MCM Recovery Coaches are available in the Western suburbs and Bendigo for participants whose primary diagnosis is psychosocial disability.
The LGBTQIA+ community are at a higher risk of experiencing youth homelessness, and often encounter discrimination when seeking support.
Melbourne City Mission’s Frontyard Youth Services building is a finalist for Development of the Year - Hotels & Accommodation in The Urban Developer Awards 2020.
Our School Readiness Program helps children with disability or developmental delay prepare for school by building essential learning skills to support their transition. Talk to ouir early childhood intervention team today.
A partnership between IDP and Melbourne City Mission has resulted in more than $100,000 raised over three years to help end youth homelessness in Melbourne.
When home is not a safe place, where do you go? In this episode, we explore the complex issue of family violence and how it pushes young people into homelessness.
Produced by young people for young people, MCM launched its first podcast series this week, Their Journey Home, putting a spotlight on the challenges three of the most overrepresented communities face in Victoria’s youth homelessness system.
As of August 2020, after an exhaustive process which commenced at the end of 2019, Melbourne City Mission was approved by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services to join the National Redress Scheme.
This week marks the beginning of Speech Pathology Week. With more than 1.2 million Australians living with a communication disability, MCM's speech pathologists play an important role in supporting people who have a communication disability.
Although our Early Childhood Intervention Teams have had to quickly adapt our learning environments to deliver our services online, the program is still operating and thriving, and our dedication to supporting the families within our program remains unchanged!