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Participate in your community with disability support services

Live your life with confidence and build your skills.

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or call 1800 343 287

Summary

  • We support you to get involved in hobbies and activities.
  • Manage your household and connect with others.
  • Gain independence and confidence.

Enjoy your life, your way

Access the support you want, when and where you want it.

Taking part in activities and experiences that matter to you – and having fun – can sometimes depend on having the right people around you.

Melbourne City Mission is here to support you in doing what you love most.

We offer assistance without getting in your way, so you can live life the way you want.

What social and community support is available?

We can support you anywhere, anytime to do the things that matter to you. From social outings to building skills or visiting venues — our services assist you to enjoy your favourite activities.

With funds from your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan, we connect you to support workers who are the right fit for your goals, interests and needs.

Your support workers can assist you to:

  • get up and ready for the day
  • gain or build independent living skills around the house like cooking and managing money
  • visit family and friends
  • connect with social groups
  • attend special events or go on holidays
  • feel confident in doing more things on your own in your community, like using public transport, shopping or enjoying a meal, volunteering and employment.


Want to do something totally different?


We’re open to new ideas and can support you to make it happen.

MCM has grown and evolved over the years through innovation and creativity. Dare to be different and let’s work together to make it a reality.

While the main aim of our activities is supporting you to have fun and building confidence, our program offers many other benefits.

Community participation is a great alternative to life skills training as you learn through doing in a fun and familiar environment. It’s an effective way of learning the life skills you need to feel more independent. It’s also a great way to meet new people.

Our social and skill development programs

Through our Compass program, we offer social opportunities, skill development, and support for people with an Acquired Brain Injury.

Get in touch

To learn more about connecting with your community and building independent living skills, contact our Central Support Team on 1800 343 287 or send an enquiry below.

We’d love to discuss the experiences that matter to you and the available services in your area.

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