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Free Internet access at Community Support Frankston

Internet access is available during OPEN HOURS to people showing identification. Access on the RHS computer is in 1 hour blocks and there is 5 minute stand up access on the LHS computer to view and print email, Centrelink and bank statements.

Computer time can be booked in advance at reception, or by phoning 9783 7284. Priority access is given to those who give the receptionist their name rather than people who just walk in and sit down. This means if you do not sign in at reception first you will be asked to make way for someone who has.

Microsoft 'Word' is installed for your convenience.
B/W laser printing is available at 15c per page.

Do not save your work anywhere on this computer
as it will automatically delete at the next log-on.

Computer use is conditional on the following:

    Please check with the receptionist before you sit down. Continuation of this project relies on us recording the amount of time these computers are in use.

  • NO FOOD OR DRINKS near the computer, either by you or your friends standing near you. You will be asked to leave immediately.

  • NO YOUNG CHILDREN Parents will be asked to remove their unsupervised young children from this area.

  • CODE OF CONDUCT Your acceptance and observance of the "Code of Conduct" located on the corkboard.


Quick links for kids

Kids Help Line
- For Kids
- Fun, games and helpful information
- For Teens - Ideas, options and information
- For Adults - What you need to know about the service

"Ask For" Search Engine for Kids

Thomas the Tank Games
Bratz Dolls Website
AFL Website - links to every AFL Club
Official Harry Potter website

"The Playground" ABC Website for Kids
Discovery Channel for Kids
NASA - Games, activities and information for Kids
National Geographic for Kids


Quick links to our website

Emergency and Personal Crisis Information

Local and Non-emergency Websites and Contact Numbers
Phone numbers and websites including health and support groups,
law and legal services, local transport and animal aid.

Local MP's

Frankston City Councillors

Local permanent residential Caravan Park accommodation

Where to find emergency accommodation

Homeless in Frankston (some assistance available)

Community Information, bus and train timetables, history, events, tourism, restaurants, cinemas, accommodation, things to see and do, schools, churches, organisations and clubs around the Frankston area.

Where to find other assistance locally regarding Food, Bill Payments, Emergency Accommodation and Housing, Clothing and Whitegoods, Financial Assistance, Legal Problems, Medical Services (including local bulk billing doctors), Low Cost Haircuts, Counselling, School Payments, and Chemist shop open hours.


Quick links to information on other websites

Australian JobSearch

Australian Taxation Office

Better Health Channel
Health and medical information for consumers, quality assured by the Victorian government.


Drug and alcohol counselling online
Free online service where you can communicate by text with a professional counsellor about
their own drug use or the drug use of a family member, relative or friend. Counselling Online is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across Australia.

Frankston City Council

Melbourne Homeless Services
Information about organisations able to help people in crisis compiled and maintained by people who are or have been in crisis themselves.

Mental Health Services for youth in Frankston Health service for young people living in the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula region based at Level 1, 12 Keys Street (near the Bayside Shopping Centre) in Frankston.  

Missing Persons Website Australian Government website with details and information about missing people. You can search by state, read their details, make a missing person sighting, provide information about a missing person or add a missing person.

Rural and Peninsula Disability Support
Helping housebound and elderly citizens around Frankston and the Peninsula.

The Legal Channel

Victims of Crime website
1800 819 817 Helpline open 8:00AM to 11:00PM

Victorian Government



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This page last updated: 11-Jun-2013