We’re proud to have a number of offices operating all across Victoria. The comprehensive and diverse nature of our presence throughout the state is matched by the range of services we offer those who inhabit it.
Our programs and support services differ according to location, and are designed to meet specific community-relevant needs.
Beyond The Violence (BTV) is an 8 week program for non-offending parents and their children who have experienced family violence. It helps families establish safety, rebuild relationships and move forward with their lives after violence.
Anglicare Victoria runs a number of programs to support adults experiencing issues with Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD). Our services provide a holistic, inclusive service for people with co-occurring substance use, mental health and other concerns.
Enhanced Care Opportunities (ECO) is a specialist type of foster care. Carers provide a higher level of support to get young lives back on track. Additional resources help foster carers build confidence and emotional resilience in young people with difficult behaviours.
Functional Family Therapy (FFT) is a program to help young people and their family to reduce offending, repair and strengthen their relationships, improve the way they communicate and reduce conflict in the home.
Anglicare Victoria provide a range of services for people and families who are experiencing or are at risk of homelessness. Our centres provide young people and adults a safe place to seek help and find stable accommodation.
The Broadmeadows Women's Community House (BWCH) was established over 40 years ago to provide a safe, nurturing environment for isolated and marginalised women and children in the Hume region (North West Melbourne).
Over a two year period, the COMPASS program supports young people to successfully transition from Out of Home Care and sets them on a positive path to independence where they can fulfil their potential.