This program provides case management support to families who are experiencing, or have experienced family violence. Support workers can assist with information, advocacy, referral and support.
Families living in Casey and Cardinia who are experiencing, or have experienced family violence.
For referrals contact the homelessness support services intake worker on 1300 946 337.
I respect each child's individuality and needs and want to help them feel safe and secure so they can grow and learn in a natural environment. The early years are the foundations of learning for the rest of their lives.
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Growing up was a long hard struggle for Jessica. Her parents, after many troubled years, finally separated when she was 18 but by that time, Jessica’s relationship with them was at breaking point so she packed her bags and left home. The problem was there was nowhere for her to go.Read more
Adele* came to Windermere when she was eight months pregnant together with her three other children and her mother. She was in a state of deep distress. Although she had separated from her partner, Corey*, due to ongoing violence and had taken out an intervention order, he still managed to track the family down, break into their house and threatened to kill them repeatedly.Read more
Katie is a mother of two young children who suffers from severe post natal depression, mental health issues and desperate feelings of isolation.Read more
Richard's 9 year old son Joshua has severe cerebal palsy and his wife passed away unexpectedly leaving Richard to be Joshua's sole carer. Richard ran his own truck driving business and despite help from family and friends, his respite care options became too scarce, Richard was simply unable to work.Read more
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Narre Warren, VIC 3805
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Registered Charity Number: A0025460D
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Windermere is committed to protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people.
Phone: 1300 946 337
Fax: (03) 9796 7650