A page of quick links to publications, agencies and services used by local community workers.

Accommodation (Emergency, transitional and supported currently available around Melbourne)

Australian JobSearch

Australian Taxation Office

Better Health Channel Health health and medical information quality assured by the Victorian government


Child Support Agency homepage Glossary of Terms

Child Support Online Application

Department of Human Services Emergency Information Floods, storms or bushfires can occur without warning. A range of government agencies, local councils and community groups respond to the event, rescue and treat injured people, and control the immediate consequences of the emergency. Later, people affected may require advice and assistance with complex issues.

Energy & Water Ombudsman web pages for community workers

Education Costs Kit Resource for community workers

Frankston City Council

Frankston Library

Intervention Orders - How to collect evidence if your Order is breached (5 minute YouTube video)

Intervention Orders - The Intervention Order Process (14 minute video)

Justices of the Peace (find by postcode, surname or suburb) **Click in alphabet for letters other than 'A'

Law Handbook Online

Legal Aid Publications

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.

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.

Residential Tenancy Agreement (6 page doc file)

Beyond Disability Helping housebound and elderly citizens around Frankston and the Peninsula

Salvation Army database Contact details for services throughout Victoria. The CRIS (Crisis Referral Information System) Online Directory contains information on a large number of Victorian community based support services and other organisations.

SER Multicultural Services Directory


Victims of Crime website, Helpline 1800 819 817

Victorian Government