The program enables parents with infants or children 0-3 years of age the opportunity to spend a full day addressing childhood and parenting difficulities.
Brophy Family and Youth Services
150 Liebig St Warrnambool
Paediatric and Adolescent Support Service Program
Free and confidential support service for children, adolescents and young adults living with a chronic illness/disability and their family members.
Provides support and information for carers of young people under 30 years of age with disabilities. The service assists carers to gain access to a variety of flexible respite options include in-home respite, a short break away, or an individual response to each carer’s needs.
1300 361 680
Specialist parenting support; counselling for parents experiencing difficulty in their role as a parents; Support for families with children with a disability
1300 009 723
The WRAD Centre seeks to provide comprehensive, holistic support and treatment to individuals and others affected by addictive behaviours and associated issues.
13 11 14 (24 hour line)
24 hour telephone counselling, personal support and referral services following an incident. Face to face counselling also available.
1300 367 797 (9am – 5pm Monday to Friday
Individual and family counselling, support groups and referral services for people impacted by road trauma.
1800 882 752 (8am – 11pm Monday to Friday)
The Victims of Crime Helpline offer advice and referral to local and relevant support services, in order to assist victims to manage the effects of a crime.
1300 224 636 (24 hour line)
24 hour information and referral line providing information on depression, anxiety and related disorders, available treatments and referrals to relevant services.
1800 232 969 - all areas.
(03) 5561 5991 (Warrnambool)
(03) 5593 1122 (Camperdown)
124 Koroit Street, Warrnambool VIC 3280
Telephone: 03 5560 2300 or 1300 84 74 66
Vision Australia is the leading provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. It supports thousands of people who are blind or have low vision, of all ages, in the home, school or work so they can live the life they choose.
For children who are blind or have low vision, specialist staff, the child and family work together in their environment to facilitate the transition into mainstream pre-school/kinder, primary school, high school, further education and onto employment.
Those who have an eye condition causing low vision or blindness, and require more support, can access a full suite of the organisation’s services, and will be able to choose services to suit their own life stage.
Services include help with finding a job, grants to help with tertiary studies, recreation programs, skills to continue living independently, access to alternative formats of books through its library, telephone programs to connect with others, computer training as well as career support programs.
These services, plus many more, are all designed to support people who are blind or have low vision to live confidently and independently.
Together, we can help you to achieve your goals, aspirations, and bucket-list items.
Contact Vision Australia today on 1300 84 74 66.
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