Peninsula ABI Support group offers people with an Acquired Brain Injury the opportunity to get together with other people who have shared a similar experience and the chance to develop new friendships and to become involved in new activities. Program includes monthly meetings, monthly outings and four weekends away to various locations
Mutual Support Group for Alcoholics|* Office hours 8-5pm Monday to Friday|* Telephone Hours 24 hours 7 days a week
* Family support, Disability care support, |* Parent / education groups, |* Peer parent support groups, Individual support packages, flexible support
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group
Residential service with a current capacity for 9 adults with a disability||Community training and support service providing a range of 'day' programs to suit the individual needs of adults with a disability.||Provider of Individualised Support and Choice Packages.||VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.
* Support group that meets monthly to discuss and compare prostate cancer treatments|* Tell us about your problems and share a joke or two with our boys|* Affiliated with Cancer Council of Victoria and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia|* Great morning tea|* Information library and D.V.D's|* New members and partners are very welcome||OBJECTIVES - Prostrate Cancer support services and mutual support
* Support group for those diagnosed with Parkinson and their carers|* Guest speakers|* Morning tea
Provides Free Transport - via Voulunteer Drivers to treatments & medical |appointments when required.for patients with Cancer
Residential service with a current capacity for 8 adults with a disablity||Focus Individualised support Services||Community support service providing a range of 'day' programs to suit the individual needs of adults with a disablity.||Provider of Outreach in home support||Respite Services
* Leisure Link Up is an Access for all Abilities (AAA) program which aims to increase the participation of people with disabilities in community sport and recreation opportunities
The Low Income Support Service (LISS) is designed to assist people to address issues that are impacting on their day-to-day lives.
LISS appointments are free and confidential, allowing clients to talk about what is most importance to them, to examine their situation and make informed decisions.
The LISS Worker can help with everything from budgeting and household bills, to getting connected to specialist support services or with a specific identified need.
The program is driven by the needs of the individual and can be as short as one visit to get a particular issue resolved or longer term to assist someone through challenging times and address multiple complex issues.