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If you are in immediate danger and require urgent assistance, dial 000.

If you live in Victoria and your home is about to flood, call VICSES on 132 500.

If you have been impacted by flooding in Victoria, you can call the Flood Recovery Hotline on 1800 560 760 for assistance with navigating available supports, clean-up, temporary accommodation, and mental health and wellbeing support.

If you have been impacted by flooding and you are seeking disaster payments, grants and financial assistance, please visit the pages below:

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Aitkenvale Uniting Church

Congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia situated in Aitkenvale, Townsville on the corner of Ross River Road and Anne Street. We seek to engage with our surrounding community to provide pastoral and financial assistance to needy individuals and families, particularly those impacted by disasters such as the 2019 flooding.
The church is open Mon-Fri, 9am-12 noon for pastoral care and prayer, food and gift vouchers available, power for charging phones and free tea/coffee and refreshments.

Aitkenvale QLD 4814

W aitkenvale.unitingchurch.org.au/

ALARA QLD Limited

ALARA QLD Limited provides a range of support services for people with a disability and their carers and older Australians residing in the Ipswich, Somerset and Lockyer areas.

Alawa Aboriginal Corporation

Alawa Aboriginal Corporation provides services to ;
Children - aged 6 to under 15, Unemployed persons
Adults - aged 65 and over, Males, Females, People at risk of homelessness / people experiencing homelessness, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people , Youth - 15 to under 25 and People with disabilities

Katherine NT 0852

W alawa.org.au/

Alawa Primary School

We are a primary school in Darwin with 300 students. We have a large Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program.

Various locations around Australia

W alawaprimary.nt.edu.au/

Albany Youth Support Association

AYSA is an organisation that supports youth from 12-21 years of age who are at risk in the local community.

Young House: An 8 bedroom crisis accommodation facility for youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, staffed 24/7.

Albany Youth Outreach / Denmark Youth Outreach: Young people aged between 12 and 18 who are in crisis or experiencing a difficult journey through adolescence can access the support of our qualified youth workers.

Navig8: Assisting young people who have lived in child protection care, foster care or group homes. They are given the tools to live independently in the community.

Reconnect: Assisting young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping them to reconcile with their family within a safe and supportive environment.

Open Access: An after-school program that provides a safe, supportive space where young people can get creative and bring ideas to life three afternoons a week.

Centennial Park WA 6330

T 08 98422082

W aysa.org.au/

Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre

Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre is a co-educational learning community catering for young people between 14 and 25 years of age. Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre offers a families program and young parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Young people are enrolled in either junior or senior and are registered for the Queensland Certificate of Education through the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority.

Albert Park Public School

Albert Park PS is a small primary school within the Lismore NSW community. Our community was severely impacted by the recent flooding disaster, many of our families have lost everything. Any donations to help support our families would be greatly appreciated.

Aldridge State High School

Education of students in Years 7 to 12

ALECOMM (Australian Legislative Ethics Commission)

Australian Legislative Ethics Commission assists people in need, particularly indigenous families, in Alice Springs.

Alice Springs NT 0870

W alecomm.com

Alfred Health - Homeless Outreach Psychiatric Service

HOPS provide specialist mental health intervention for homeless people who do not readily engage with mental health services.

Alice Springs Baptist Church

We run a kid's club once a fortnight for indigenous kids and their families.

Ciccone NT 0870

W alicebaptist.org/

Alice Springs Youth Accommodation & Support Services, Inc

We are the only youth specific charity in the Northern Territory. We have been a registered charity since 1990. We have 4 shelters and a Drop In Centre.

The ASYASS model has many components focusing on early intervention, brief interventions, intensive case management and life skills development. Our 4 shelters service young people 10 to 24 years of age. We have a Crisis Refuge, a Mums and Bubs Refuge that assists young mothers, a House devoted to Complex needs and Transitional housing. The Drop In centre provides out reach and a number of services including clothing, food and assistance to access school, work and medical facilities.

Alice Springs NT 0870

W asyass.org.au/

All About Living

All About Living Inc. provides weekly in home care, nursing and support for 1100 people who are vulnerable including the aged, frail, veterans and people who live with disability. Our mission is to help people to live as part of their own community, through a consumer directed care service model that promotes choice, support and community connection.

Sandgate QLD 4017

W allaboutliving.com.au/

All Saints Anglican Church - Chermside

As a busy parish church we are very much involved in helping the community around us as we have many disadvantaged people living in our area. We have refugees and migrants who we help to assimilate into our community, homeless people and people on Centrelink payments. We give out food packages to them and last year 251 packages and 54 Christmas hampers were distributed. Also at present we have organised days with volunteers helping
. soup kitchen Tuesday nights
. craft days
. community group meetings for coffee and chat
. special event days - Mother's Day morning tea, Australia Day
barbecue
. curry nights and other culture food
. preschool age children playgroup

Chermside QLD 4032

W allsaintschermside.org.au/

All Saints Conference St Vincent de Paul - Tumbarumba

Provides welfare and support to those who are experiencing difficult circumstances .Provide support to community members in need. Financial, clothing, assistance with bills and other matters. Social support also. "A hand up not a hand out"

Tumbarumba NSW 2653

W vinnies.org.au

Allison House Student Accommodation Inc

We encourage foster and assist parents of the remote outback of Far West NSW who live on isolated properties or in isolated small towns to obtain a secondary education for their children through the provision of Hostel and pastoral services. Allison House employs suitably qualified personnel to assist the volunteers who run and maintain the hostel on a day to day basis.

Broken Hill NSW 2880

W allisonhouse.com.au/

Alma Road Community Care Unit

Alma Road Community Care Unit (ARCC) is part of Alfred Health, a Victorian public health service. ARCC provides 24/7 clinical care, including assessment, treatment and case management support to adults aged 25-64 years experiencing serious mental illness and living in the Inner Southeast of Melbourne. We work in partnership with our clients, their families/carers and the community to reduce the impact of mental illness, improve quality of life and to promote recovery.

Alstonville Agricultural Society

Alstonville Agricultural Society Inc hosts Community events.
Registering to support local flood affected community.

Various locations around Australia

T 0416 144 086

E office@alstonvilleshow.com

W alstonvilleshow.com

Alta-1 College (WA)

Alta-1 College is a multi-sited CARE School that provides alternative education for young people who struggle to engage with mainstream schooling. The College provides relational and flexible curriculum, that is student focused to help address Social, Emotional and Psychological issues, whilst regaining an academic pathway towards secondary school graduation.

Wangara WA 6065

W alta-1.com.au/

Alta-1 Targeted Engagement Programme (TEP)

The TEP Program is for Youth ages 12-16 who are severely disengaged and been involved in Crime, some having spent time in Prison.
A Youth Engagement Worker's role is to mentor 6-8 youth at a time with four components.
- Significant relationship building
- Personal Recovery program
- Education
- Good Deeds (community service)
The program runs for 10- 15 weeks, some youth stay longer with a view that it is a bridge to a new pathway.
Majority of these students do not have family support and do not have their basic needs met.
Often the YEW is required to access housing, food, clothing, bedding and personal items for the young person.
TEP works in collaboration with the Juvenile Justice Team, Education Department and Youth Police.




Joondalup WA 6027

W alta-1.com.au

Althea Projects Inc.

Althea Projects Inc. - The Townsville Drop In Centre TDIC current clientele is predominately people experiencing or at risk of homelessness or poverty.
In addition to funding service agreement requirements (Housing Referrals, and Community & Home Care Support Program), the TDIC provides space for people to access basic human needs such as food/meals, day time shelter, connection with others, personal hygiene care (showers, toilets, washing machines), medical care (doctor/nurse), emergency relief (food, financial, materials) plus opportunity for clients to contribute to the upkeep of the Centre through centre-based paid jobs (i.e. cleaning) or paid project work.

The TDIC extends to a Hub where by key community and government agencies provide locum services within the Centre (i.e. Centrelink, Redcross, Anglicare, HOTT) or utilise the centre as a place to meet and hold cross organisational meetings to discuss matters associated with people who are experiencing homelessness

Amaroo Early Learning Centre

A small community based childcare service that provides care for children from 6 weeks to 5 years.

AMES Australia - Melbourne

Refugee and Asylum Seeker Settlement Services in Victoria

Melbourne VIC 3000

W ames.net.au/

AMES Australia - South Australia

Humanitarian Aid

Adelaide SA 5000

T 132637

E enquiries@ames.net.au

W ames.net.au

Amity Health

A not for profit community health organisation providing services to vulnerable people (including children and families) in regional Western Australia

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