We support an inclusive environment where people of all genders and ages, people living with a disability, First Nations people and people from LGBTI and CALD communities feel empowered to share their experiences and ideas; knowing that these will be valued and respected. Our staff are well-informed and sensitive to lived experiences. They understand the complexities and challenges people face when accessing services. We are committed to working with you to understand your needs.
The Financial Wellbeing and Capability program provides education and advice for individuals and community groups to help improve money management knowledge and financial literacy skills.
Assistance can be provided in the following ways:
- Assess your income and advising on entitlements, grants and concessions that may assist to pay or reduce bills
- Provide information on schemes that assist people on low income pay their bills
- Provide information on the availability of affordable loans and services
- Provide information on budgeting to improve skills and sustain long term financial capability.
This service is free of charge.
For further information or to speak with an Intake Worker please contact:
Phone: (03) 5278 8122