Money and financial support
Centrelink deliver social security payments and services to Australians.
For more information visit https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/centrelink
Due to the influx of claims and increased traffic on Centrelink phone lines, you may be having additional challenges accessing Youth Allowance and in particular Unreasonable to Live at Home (UTLAH) Claims.
If you are needing additional support accessing this service, please contact Nillumbik Youth on 9433 3111 for help.
How to claim and eligibility information:
Youth Allowance - How to claim
Payment and services during COVID-19
Job Seeker Payment
Job Seeker - How to claim
Diamond Valley Community Support
Free counselling with Psychologists; Employment Consultant; Tax help; Financial Counselling; Material aid for prescriptions; Limited food vouchers & referrals to Foodshare plus more.
Shop 378a, Level 3, Greensborough Plaza
Ph: 9435 8282
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday
Online service providing free tools, tips and guidance to help Australians take control of their money to help build a better life.
Creating Connections Education Employment Pathways (CEEP)
Providing young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Melbourne’s North and West with brokerage funding to assist in sustaining education, employment and training.
Eligibility: Support Agency submission - Aged between 16-25 years, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, receiving homelessness support in the North or West areas of Melbourne
Areas Covered: Banyule, Darebin and Nillumbik
6 Church St Fitzroy
Ph: 03 9611 2416
State school relief committee
SSR provides footwear and clothing to students attending Victorian Government Schools.
Eligibility: Make an appointment with your schools headmaster, principal or student welfare co-ordinator