The Bushfire Case Support program can provide support for people who have been affected by the Summer 2020 East Gippsland bushfires.
Case Support Coordinators can:
Case Support Coordinators will be a single point of contact for those who need it.
To enquire phone: 03 8793 4206
The East Gippsland Bushfire Case Support Program is available to:
This is service is funded by the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements and the Victorian Government and is provided to you free of charge.
Windermere is acting on behalf of Bushfire Recovery Victoria to support those affected by the recent bushfires.
We have been asked to phone those affected and request details that will enable the timely distribution of grants from charity organisations as soon as they become available.
For more information please phone the team on 03 8793 4206
Call the number below to be linked to a Case Support Coordinator.
Windermere is coordinating COVID-19 supports for East Gippsland residents as part of a new State Government COVID-19 Initiative: Community Activation and Social Isolation Initiative (CASI). For more information, visit here.
Windermere staff joined the recent ‘Say NO to Family Violence’ campaign. November was family Violence Prevention month, a time for reflection by all. Early prevention and intervention is key and we all have a responsibility to raise awareness of the impact family violence has on so many in our local community.Read more
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"For the community, I think it's terribly important to understand what violence within a family setting is, what it means and what it involves." Read the full interview with Carol Barraclough, Team Leader of Gippsland Victims Assistance Program here http://www.latrobevalleyexpress.com.au/…/end-violence-aga…/…Read more
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Narre Warren, VIC 3805
Phone: 1300 946 337
Fax: (03) 9796 7650
ABN: 63 066 828 936
Registered Charity Number: A0025460D
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