Melbourne City Mission acknowledges the decision to close Bridges, our longest running disability day service, has been difficult for participants, families and staff.
Homeless advocates around Australia are once again calling on the government to implement a national strategy to address the housing affordability crisis – a key driver in people becoming homeless.
Melbourne City Mission (MCM) has released its submission to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health system, which highlights many of the barriers clients face when accessing mental health services.
MCM's early learning services are excited to introduce new holiday discounts and days in lieu, enabling families to access ongoing, flexible childcare support that meets their family’s circumstances and needs.
Melbourne City Mission (MCM) has expanded its disability service Support Coordination to Melbourne’s eastern suburbs by opening a new site in Boronia.
Frontyard has helped over 486 young Victorians since it opened its doors in May this year.
Victoria’s voluntary assisted dying laws come into effect on 19 June 2019. It allows a person in the late stages of advanced disease to take medication prescribed by a doctor that will bring about their death at a time and location they choose.
After 27 years of operating, Melbourne City Mission (MCM) commenced informing families and staff last week of the difficult decision to close its Bridges Service in Pascoe Vale.
Victoria’s largest youth homelessness service provider, Melbourne City Mission (MCM), is pioneering a 24-hour crisis accommodation centre, with support services around the clock, to help the increasing numbers of young Victorians experiencing homelessness.
After 18 months of construction, Frontyard’s new four-storey service and crisis accommodation centre is now in operation welcoming young people through its doors.