spaces. Years 7 – 9 are organised into home groups that remain in the same room, with teachers moving between rooms. They will only be in different locations when involved in Science, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Robotics, Food Technology and Physical Education. Year 9 students are offered an elective program in preparation for their year 10 experience.

    Student wellbeing is a priority of the college and is supported by two student counsellors, a secondary nurse, the school nurse, a Leading Teacher – Student Wellbeing, PSD Co-ordinator and Assistant Principal – Engagement and Wellbeing. A Multidisciplinary Wellbeing Team oversees student referrals based on behavioural issues, academic progress and PSD needs. Education Support Staff provide student support under the guidance of both the teachers and the PSD Co-ordinator.

    Buildings and grounds have been extensively developed to ensure that learning and recreational areas provide the best possible environments. A large number of portable classrooms have been required and have been further enhanced by cover ways and gardens. The spacious grounds include artificially grassed areas as well as courts and asphalted areas for games and recreation. The college has erected shade sails over passive play areas. A Wellbeing group involving parents, students and staff was established in 2010 to consider ongoing, sustainable environment improvements.

    The college is developing connections with the community with varied degrees of success. The Parents and Friends Association was reinstated at the end of the 2011 school year, however membership is still low. The Creekside K-9 College School Council has now met officially formed the following subcommittees: Education, Finance, Grounds and Maintenance.

  • CVGT - Melton
  • Our offices are staffed by local people with local knowledge. We manage state and Australian government employment programs and we always deliver to you the best result, no matter which CVGT service you choose.

    We provide employers with work-ready people. We support apprentices and trainees.
    We nurture people with disability. We ensure job seekers become employed.
    We assist with staff retention. We encourage Indigenous learning and employment programs.

    All information was obtained from https://www.cvgt.com.au/about-us/


  • Delahey Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • DHS Child Protection Service Unit
  • Meeting the needs of children and making sure they are safe in the family.

  • Diggers Rest Family Services Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Diggers Rest Primary School
  • Diggers Rest Primary School is a small community school that provides a caring, family-friendly learning environment. The school has fabulous facilities that are the envy of local schools. Set on a large allotment, the school has modern buildings surrounding a central courtyard.

    Features of Our School

    Excellent physical education and sports programs

    Computer and Internet facilities in all grades

    Caring learning environment

    Small class sizes

    Extension and special assistance programs to meet the needs of all children

    Active after school community (free sport program after school twice a week)

    A range of activities held throughout the year that are fun and educational such as clubs and whole school theme days

    Fair and constructive discipline policy

    Well resourced library and art rooms

    Picturesque rural setting

  • Disability Case Management - Yooralla

    Yooralla provides Support Coordination services that assist you to find the right providers and coordinate a range of supports, both funded and mainstream. Working with you and your support network, we can assist you to explore your options, develop resilience in your own network and community, to resolve points of crisis and to build on informal supports.

    All information was obtained from www.yooralla.com.au


  • Disability Day Service First Base - Yooralla
  • "Yooralla's Community Hubs provide day services to adults and young people to support a range of lifestyle skills and to promote choice and independence.

    Support is offered on a long-term basis and are planned to complement the individual’s existing informal supports – such as family, friends and other community members - to maximise opportunities for participation within the community.

    The Community Hubs provide a range of activities and programs facilitated within Yooralla premises or within the community."

    All information was obtained from www.yooralla.com.au

  • Disability Employment Services Provider - WCIG
  • Job Network for people wanting to find a job

  • Disability Employment Services Provider: Jobs West- Taylors Lakes
  • "JOBS WEST is a Specialised Employment Service that assists people with a disability or someone referred from Centrelink to become active members of the workforce. JOBS WEST has been helping people find and maintain employment since 1986."

    All information was obtained from www.jobs-west.com.au

  • Disability Employment Services Provider: Wesley Mission
  • For job seekers looking for work that have a disability

  • Disability Services - DHS
  • Online Directory of service providers across Victoria  who work with people with disabilities

  • Disability Services for Students
  • Disability services to support students with a disability enrolled at Victoria University TAFE.

  • Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services
  • Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services providers arrange of services to the local community.

    -Pre-accredited and Accredited training
    -Language and Literacy Programs
    -L2P Learner Driver Program
    -Spring Board
    -Community House Programs
    -School Focused Youth Services
    -A community Garden
    -Community VCAL


  • Djerriwarrh Community House
  • "Djerriwarrh Community House  is a place where people of all abilities, backgrounds and ages can come to:

    • Meet, talk and make friends
    • Develop new skills
    • Engage in lifelong learning and further study
    • Volunteer
    • Be involved in community events
    • Find out about other local services or activities
    • Join a class or support group
    • Take up an activity for fun and enjoyment."
    All information was obtained from www.www.djerriwarrh.org.au

    Djerriwarrh has a number of activties and user groups accessing the Centre for more information please contact Reception on 8746 1000


  • Djerriwarrh Health Services - Bacchus Marsh Hospital
  • The following services are provided at this site:

    All Information was obtained from www.djhs.com.au

  • Djerriwarrh Health Services - Caroline Springs
  • The Caroline Springs Site offers arrange of  Specialist, Allied & Community Health services including Counselling.

    For further information please call 9361 9300

  • Djerriwarrh Health Services - Melton
  • Djerriwarrh Health Services provides arrange of services to the local coomunity under the banner of Allied & Community Health.

    For more information on the services delivered at the Melton site please phone 8746 1100


  • Djerriwarrh Health Services - Melton Health
  • "Urgent Care provides a “walk-in” service for patients with urgent but not life threatening medical conditions. All patients who present to the service are triaged according to the Australasian Triage Scale and seen in order of medical priority. All patients are referred back to their nominated General Practitioner for ongoing treatment."

    All information was obtained from www.djhs.com.au

  • Drug Health Services (formally DASWest)
  • Early intervention and prevention, counselling and support, specialist home and residential withdrawal units and pharmacotherapy programs.

  • Duke Street Community House
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.


  • EACH Employment
  • Disability Employment Services Provider

  • Eating Disorder Foundation Victoria Helpline
  • "Confidential phone service providing eating disorder information and advice.The joining of a group of people who have common needs or problems, whose purpose is to draw upon the support, caring, resources and skills of all group members for the benefit of all.

    They provide an opportunity for information sharing, increased understanding and peer support. They allow people to discuss and share their lived experience and emotions and to develop new strategies in a safe and supportive environment. Support groups aim to break the isolation, fear and stigma attached to a particular issue by offering support and understanding. It is different in many senses to a therapy group, information group or developmental group.

    Support groups are open, unstructured in format and agenda and reactive to group needs.

    EDV Support groups do not provide professional advice, medical advice, nutritional advice, counselling, crisis management or case management."

    All information  was obtained from  www.eatingdisorder.org.au

  • Electra Street Residential Rehabilitation Service (Mind Australia)
  • Mind Australia's Residential Rehabilitation Services offer residential environments for people aged between 16 and 65 who have a mental health problem and need additional support.

  • Elevate - Scripture Union Victoria
  • "Works with churches and volunteers to operate 'Elevate' schools program in both primary and secondary schools. 'Elevate' programs offer opportunities to develop life skills, community service and leadership skills. Programs are designed for each school to meet specific needs. School staff can access programs by contacting Metro West Schools Coordinator."

    All information was obatined from www.suvic.org.au

  • Exford Primary School
  • Exford Primary School was opened on July 1, 1902 under the name of Exford Estate School and in 2002, our community celebrated the school’s centenary.

    Exford is a small and vital school, which has the unique attraction of being able to offer individual attention for all children, as well as being very well-resourced.  We offer all the advantages of a small, semi-rural school environment, whilst having the latest technology and staff who are committed to supporting our students to be their best.

    Exford is set in attractive gardens; our students are actively involved in planting and learning about sustaining our environment and we have a strong community commitment to caring for our grounds. 

    The school is located on Exford Road, six kilometres from Melton South within the Shire of Melton boundaries, on a 1.2-hectare site surrounded by farming land.  We are approximately 5 km from the new Eynesbury estate.  The majority of our students travel from the Melton area, with other families coming from Exford, Eynesbury and Strathtulloh.

    Our families articulate that Exford is a school of choice, and that they are committed to travelling the further distance to bring their students to our school.  When asked, our parent community identify the strong emphasis on courtesy, values, student resilience and personal and interpersonal learning fostered by our programs as being important reasons for selecting Exford for their children. 

    Parents seek the high quality educational program offered by the school as evidenced by the:

    • Personal and family oriented atmosphere
    • Personalised learning programs, supported by small class sizes for all year levels
    • Successful transition program with pre-schools  and Secondary colleges
    • Commitment of the students, staff and parents
    • Effective and friendly communication within the  school community
    • Individual caring and support for all students

    Parental participation and involvement engenders pride, warmth, a sense of belonging and a strong partnership between home and school.

    We have a current enrolment of 192 students (May  2012) and anticipate a projected growth of up to 20 % over the next 3 years.

    Exford Primary School is committed to sharing achievements and caring for each child’s development.  Each student’s progress is regularly communicated to parents through informal chats, information sessions, Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences, and written reports.  The school enjoys the strong support and respect of the parent and local Exford community, School Council and staff.


  • Fair Work Ombudsman
  • We're here to help you understand your rights and responsibilities at work.

    We work with employees, employers and the community to educate and encourage compliance with Australia's workplace laws.

  • Family Planning Action Centre
  • "Our Action Centre provides sexual and reproductive health services for people under 25. You will find it on Level 1, 94 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne (near Flinders St Station).

    As well as providing a range of health care and education services for young people, our Action Centre offers training in sexual and reproductive health care and education for health and allied health professionals."

    All information was obtained from www.fpv.org.au

  • Family Planning Victoria (YAK)
  • Our services include:

    • contraception
    • fertility information
    • women's health
    • Pap tests
    • pregnancy choices information and support 
    • sexual health counselling for people with a disability
    • screening and certification for sex workers
    • sexual health services for young people
    • STI testing
    • vaccinations.

  • First Response (Western Region Health Centre)
  • First Response at 215 Nicholson Street, Footscray is for people with mental health problems who have difficulty accessing health services.

    This is an appointment free service where clients see a social worker to explore their recovery, health and wellbeing options, and can access other health professionals such as a Doctor, Physiotherapist, Podiatrist, and health workers, and Centrelink officers.

  • Footscray Community Legal Centre Inc
  • The refugee legal service provides free legal assistance to clients of refugee backgrounds.

  • Foundation House
  • "The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture Inc. (also known as Foundation House) provides services to people of refugee backgrounds in Victoria who have experienced torture or other traumatic events in their country of origin or while fleeing those countries."

    All information was obtained from www.foundationhouse.org.au


  • Gatehouse Centre
  • Assessment and treatment of child abuse and sexual abuse

  • Gforce Employment Solutions
  • Providing employment and training for apprentices and trainees.

  • Gilson College (Foundation - Year 12)
  • "Principal's Message

    Is the writing on the wall for Christianity?

    Recently I have noticed that there is an insidious attempt to remove all evidences of Christianity from the public domain.  This is taking place in two main areas firstly the Middle East – the birthplace of Christianity.  Here we are seeing ‘religious cleansing’ taking place on a massive scale.  Taking place in a manner that can only be described as barbaric. Taking place largely without any media attention to the religious nature of the conflicts.

    The second area under attack, are the western countries where Christianity has for centuries provided the soil from which democracy, free speech and liberty of conscience have flourished and developed to their greatest extent.  This attack is more subtle than the rather ham-fisted middle eastern events.  Often cloaked under the guise of being open-minded, liberal or simply trying to be fair these attacks against Christianity still run the very real risk of destabilising our communities.

    Springs Charter Schools in California recently removed a bundle of books from their libraries due to their Christian content – claiming that it violated the First Amendment.  This included the classic piece of literature known as The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom.  This book is an amazing account of life during the Second World War and it is a masterpiece of writing that beautifully contrasts the themes of brutality and forgiveness.

    When questioned various education personnel from the school system offered feeble explanations for this censorship referring to the books as ‘sectarian materials.’  This ensures that their students are now poorer by restricting their access to materials that have a message with positive values and provide hope in an age of hopelessness.

    When we simply try to fill the head and empty the heart we do a great disservice to our young people. California has tried this before. In the 1960s the latest fad was ‘value-free education.’  The link between that original experiment and young people engaging in at-risk behaviour is now more widely understood. Regrettably when the same philosophy is dressed up in different clothes some fail to recognise it.

    The importance of values and a spiritual basis in education is illustrated by the fact that the system of schools that supplied the students for that original ‘value-free’ environment eventually collapsed.  One of the veteran educators involved more recently reflected on the experiment and stated that he believed he and his colleagues owed the nation’s parents an apology.

    So will all traces of Christianity be removed from our western societies?  God has left his footprints in many, many places that the discerning person can still find. You can find evidence in the delicate design of the small flower. You can see incredible majesty in the galaxies above. You will find support in language and literature. You will see the changed lives of people who have recognised that when they acknowledge the Creator they have a mission and purpose.

    Oh and by the way, the expression “the writing’s on the wall” – it comes from the Bible in the book of Daniel Chapter 5.  The theme of that book is that there is Someone who ‘changes the times and the seasons; who can remove kings and raise up kings. Someone who can give wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who want understanding.’  When it all looks hopeless on this planet or in your life – there is Someone.


    It’s worth a thought.


    Mark B Vodéll Principal"

    All information was obtained from www.gilson.vic.edu.au

  • Good Shepherd Community House
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre that provides counselling, one on one support and activities for young people


  • Handbrake Turn
  • Automotive training for young people at risk.

  • Headspace - Craigieburn
  • headspace Craigieburn is a health service specifically for young people aged 12 to 25, their families and friends. We provide a range of no or low cost health and wellbeing services just for young people.

    You can come to headspace Craigieburn if you or someone you know

    • are worried about mental health
    • want support or advice about your physical health
    • have issues or difficulties with something in your life
    • need work and/or study support
    • are using drugs and alcohol and want to chat about this or 
    • are going through a tough time and don't know who to chat to

  • Headspace - Sunshine
  • Here at headspace Sunshine we offer young people access to a range of youth-friendly health professionals who can help you with:

    • mental health & counselling
    • alcohol & other drug services
    • general health
    • education and employment opportunities & other services.

    If you or someone you know is having a tough time why not try talking to someone about how you have been feeling? headspace is a great place to start! 
    You can talk to an intake worker about making an appointment by calling 9927 6222. 
    You can ask your GP, teacher or community agency worker about making a referral to headspace Sunshine.

    headspace Sunshine is open to anyone who is 12-25 years old and needs some assistance with these issues.  If you think one of your friends, brothers, sisters, cousins, your children or students could use this kind of support, please pass on this information to them. Or, ask to speak to our intake about how they could access the right service.

    Opening hours are 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. 
    We are open  
    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after hours until 8pm by appointment only. We are also open Saturday 9am-12pm by appointment only.…


    This information

  • Headspace - Werribee

    headspace Werribee is here to support young people aged 12 - 25 who are going through a tough time. Are you or someone you know:

    • feeling down, stressed or can't stop worrying
    • having difficulties with your family or friends
    • want to talk about sexuality, gender identiy or relationships
    • finding it hard to deal with school, uni or work
    • wanting to cut down drinking or other drug use
    • being bullied, hurt or harassed

    Why not try talking to someone about what's going on? headspace Werribee is a great place to start! Our friendly workers can offer support with difficult feelings, relationships, family life, social connections, coping with stress and physical wellbeing. headspace Werribee run a range of free and fun groups young people can join and learn valuable skills too.

    All services at headspace Werribee are free. All you have to do to make an appointment is give us a call on (03) 8001 2366. You can call yourself or anyone can make an appointment on your behalf. You are welcome to bring a support person to the appointment too.

  • Heathdale Christian College - Melton
  • Heathdale provides schooling from Kindergarten right through to Year 12 over our two campuses, Werribee and Melton. With over 1300 students, we aim to cater for the educational needs of the community in the Werribee and Melton Regions of Melbourne.

    Heathdale is a non-denominational, co-educational Christian College that offers excellence in a comprehensive Christ centred style of schooling.

    The concepts of education and schooling are quite distinct. We believe parents have the responsibility of educating their children and that as a College we provide the opportunities parents are looking for to properly educate their children.

    We like to foster the idea and practice that Heathdale is a place where school and home work together as partners, to nurture children in the Lord. Heathdale has its basis in the Christian faith and offers values and a moral outlook on life consistent with that faith.

    Enrolment is open for all the community as long as applicants are willing to participate fully in Heathdale's program. We invite your questions either by way of this web site or you may like to make an appointment to take a tour of our campuses.

    I am sure you will find that our Heathdale community has a happy and inviting atmosphere.

    Thank you again for your interest.

    Mr Reynald Tibben


  • Hillside Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.


  • IPC Health - Altona Meadows
  • Generalist counselling, self help support groups, family planning, general dental, women's health, indigenous health and allied health services, drug and alcohol counselling

  • IPC Wyndham (Refugee Health Program)
  • Refugee Health Program: linking to mainstream health services (no onsite clinical care), support to mainstream health services who look after newly arrived migrants.

  • iPLAY - Caroline Springs
  • Active sports such as basketball, soccer, table tennis and badminton are on offer for youth and are supervised by Leisure and Youth Services.

  • iPLAY - Melton
  • iPLAY is a fun program for youth to get active in a range of free play sports games and activities, designed to cater to the interests of young people, such as basketball, soccer, table tennis and badminton on offer for youth and supervised by Leisure and Youth Services.

  • Iramoo Youth Refuge
  • Short term crisis accommodation, up to 6 weeks. Life skills educaton.



  • Kids Help Line
  • Kids Helpline

  • Kororoit Creek Primary School
  • Kororoit Creek Primary School will become the ‘heart’ of the Burnside Heights Community as it establishes its state of the art facilities in partnership with Axiom Education, the YMCA  and the Melton City Council to provide an innovative centre of excellence that encourages active participation with the local community.    Whilst the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is the lead partner, the YMCA will offer both long and short day care and an aquatic centre, with the Melton Shire Council providing a community health centre, kindergarten and community space.    The Shire Kindergarten at Kororoit Creek will be operated by the school and share its resources and spaces. Read more ...


    Natalie Bakai

    School Mission Statement

    Kororoit Creek Primary School facilitates the development of compassionate, autonomous and self-motivated learners who are highly literate and equipped to critically challenge, reflect on and appraise the world in which they live.

    We will provide a high-quality, comprehensive, meaningful education for all members of our learning community to prepare them to live in, and contribute to, the immediate and broader community.

  • Kurunjang Primary School
  • Kurunjang Primary School is a modern, well-equipped school established in 1989.

    The staff and students are mutually committed to learning as a life long process.

    Our excellent facilities include a computer network in classrooms, spacious and modern teaching and learning spaces, fully equipped gymnasium, library and well-maintained outside play area.


    Our Vision

    Kurunjang Primary School is a learning community where all members work in a positive, challenging partnership to meet the need of all individuals.

    Our Vision is underpinned by the following guiding principles:
    • A committed and supportive staff that will deliver comprehensive and diverse learning experiences in order to develop motivated, creative, independent and responsible lifelong learners.
    • Students will be confident in their ability to interact with others, develop their talents, celebrate their successes and to take their place in the global community.
    • Attractive and well-resourced buildings and grounds will enhance the stimulating, co-operative and safe learning environment, which will encourage student achievement.
    • Parents and members of the wider school community will work in a valued partnership to support the teaching and learning of the school.

    Our Mission Statement

    Our mission at Kurunjang Primary School is to provide quality education, which ensures success for all students in a safe, co-operative learning environment.

    Students will be encouraged and empowered as independent life long learners through engagement in challenging, diverse, enriched and effective learning programs.

    Staff will be professionally skilled and committed to recognize and enhance student's knowledge and strengths.

  • Kurunjang Secondary School
  • As a co educational secondary college built in 1986, we are proud of a history that demonstrates our commitment to be an integral part of the Melton community.  Students are encouraged to do their best and involve themselves in a range of extra-curricular activities.

    All members of the college community are expected to behave according to the College values of respect, high expectations, safety, honesty, and perseverance.  These values are required for success in future work and personal life.

    We welcome new families and prospective enrolments to visit the college and see us in action.  You will get an idea of how committed and passionate we are in working with young people and helping them achieve their potential.


  • L2P Program
  • L2P Program aims to assist young people with barriers to clock up driving hours

  • Lakeview Senior College - Caroline Springs
  • Lakeview Senior College is located in the rapidly growing suburb of Caroline Springs, approximately 20 kilometres west of Melbourne. It is a government secondary school educating students from Years 10 to 12. Most Lakeview Senior College graduates pursue further education in a range of tertiary settings while others undertake professional, business or trade related training and employment. The College anticipates a student population of approximately 1015 in 2014 which means an extensive selection of subjects at each year level is available to students. Hence, every student at Lakeview Senior College is able to undertake a learning pathway tailored to their individual needs. The College maintains a learning focussed environment based on high expectations of students in which academic excellence is promoted and celebrated.

    Courses for Young Adults Students at Lakeview Senior College select courses from the VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education) and VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning). The choice of the VCE and VCAL enables students to undertake a breadth of both academic and vocational training courses. Students are also offered the flexibility of shifting between these two courses if required. Lakeview Senior College has formed successful partnerships with both the Melton and Brimbank Clusters of Schools which enables students to undertake a wider variety of VET (Vocational Education & Training) courses.

    The courses offered at Lakeview Senior College facilitate the lifelong development and growth of students in an environment in which young adults can achieve and experience success and be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and desire to make worthwhile contributions to society.

    In a Rich Setting Lakeview Senior College was designed as a state of the art learning institution. Its learning spaces provide students with access to the most up-to-date learning technologies. The College is currently in the process of supplying every student with a personal Netbook computer to further support their learning, both at school and at home. All classrooms at Lakeview Senior College are equipped with modern interactive whiteboards to enable teachers to deliver engaging lessons to students and to promote more effective interactions amongst students. The College also benefits from an open plan design which enables staff and students to effectively work together to ensure multiple and varied learning opportunities are available to students. Students at Lakeview Senior College also benefit from access to shared community facilities such as a well-resourced Community Library and Sport and Recreation Centres and playing fields. These facilities are within walking distance of the College.

    The following pedagogical understandings underpin the academic programs delivered at Lakeview Senior College and drive the development and delivery of the curriculum:

    • Learner-centred classrooms focussed on meeting individual learning needs.
    • Flexible multi-use learning spaces with access to ICT facilities, to allow for cooperative and collaborative learning.
    • Each student from years 10 to 12 has access to a school netbook to assist their learning.
    • Strong emphasis on self-assessment, goal setting and focussed teaching.
    • Belief in professional collaboration between teachers and with external professional learning providers when required.

    The College has a strong focus on developing students to:

    • Be committed to achieving high academic standards and working to achieve their full potential.
    • Display a consistent commitment to improving skills, knowledge and higher order thinking.
    • Develop self-discipline by completing class work and homework tasks.
    • Value quality performance by taking pride in work completed.
    • Respect the workplace and College environment.
    • Participate in, and contribute to, a range of student activities available within the College to develop leadership skills and the capacity to work as a valued member of a team.

  • Latitude
  • Accommodation placement and support. Transitional housing.

  • Lifeline
  • Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services. Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute.

  • Lifeline (Community and Corporate Training)
  • Suicide Prevention Training

  • Lifeline (Suicide Prevention Training)
  • Suicide Prevention Training

  • Lifeline (Volunteer Training)
  • Suicide Prevention Training for volunteers


  • Mac Killop Family Services
  • MacKillop Family Services provides arrange of services to the community including;

    -Foster Care
    -Home Care Services/out of homecare
    -Community Programs
    -Youth Homelessness
    -Refugee Services

  • Mambourin Enterprises
  • Supporting people with disabilities into employment and life skills programs

  • Matchworks - Melton
  • Job Services Australia Provider & Disability Employment Services.

  • Max Employment
  • Training provider

  • MEGT Australian Apprenticeship Centre
  • Information & advice on new apprenticeships scheme delivering apprenticeship information about training, traineeships and apprenticeships.

  • Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
  • Melbourne Youth Support Service (MYSS)
  • State wide telephone information and referral service for young people, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

  • Melton Christain College
  • Melton Christian College is a Christian College catering for children from Prep to Year 12. We exist to support parents in their God given task of educating their children.

    Melton Christian College employs committed Christian staff who care for each child. A high standard of discipline is maintained and we strive to instil courtesy and respect into our students.

    There is an emphasis on every student working to their full potential and we aim for the highest standards possible in core subjects such as Mathematics and English.    Parents are informed of child’s progress on a regular basis.

  • Melton City Council Careers Expo 2017
  • The Careers Expo provides the public, including young people and job seekers, with the opportunity to speak with industry professionals about their future education and employment aspirations. The Careers Expo works alongside, and in partnership with, local secondary schools, Victoria University Tertiary Information Sessions and Brimbank Melton Local Learning and Employment Network (BMLLEN). It allows students to have a unique experience and consider the information received at the Expo when making well-versed career and educational decisions.

    This event is designed to assist the community with options for:

    • employment opportunities

    • education, training and apprenticeship information.

    The 2017 Careers Expo will be held at

    Tabcorp Park, 2 Ferris Road, Melton South from 9am to 2.30pm on Tuesday 23 May.

  • Melton City Council Maternal and Child Health
  • All centres are staffed by Maternal and Child Health Nurses who are registered nurses with additional qualifications in Midwifery and Maternal and Child Health.

    When you have your baby the hospital where you gave birth will contact the Maternal and Child Health Service. You will then receive a phone call to organise the first visit which is usually a home visit.  If you do not hear from us within seven days of getting home, please contact Melton City Council’s Maternal and Child Health Service on 9747 7287.

  • Melton City Council Occasional Care
  • Occasional Care offers short periods of care for children aged six weeks to six years across the municipality, allowing you to leave your children in our care while you attend business, appointments, recreation or simply some time out.

    Each program caters for 25 children which includes 10 children under the age of three and 15 children over three.

    Each program is staffed by three Early Childhood educators. Two educators hold a Diploma in Children's Services and one holds a Certificate III in Children's Services.

  • Melton GO!
  • "Provides regular opportunities for children and young people with a disability to enjoy social, recreational and creative experiences, in their local community and beyond. Activities can included arts and crafts, music, cooking, movies and games, and visits to attractions, and are tailored to suit the interests of the participants. All activities are supervised by a qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated team."

    All information was obtained from www.melton.vic.gov.au/meltongo

  • Melton Playgroups
  • Information on the various playgroups around Melton and how to access them.

  • Melton Police Station
  • Victoria Police provides policing services to the Victorian community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, working to keep over 5.7 million Victorians safe.
         Victoria Police is a large organisation employing more than 17,000 staff.

    Police officers and protective services officers are supported in their roles by public service professionals who work as administrators, managers and specialists in a range of functions such as legal services, accounting and forensic sciences.

    Effective frontline response service delivery is provided through 54 Police Service Areas (PSAs), split across 21 divisions within four regions - North West Metro, Southern Metro, Eastern and Western. These regional boundaries correspond with those of other Victorian government departments, enhancing cross-department service delivery, particularly in the area of emergency management.

    Victoria Police operates under the Victorian Police Act 2013.

  • Melton Primary School
  • "Welcome to Melton Primary School. Melton Primary School has a strong tradition of commitment to, and involvement with, the broader community. This school has worked hard over the years to develop a two way bond between staff and school families because we believe that such a partnership is of great benefit to the child's educational development. It is no coincidence that our children are consistently achieving very good outcomes. Our talented and professional staff work hard to maintain these levels. Our recent Parent Opinion Survey results indicate the high regard our school community places on the curriculum provision and delivery offered at the school. The surveys also indicate that this is a very caring school with high emphasis placed on the welfare of the children in our care.

    Our school is committed to the development and implementation of a consistent pedagogy across the school so as to improve teaching and learning with our priorities being in Numeracy and Literacy. We have a high focus on the development of thinking skills which incorporate the many different styles in which children learn.

    Our school is extremely well resourced and our facilities are outstanding. Our new indoor swimming complex has been an excellent addition to our physical education program with our students now involved in numerous water activities including four weeks of intensive swimming instruction throughout the year.

    The importance of Primary schooling cannot be over-emphasized. It is the foundation upon which the educational future of a child is built. Therefore it is very important that you, as parents, take the opportunity to join in school activities and become involved in this exciting part of your children's lives.

    Thank you for the interest you take in our school. We look forward to meeting and working with you over the coming years.

    Alan McColl


    All information was obtained from http://www.meltonps.vic.edu.au

  • Melton Secondary School
  • "Melton Secondary College has provided young people in the Melton area with successful futures since 1975. We are a medium sized, single campus, co-educational school for students from Years 7 to 12.

    Large enough to offer a challenging and diverse curriculum, the school is small enough to foster individual development. Our school is organized into three sub-schools: Junior, Middle and Senior each led by an Assistant Principal and Leading Teacher.

    Students also belong to one of four School Houses. They participate in House Sports and accumulate House Points for academic and communal responsibility. The Houses have the Aboriginal names of local creeks: Djerriwarrh, Kororoit, Pywheitjorrk and Yangardook.

    High expectations, well-planned courses and high quality teaching ensure that all students progress through the curriculum in a systematic manner. Students are challenged and encouraged by highly qualified and committed teachers to achieve high academic results in both the core and co-curricula programs.

    For Years 7 to 10, the curriculum is based upon the Victorian Essential Learning standards and we are moving quickly to align courses to the Australian National Curriculum. At the senior end, (Years 10 – 12) the school provides courses in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL).

    The program offers in-depth learning in all academic areas, but provides a special focus on learning in Science, Sport and the Performing Arts.

    Our Accelerated Curriculum and Enrichment (ACE) program provides an academic pathway that meets the needs of students who are progressing at a more rapid rate.

    A strong Student Voice and Leadership program ensures that students have an active role in building outstanding programs for student learning.

    Student learning is supported by an outstanding range of facilities, landscaped gardens and large open spaces. Our recently opened Junior Learning Neighborhood and state-of-the art Science Centre provide flexible teaching and learning spaces, Interactive Whiteboards and a wide range of digital technology

    The school has specialized classrooms for Food, Materials and Information Technology as well as Performing and Visual Arts.

    Our shared use of the Melton Indoor Recreation Centre provides a three-court gymnasium and the Melton Waves Leisure Centre and Melton Tennis Club courts are an easy 400 meters walk."


  • Melton South Community Centre Inc
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Melton South Community Centre Inc: Melton Combined Youth And Special Needs (Khaki Rebels)
  • Social and recreational activities for young people with disabilities and their siblings. Mainly used as a referral to Khaki. Led by Home and Community care services, qualified staff; includes crafts, games & camping trips.

  • Melton South Primary School
  •  "At Melton South Primary School we aim to make your child’s school life a rewarding and enjoyable time. We cater for individuals and understand that the building of self esteem is essential for success. We encourage you to enter into a partnership with our school community, where our mutual concern is your child. By working together we can ensure the best possible environment in which all children can grow confidently, realise their full potential, share their concerns and celebrate successes.

    All staff at Melton South PS are committed to ensuring a safe, caring environment for every student. We have clear anti-bullying policies, supported by a comprehensive student leadership program and high expectations in relation to behaviour. Parents are actively encouraged to be partners in the learning process and are warmly welcomed into the school to assist and become involved in many different areas of the daily operation of the school. The highly motivated and professional staff members provide a sound education that fosters a love of learning and encouragement for individuals to excel. Numeracy and Literacy are at the core of an integrated curriculum that includes Science, Technology, Health and Physical Education, The Arts (visual and performing) and Information Technology.Teachers work and plan in teams and are continually improving their teaching and learning techniques through quality professional development and peer coaching and mentoring programs.Please take the time to view the information provided on the Learning Areas that describe our programs at Melton South.

    I hope that our web site has answered some of your questions, but you are invited to come and discuss any other issues or how we can best meet the needs of your child. I look forward to you visiting again and hope that you choose to join me in the shared educational journey of your child.

    Marilyn Costigan


    All information was obtained from http://www.meltonsthps.vic.edu.au

  • Melton Specialist School
  • "Melton Specialist School is a State school that provides quality educational programs for students with a wide range of intellectual disabilities. Some of the students have physical disabilities as well. The school caters for students aged from 5 – 18 years of age. Students may attend full-time or part-time. The part-time students also attend local primary and secondary schools.

    The school has a very positive, safe, caring and friendly environment. It is located near kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, recreational facilities and shopping centres. All the classrooms have stimulating displays and have heating and air conditioning facilities, ensuring that there are optimum conditions for learning. The grassy playground features attractive shrubs and trees, adventure play equipment that caters for the wide age range of the students attending the school, a covered verandah, a modern shelter shed, large sand pits and a bike track. A high fence around the playground provides security and safety for the students. A special feature of the grounds is the very attractive and stimulating sensory garden.

    The Department of Education provides free school transport to students in the Melton/Bacchus Marsh areas, provided that they attend the school at least three days per week."

    All information was obtained from http://www.meltonss.vic.edu.au

  • Melton West Primary School
  • "We welcome you and your child to the Melton West Primary School Community.  We trust that your association with the school will be both enjoyable and educationally profitable. Teachers and parents have one motive in common: they both want to do their best for a very important person – your child.  Please take the opportunity of meeting your child’s teacher and take an interest in his/her school activities. Encourage children to borrow books from the library and read with them often.  Education does not end when school is dismissed – in many aspects it just begins. Our school relies very heavily on parents and parent groups to assist with activities and provide many items needed in our educational program.  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.

    Please take the time to navigate around this site. Apart from the main links above there are many minor links shown to the right of  this page.


    Michelle Costa"

    All information was obtained from http://www.meltonwestps.vic.edu.au

  • Melton Youth Health Clinic
  • A health service for young people 12 to 24 years old.  It is located at the Melton Youth Facility, 193 Barries Road, Melton.  The staff includes a youth friendly doctor and two counsellors.  Having your Medicare card number is useful but not necessary.  Bulk billing is available and appointments are not essential.  The clinic is open on Thursdays between 4.00pm and 7.00pm.

  • Melton Youth Services - 6801 Outreach Program
  • 6801 Outreach offers support, information and referral for young people and community members within the City of Melton.
    Currently operating from 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 11pm Friday, excluding public holidays.

    Outreach workers can be contacted during the week and Friday night's on (03) 9743 6801 for assistance and support.

  • Melton Youth Services - Boys' Night In
  • "Boys' Night In" provides a range of different activities at Launch Pad, every week on Wednesdays.

    This program is for boys aged 12 to 17 years old.

  • Melton Youth Services - Girls with Attitude
  • Girls with Attitude is a program for young women experiencing difficulties dealing with their emotions struggling with significant relationships and many other issues.  The program runs for 5 days over 5 weeks.  For more information and referrals phone 9747 5373.

  • Melton Youth Services - Girls' Night In Program
  • "Girls' Night In" provides a range of different activities at Launch Pad, every week on Tuesday's.

    This program is for girls aged 12 to 17 years old.

  • Melton Youth Services - Guitar Program
  • Guitar group classes are held at Launch Pad, any skill level welcomed!  This is awesome opportunity to learn the ins and outs of guitar: Riffs, power chords, progressions - all this and more will be revealed as you begin your ascent to superstardom.
    Guitars are included but you can bring your own.

    Guitars also available outside of class for free to hire, $40 deposit required (money back on returned of guitar/s)

  • Melton Youth Services - Launch Pad Youth Internet Cafe
  • Provides supervised internet & email access. A youth worker is available to provide assistance to young people on internet related issues, such as school projects, emailing & intrnet surfing. A meeting place for 12-25 year olds.

    Monday: 12 to 17 year olds
    Thursday & Friday: 12 to 25 year olds

  • Melton Youth Services - Other Programs
  • Melton Youth services provides arrange of services specifically designed to meet the needs of the youth in the  Melton area.

    The Melton Youth Advisory Network (MYAN) & Youth Advisory Committee, Youth Magazine & Teenage Holiday Program all operate out of the youth centre.

  • Melton Youth Services - Reconnect Program
  • The Reconnect Program uses early intervention strategies to support young people between the ages of 12 and 18 years who are at risk of homelessness. Reconnect helps young people by linking them into the community and stabilising and/or improving their living situation, family relationships and engagement with work, education or training.

    If you or someone you know would benefit from Reconnect support, please contact us on:
    (03) 9747 5373 Melton or (03) 9747 5422 Taylor's Hill

  • Melton Youth Services - Rockbank Youth Group
  • This program is developed through consultation with the youth from the local community. Program runs on a monthly / bi-monthly basis, in the form of excursion and incursion.

    For more information or to get involved contact Melton Youth Services.

  • Melton Youth Services - Teenage Holiday Program (THP)
  • THP is an excursion based program for young people of secondary school age run each school period.  There is a small charge for most activities.  The program is posted on the Council's website in the weeks leading up to school holidays each term abd bookings can be made at that time.

  • Melton Youth Services - Textiles Program
  • Free workshop providing young people aged 12 – 25 years with the opportunity to design, create, display and sell their creations to the community. Young people learn a broad range of sewing skills including sewing with a machine, hand sewing, patchwork, knitting and more.

  • Melton Youth Services - The Space - LGBTIQA+ and Gender Diverse Youth Program
  • LGBTIQA+ and Gender Diverse Program for Young People that is Co-run by Djerriwarrh Health Services and City of Melton Council.

    The Space is a social support group for young people aged 12-25yrs who are questioning their sexuality, gender and/or sexual identity.

    This program is open to all, please contact Adrienne at Youth Services on 9747 5373 for more information.

  • Melton Youth Services - West-By-NorthWest Drama Group
  • Free introductory acting workshops for 12 to 15 year olds.  Build confidence and make friends while learning the skills of dramatic performance. Free excursions to professional theatre productions.  Transport available from Taylors Hill Youth and Community Centre and Caroline Springs Library.

  • Melton Youth Services - Youth Advisory Committee (YAC)
  • Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is a committee of young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years, who are passionate about being young leaders in their community. 
    YAC represents and advocates issues affecting local young people and plan some council events.


    For more information and how to join, please contact Melton Youth Services on (03) 9747 5373.

  • Melton Youth Services - Youth Mentoring Project
  • Melton City Council's community and school-based mentoring program provides disconnected young people between the ages of 12 and 25 with an adult mentor to share recreational activities, fun and friendship.  The program aims to develop the self-confidence and resilience of socially isolated young people; to expand their educational and vocational possibilities; and to strengthen their connection to family and community.  For more information please contact Melton Youth Services on (03) 9747 5373.

  • Mercy Western Grief Services
  • Counselling- by appointment. Children/adolescent support group for registered clients of service, community education sessions

  • Merrimu Services
  • Day services, work education and activites provided across a number of sites.

  • Migrant Health Clinic for Children & Adolescents
  • Free migrant adolescent health service.

  • Mind Australia
  • Linking people back in the community and build skills after mental health issues through programs such as: Art, music, cooking skills, men and women's groups and general activity groups.

  • Minus 18
  • This is Australia's Largest Youth Led Organisation for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans* Youth.

    Minus18 provide mental health and peer mentoring support to thousands of same sex attracted and gender diverse young people from all over Australia. Our youth workers and peer mentors are ready to go if you need someone to talk to.

  • Mums and Bubs Aqua playgroup
  • A great way for Mums to meet, relax and watch while their kids learn social interaction and have fun in a friendly and safe environment.

  • Mums and Bubs Walking Group
  • An informal meeting group that you can attend when it suits. A 45 minute walk, then have coffee or get the shopping done. Meet at Western entrance near Aldi.


  • NECA Education & Careers (Formely 370 Degrees Group)
  • Providing employment and training for apprentices and trainees.

  • New Hope Foundation (ASAS)
  • Asylum Seeker Assistance Scheme (ASAS) - Asylum seekers in financial hardship awaiting protection visa determination.

  • New Hope Foundation (HSS)
  • Humanitarian Settlement Services (HSS) in partnership with AMES.

  • New Hope Foundation (SGP)
  • Settlement Grants Program (SGP) - Refugees and family stream arrivals during first 5 years after arrival in Australia.

  • No Restrictions Youth Magazine
  • A Magazine produced by and for young people in the City of Melton.  The magazine(s) have told stories about: Youth Achievements, Youth Issues, Youth Entertainment, and Youth Poetry.  Phone Melton City Council Youth Services on 9747 5373.

  • Norwood Association Inc.
  • Services for people who have a severe psychiatric illness and associated disabilities. Psychiatric disability support programs & housing services.


  • Odyssey House Victoria - Melton
  • The service aims to reduce a young person’s alcohol or other drug use and to minimise harm caused by use. The program also helps participants to manage other problems like mental health, education, family and legal issues.

    Participation in the program is voluntary and individuals wanting assistance can self refer. The program also takes referrals from the criminal justice system through ACSO (Australian Community Support Organisation).

    All information was obtained from https://www.odyssey.org.au/what-we-do/community-services/youth-and-family-services/

  • ORS Employment Solutions
  • ORS assists people to find suitable employment opportunites

  • Orygen YAT Outreach Team
  • Triage Services

    Triage is the first contact point for people wishing to refer a young person to the Clinical Program. Anyone is welcome to make a referral, including the young person themselves. Triage staff will discuss the young person’s difficulties with the referrer, the young person if possible, and other relevant people or professionals. The aim of these conversations is to obtain a comprehensive overview of the young person's mental state and risk. Once obtained, Triage will coordinate a response that may involve:

    • Urgent crisis support over the phone or in the young person's preferred location
    • Arranging for a non-urgent mental health assessment with our Continuing Care Team
    • A referral to a more appropriate service

    Please note that there is a high demand for our clinicial program and we are unable to offer a service to all young people referred. Referrers will be informed of the decision and follow-up plan.

    Acute Services

    If an immediate crisis response is required, the young person will be managed by our Acute Services Team. Our Acute Service Team is staffed by mental health clinicians and psychiatrists who are skilled in managing mental health crises. They can offer:

    • Phone support, face-to-face support and outreach within our catchment
    • An admission to our inpatient unit if required
    • A mental health assessment to determine whether the young person should be treated at Orygen Youth Health Clinical Program or elsewhere.

    Acute Services are available to all young people in our catchment, as well as those in our clinical program.  

  • Orygen Youth Health - Inpatient Unit
  • Providing clinical services, research & training on youth mental health. Also in patient unit.


  • Parentlink
  • Specialist support services to vulnerable & disadvantaged children & young people.
    Parents Link also provide positive parenting techniques.

  • Parkwood Green Primary School
  • "Parkwood Green Primary School is a Prep to Year 6 primary school specialising in individualised teaching and learning, technologies and excellence.

    The school has built a strong reputation in the local community, mainly due to our high academic achievements, our positive student attitudes and behaviour, and our family friendly atmosphere.

    Parkwood Green attracts enrolments from far and wide, and boasts some of Victoria's highest parent and student opinion survey results.

    We work hard to make our school the best it can be for our students, and we are very proud of our progress to date."

    All information was obtained from www.parkwoodgreen.com

  • Personal Helpers and Mentors Support
  • Personal Helpers and Mentors support people whose lives are affected by a mental illness in the following ways:-

    • Improve or get your relationships with family and friends back on track;

    • Become involved in social or community activities or groups;

    • Cope better with everyday tasks like getting to places on public transport, housekeeping, and budgeting;

    • Access community services like health, housing or family support;

    • Improve or develop your personal skills and confidence;

    • Set and achieve goals to improve your life.

  • Pre-school Storytime - Caroline Springs
  • Preschool Storytime is a great way to introduce children to books. Sessions run for 45 minutes and includes stories, songs, rhymes, fingerplay, a short activity and an introduction to Auslan, Australian sign language. Dates and times may vary over the school holidays.

  • Pre-school Storytime - Melton
  • Preschool Storytime is a great way to introduce children to books. Sessions run for 45 minutes and includes stories, songs, rhymes, fingerplay, a short activity and an introduction to Auslan, Australian sign language. Dates and times may vary over the school holidays.

  • Programs for the newly arrived- Good Shepherd
  • Programs run at youth centre targeting newly arrived young people.


  • Qlife
  • QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people. The project provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to diverse people of all ages experiencing poor mental health, psychological distress, social isolation, discrimination, experiences of being misgendered and/or other social determinants that impact on their health and wellbeing.



  • Safe Steps Family Violence Reponse Centre
  • Family violence 24/7 response

    If you have been threatened or you and your family are in danger now – call 000 Emergency or Police

    Services offered

    safe steps offers at no cost to women, their children (family and friends) living with family violence, access to professional support through a comprehensive range of services to enable them to become – and stay – free from violence.

    24-hour family violence response

    Women and children living with family violence, or someone who knows a person living with family violence, can call the safe steps response line from anywhere in Australia, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our crisis support advocates are on hand to help women explore their options and escape abuse.

    Safety planning

    Keeping you and your children safe whether you are still in the relationship or have left is vital.   Preparing a safety plan today, might help you and your children if there is a risk of violence in the future.

    If you feel you are in an unsafe relationship or environment, planning for you and your children’s safety is an important step to minimise future risk.

    You can call the safe steps 24/7 response line on 1800 015 188 if you need guidance on the next steps to planning your safety.

    To read further information on preparing a safety plan click here

    Safe house accommodation

    When women and their children are at high risk of injury or death, our priority is to always get them to a safe place. This often means helping to move them to safe accommodation where they will be free from danger.

    Safe house accommodation is typically short term. During their stay, safe steps will continue to work through options with the woman to determine what her next steps might be in finding permanent safety solutions.

    Refuge accommodation

    Refuge is a longer-term option than safe house accommodation. It gives women the time and space to make decisions about their futures, including securing private rental accommodation, enrolling children in new schools and negotiating work leave arrangements. safe steps advocates on behalf of women to find them a refuge that will meet their needs.

    Outreach services

    Not all women want to leave their homes. Their children may be settled in the local school, or they may want to stay close to employment or their friends and family. safe steps work with women to help them find alternative solutions. We might talk to them at safe times in their own homes or in discreet places in the community. We can help women draw up safety plans, progress applications for Intervention Orders, assist with emergency financial payments, and provide emotional support.

  • SAIL Sunshine (Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning)
  • Open to all families of a Sudanese background.

  • Salvation Army Social Housing Service (SASHS)
  • Sunshine youth housing support, information, referral, advice & advocacy.

  • School Focused Youth Service
  • The School Focused Youth Services (SFYS) across Victoria aim to support young people (aged 10 – 18 years) who have been identified as being at risk of disengaging from education.  Through the development of partnerships and improvements to the integration of services, SFYS seeks to connect school and community sectors in ways that build the capacity of young people to continue their education.   

    During 2015 within the Brimbank/Melton region, SFYS is specifically focusing on:

    • Vulnerable and at risk children aged 10-12 years in primary school (making the transition to secondary school)
    • Young carers, including young mothers, those caring for parents (with disabilities, mental illness and/or substance misuse issues), and/or caring for siblings where parents are incapacitated or at work
    • Indigenous youth
    • Culturally and linguistically diverse young people (particularly recent migrants and refugees and those in Brimbank)
    • Young people at high risk of social exclusion


    The primary focus of the SFYS is not on the whole school community but rather students who require preventative and early targeted interventions to remain engaged or re-engage with education. 

  • Scope (Vic) St Albans Day & Lifestyles
  • Disability Service Provider for day activites and future careers training.

  • SensWide Employment
  • Disability Employment Services Provider

  • Sexual Assault Counselling West CASA
  • Counselling service that aims to facilitate the healing of victims/survivors of sexual assault and work towards the elimination of sexual violence in our society. Services are available to women, men and young people 12 years and over who are victims/survivors of sexual assault.

  • Social Table Tennis
  • Social table tennis. No need to register. Bring a friend or find a partner to play on the night. Bats and balls are provided at no extra cost.

  • Southern Cross Grammar
  • "The more that I experience the activities and ethos of the school the more I am convinced that the twin strengths of Southern Cross Grammar are its students and its outstanding academic staff.  It is our teachers' ability to understand, encourage, teach and lead the students at Southern Cross Grammar that makes it such a positive experience and a great school for girls and boys. We believe that each child has a unique set of gifts and talents - our task is to provide a success rich environment that allows our students the opportunity to discover, realise and celebrate their special abilities. I believe that this is what sets our school apart. Under the vision of New Generation Learning, we seek to provide a contemporary perspective in all areas of our operation. Incorporating time tested approaches and an emphasis on high expectations; we are deliberately a forward-looking, innovative school seeking to provide exceptional academic, sporting and cultural opportunities.

    Thank you for visiting our website.

    Please contact us if we can be of assistance as you work towards making one of the most important decisions you will need to - finding the right school for your son or daughter.

    Andrew Ponsford Principal"

    All information was obtained from  www.southerncrossgrammar.com.au

  • Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre
  • Spectrum is a one-stop-shop for newly arrived and established migrants and refugees

  • Spirit West Services FRESH Program
  • Foundation and intermediate VCAL, traineeships, training programs.

  • Springside College - Caroline Springs
  • Secondary school based at Caroline Springs

    Refer to website for further details http://www.springsidecollege.vic.edu.au

  • St Anthony's Primary School
  • "St Anthony's Primary School  is situated within the city of Melton, which is  located west of Melbourne,  in a semi - rural/suburban area only 38 kilometres from Melbourne GPO. The  school's philosophy is based on the belief that every child has the ability to  learn and this best occurs in a safe, caring, happy and positive environment.

    St Anthony's Primary School  was opened in 1979 after dramatic growth through the 1960s and 1970s had  highlighted the need for a new school in Melton South. Major architectural refurbishment  in the 1990s improved facilities.

    The  cultural backgrounds of the students are predominantly Anglo-Saxon/Celtic. New  facilities at the school include a gymnasium, an art/craft room and an  Information Technology Centre. The school is currently undergoing extensive  upgrading of buildings and grounds.

    Special features include  small class sizes, a school counsellor, the Children's Literacy Success  Strategy (CLaSS)literacy program, individual learning plans, a program for high  achievers, support and intervention programs, a specialist physical education  program, a specialist Italian program, a performing arts program, a visual arts  program, a specialist music program, Outdoor Education including camps,  Perceptual Motor Program, Asian Perspectives, Aboriginal Perspectives, and the  Seasons program."

    All information was obtained from http://www.sameltonsth.catholic.edu.au/

  • St Catherines Primary School
  • "St Catherine of Siena Primary School is approximately 45 kilometres from Melbourne. It is within easy access to the city whilst maintaining a rural outlook. The school is situated on the periphery of West Melton in a semi-rural setting.

    Our school is located between beautifully developed parklands and Catholic Regional College, where many of our students continue their education from years 7 to 11. The back of the school has previously been a rural setting, however, this is gradually vanishing as housing development encompasses it.

    St. Catherine of Siena is one of two schools in the St. Dominic's Parish. Strong ties are maintained with the Parish through the Sacramental Program, and the celebrations of special events in the life of the Parish.

    Our school currently has 450 students from 280 families.

    Our community is made up of families from a variety of cultures. The school's philosophy is that our learners are the centre of all that we do.

    Our beliefs and educational practices reflect and support the gospel values of faith, love and respect.

    Our environment offers opportunities for every learner to engage in learning, develop as a whole person and strive to reach her/his full potential. All members of our community work collaboratively in a life-long learning journey and support one another in contributing to our ever-changing world. The school works in partnership with parents to ensure the well-being and educational outcomes of our students are always our priority.

    Our modern facilities, including a new community centre are situated on extensive grounds with football, soccer and basketball courts. Information technology is fully resourced and regularly updated to support the students personalised and inquiry learning. The school plays an important role in the community by developing close links with the parish.

    Our school has high expectations and strives to meet the individual needs of all students."

    All information was obtained from http://www.scmeltonwest.catholic.edu.au

  • St Dominics Primary School
  • "Our school motto is ‘Courage, Truth, Compassion’ and is derived from our Patron Saint, Dominic, who demonstrated these virtues throughout his life. We challenge ourselves to show these virtues in our daily lives.

    The eagle is a pivotal symbol taken from the Bible. We use it to inspire us to strive for excellence and to rise above our challenges.
    We create an environment that:
    • Proclaims the presence of Jesus Christ in all people
    • Develops each person’s spirituality
    • Encourages each individual to achieve their best in everything they do
    • Allows each person to feel welcome, valued and safe."

    All information was obtained from http://www.sdmelton.catholic.edu.au

  • St George Preca Catholic Primary School
  • "St George Preca Primary School is committed to providing a Catholic Education for children in Years Prep to  Six.

    At  a glance it offers….

    • Comprehensive Curriculum incorporating information  and learning technologies as tools for learning skills that will support  students as lifelong learners
    • Small Home Group Sizes
    • Student Well Being processes to ensure children  learn in a safe environment
    • Parent participation and involvement opportunities
    • Before and After School Care Program at nearby  facility
    • Specialist Programs:   Physical Education & Sport Program; LOTE (Italian); Performance  (Drama & Music) & Visual Arts
    • Interschool sports program
    • Perceptual Motor Program
    • Transition to Primary and Secondary School Programs
    • Optional Private Music Tuition"


  • ST=ART
  • Free workshop program for young people aged 12 to 25 interested in street art (Graffiti).  Workshops are designed to emgage young peope using this art form in a legal and positive way and are run by a professional graffiti artist.

  • Staughton College
  • "Our motto Try Persevere Achieve forms the basis of the idea that each  student is provided with the opportunity at Staughton College to try,  develop and grow intellectually, physically and emotionally over their  time at the school.

    We encourage perseverance and see it as the pathway to achievement.

    Our year 7 – 12, coeducational, single-campus school provides a  friendly environment where boys and girls of all ages can learn to live  and work together.

    We value the sense of community among teachers and students alike.  Older students and student leaders provide valuable role models for the  younger and, in turn, they learn about the responsibilities of adulthood  and the skills necessary to contribute positively to the community and  the work place. All learn about socially responsible and respectful  behaviour, about courtesy, about the way we should treat each other and  about accepting responsibility for one's actions. Our Rights and  responsibilities are based on respect, learn and safety.

    The College provides structures to support a transition from Primary  school including core rooms and core teachers. Our experience is that it  doesn't take long before students feel confident and comfortable at  school. This is a very important first step.

    We also have high expectations of our students' learning. Around  those high expectations, we build structure, teaching practice,  organisation and procedures. We expect students to take on the challenge  of continuously improving upon their learning and participating in the  broad range of programs and extra-curricular activities on offer. This  is supported by continuous evaluation and improvement of subjects,  courses of study, and the way in which teaching and learning occurs. The  academic achievements of our students are exemplified by their VCE  results, VCAL completion and the tertiary, further education and  training pathways they take up after graduation.

    We expect and value parent support for school programs and policies in helping to maintain a working, productive environment.

    The potential, creativity and spirit of our young people continue to  be an inspiration and a source of confidence in the future. Their  commitment to achieving high academic results while being fine citizens  of the school community, the support of families and the talents and  dedication of our staff make Staughton College a great place to come to  every day."

    All information was obtained from http://www.staughtoncollege.vic.edu.au

  • Steady Pulse
  • Free Hip Hop arts workshops with artists from Massive Hip Hop Choir, from songwriting through to recording and performing.  Presented by Cohealth Arts Generator in partnership with Melton Youth Services.  Transport available from Taylors Hill Youth and Community Centre.

  • Stevenson House
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Sunshine Hospital
  • Sunshine Hospital is the centre for Women's and Children's services including maternity, general health and a children's ward.

  • Sunshine Youth Legal - Youth Junction Inc
  • Crime Prevention, Social Justice, Education, Employment, generic youth work interventions, Youth Participation and Leadership, and General Drop-In & Support through Access, Intake and Referral.

  • Switchboard
  • Non judgemental | Confidential | Anonymous

    Switchboard offers support to the gender diverse, sex diverse and same sex attracted communities, and their supporters, through our telephone and web counselling services. Our service is caller-centred, non-judgmental, confidential and anonymous.

    We affirm the experiences and aspirations and support the general health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people. We offer support, not advice.

    Switchboard is a partner in the national QLife project.

  • Sydenham Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Sydenham-Hillside Primary School: Hillside
  • "Sydenham-Hillside Primary School promotes achievement, wellbeing and learning for life by working with children to:

    • Achieve success in all areas of the curriculum
    • Develop high self esteem, respecting themselves, others and the environment
    • Develop, select and use thinking skills as a tool for life

    We believe that each child will succeed through experiencing quality in:

    • An innovative and challenging curriculum
    • Stimulating and innovative teaching practices
    • An ethos of support, challenge and encouragement to succeed
    • Nurturing relationships between school, home and the community

    romote flexibility, adaptability, resilience and tolerance in the changing world."

    All information was obtained from www.sydenham.vic.edu.au


  • Sydenham-Hillside Primary School: Sydenham
  • "Sydenham-Hillside Primary School promotes achievement, wellbeing and learning for life by working with children to:

    • Achieve success in all areas of the curriculum
    • Develop high self esteem, respecting themselves, others and the environment
    • Develop, select and use thinking skills as a tool for life
    • Promote flexibility, adaptability, resilience and tolerance in the changing world

    We believe that each child will succeed through experiencing quality in:

    • An innovative and challenging curriculum
    • Stimulating and innovative teaching practices
    • An ethos of support, challenge and encouragement to succeed
    • Nurturing relationships between school, home and the community"

    All information was obtained from http://www.sydenham.vic.edu.au


  • Taylors Hill Primary School
  • "Taylors Hill Primary School opened in January 2010, and we have placed a great emphasis on establishing a dynamic partnership between staff, students and parents, and together we make our students' schooling positive, successful and exciting.

    All of the staff at the school are highly professional, dedicated and caring. They provide quality learning experiences for the students that address their individual needs within a successful and supportive learning environment.

    I have a passionate view that all children can achieve success given the opportunity, support and motivation through the strong performance and development culture that we have at the school. The setting of individual targets and monitoring student progress ensures that every child experiences high levels of success.

    As the schools leader, I place an emphasis on dynamic professional learning, effective use of Information Technology and high expectations for all learners, and believe this is critical in preparing students for their future.

    I am proud to be the founding principal at Taylors Hill Primary School and would like to extend an invitation to prospective families to visit the school or call me and I would be happy to discuss the opportunities that await your children at Taylors Hill Primary School.

    We are now taking enrolments, so please contact the school on 9361 4900 to arrange a tour.

    Danielle Stella - Principal"

    All information was obtained from  www.taylorshillps.vic.edu.au



  • Tenants Union Victoria
  • The Tenants Union of Victoria aims to inform and educate tenants about their rights, improve conditions for tenants, improve the status of tenants and represent the collective interests of tenants in law and policy making.

  • The Laurels - Bacchus Marsh Community College
  • Neighbourhood House and Learning Centre

  • Tracy's Employment - Melt
  • Jobs Service Provider

  • Tracy's Employment - Melton
  • Employment Agency

  • Tracy's Employment - Taylors Lakes
  • Job Services Australia Provider.



  • Wedge Park Primary School
  • "Wedge Park Primary School, No. 5206 is situated approximately 40 kilometres west of Melbourne in West Melton.

    The core plus designed school was opened in 1982 with just over 200 students. Since then the school has been completely rebuilt. It comprises an administration/specialist block, 18 permanent technological advanced classrooms, a basketball size gymnasium, a performing arts centre, library and 2 artificial turf playing fields. The school has grown steadily during the past 30 years, with approximately 710 students currently enrolled.

    The school allows the local community to use its facilities for a number of activities such as netball, karate and basketball.

    “Learning with Pride” is the school motto and we strive to make all members of the school community proud to be associated with a school that pursues excellence in education. 

    The school utilises the Inquiry approch to learning to engage all students in the curriculum. Incorporated into this approach is the focused instruction of literacy and numeracy in line with the South Western region learning plan.

    The school also provides additional programs including;

    • Integration and Special Needs
    • Reading Intervention
    • Learning Technologies
    • Perceptual Motor Program
    • Physical Education
    • House Sports Program
    • The Arts
    • Road Safety and Bicycle Education
    • Student welfare programs"

    All information was obtained from http://www.wedgepark.vic.edu.au

  • Wesley Employment Services – Disability Employment Services
  • Wesley Employment Services works with a diverse range of job seekers who have an ongoing medical
    or mental health condition, learning difficulties, injury or disability to find and maintain employment. We have a focus on helping young job seekers transition from school to work to start building their future.

  • West Sunshine Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Western Bulldogs Community Training
  • Disability, Training and Learn Local Pre-Accreditated Training

  • Western Bulldogs Spirit West Services (Youth SGP)
  • Youth Settlement Services under Settlement Grants Program - for regugees and family stream arrivals from 6 months to 5 years after arrival.Youth Settlement Services under Settlement Grants Program - for regugees and family stream arrivals from 6 months to 5 years after arrival

  • Western Healh
  • Provide Drug and Alcohol assessments, and counselling for young people at the Youth Resource Centre. For further referral information please contact 03 9689 5533.

  • Western Hospital Footscray
  • Health services including emergency,elective,medical, surgical,and other community based services.

  • Western Region Accommodation Program (WRAP)
  • The Western Region Accommodation Program (WRAP Enhanced) provides supported, short-term, crisis accommodation for young people aged from 16 to 24. It also offers specialist support, outreach services and short stay beds, as a flexible crisis response option for young people who only require a short term stay.

  • Western Region Centre Against Sexual Assault
  • Counseling service for victims/survivors of sexual assault (women, men and children). Counseling (short to medium term) and advocacy (information and/or referral regarding, legal, medical, financial and accommodation options).

  • Western Region Health Centre
  • Western Region Health Centre offers a wide range of health services including a medical,dental for youth adults and children, mental health and specialist services. They also provide support and programs for homelessness, issues with alcohol and other drugs.

  • Western Region Health Centre
  • Western Region Health Centre offers a wide range of health services including a medical,dental for youth adults and children, mental health and specialist services. They also provide support and programs for homelessness, issues with alcohol and other drugs.

  • Western Region Outreach Service (Co Health) - Young person's Mental Health Program
  • Psychiatric, disability, rehabilitation & support services. Young person's mental health services.

  • Western Suburbs Legal Services Inc.
  • Provides legal advice and information in a range of areas. Community Legal education is also available.

  • Western Young People's Independent Network (WYPIN)
  • Western Young People's Independent Network (WYPIN); works with newly arrived and refugee backgrounds who want to make a difference aged between 12-25 years.

  • Westvale Community Centre
  • Neighbourhood house and learning centre.

  • Wise Employment - Melton
  • Employment Agency

  • Women's Clinic- Sunshine Hosptial
  • Team will provide support to those women & families planning to have their baby at Sunshine Hospital and need extra assistance with the social, emotional or physical concerns.

  • Women's Health West
  • Domestic violence, health promotion and community development programs, including specifid leadership and financial literacy programs for newly arrived women.

  • WPC Group
  • Providing employment and training for apprentices and trainees.


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