State Government expand Services Connect to eight new areas across Victoria

The State Government in partnership with the community sector today expanded Services Connect to eight new areas across Victoria.

In a Victorian first, community services providers will come together in new Services Connect
Partnerships to test models of integrated child and family support, mental health, alcohol and drug
treatment, family violence, housing, disability and Aboriginal specific services.

Services Connect integrates and streamlines services by giving individuals and families one point
of contact, one plan and one client record across the range of services.

The Services Connect Partnerships will begin testing Services Connect from 31 October 2014.

The locations of the eight Services Connect Partnerships and their lead agencies are:

  • Hume Moreland Services Connect Partnership, led by Kildonan Uniting Care;
  • Outer Eastern Melbourne Services Connect Partnership, led by Anglicare Victoria;
  • Outer Gippsland Services Connect Partnership, led by Gippsland Lakes Community Health;
  • Southern Melbourne Services Connect Partnership, led by Youth Support and Advocacy Service & Connections Uniting Care;
  • Brimbank Melton Services Connect Partnership, led by MacKillop Family Services;
  • Loddon Services Connect Partnership, led by Haven; Home, Safe;
  • North East Melbourne Services Connect Partnership, led by the Children’s Protection Society and Berry Street; and
  • Barwon Services Connect Partnership, led by Glastonbury Community Services.

For more information visit www.servicesconnect.vic.gov.au.

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