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Socialise and build skills

Grow your confidence through social experiences and skill building

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Summary

  • Community based support and skill development for adults with a disability
  • Capacity building activities that help you live your life your way
  • Opportunities to explore your interests and expand your social life

Boost your social and daily living skills

At Melbourne City Mission, we want everyone to live their best life their way.

We open doors and provide new opportunities that focus on daily living skills, socialising, health and wellbeing and work readiness skills for adults with disabilities. 

What you’ll learn

There was a time when ‘being out in the community’ just meant getting out of the house. Now it means so much more than that.

It’s all about capacity building through engaging activities. Our Community Support program can assist you to learn new skills, try new activities, and socialise.

You might be looking for opportunities to learn new skills, try new activities, find work or become a volunteer.

We can support you as you to:

  • be part of your community
  • gain life skills and independence
  • get around on public transport
  • explore your interests
  • make new friends
  • join a group activity

We understand that everyone’s needs and interests vary. So, our team works with individuals and families to ensure we offer support that works towards personal goals.

Bridges

After 27 years of operating, Melbourne City Mission has made the difficult decision to close the Bridges program in Pascoe Vale.

MCM understands this is difficult news for participants, families, carers and staff who have been involved in the Bridges service for many years.

Through a staged transition, we will continue to support our participants during term 3 and work alongside them and their families to explore new arrangements and service providers before the closure of the service on Friday 20 September.

Support is available for Bridges participants, families and carers by emailing us or calling 03 9977 0004.

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