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Service Type: Specialist Services
Name: Sacred Heart Mission,St Kilda
Contact: The Program Manager, Sacred Heart Central
Phone: (03) 9537 1166
Fax: (03) 9525 3268
Email: Info@sacredheartmission.org
Website: http://www.sacredheartmission.org

Postal Address: P O Box 1284
St Kilda South  VC  3182
Street Address: 101 Grey Street
St. Kilda  VC  3182

Auspiced by: Not Applicable
Region: Southern Metropolitan

Volunteers: Administration Fundraising Direct Involvement with Service Users/Programs/Activities (including meals and the meeting place, health clinic and community visitors)
Summary: Wide range of Services and Programs for people who are homeless or disadvantaged. 
Comments: Sacred Heart Mission St Kilda Inc has endorsement as a Deductible Gift Recipient

Services: <div> MEALS: The Dining Hall provides free breakfast and lunch every day of the year and the opportunity for isolated people to develop friendships and a sense of connection with the community through the Drop-in service of the Meeting Place: a place to socialise, read, play board games and participate in activities.<br />HOMELESSNESS ASSISTANCE: Through the Resource Room and the assertive engagement workers in the Meeting Place, crisis support is provided in relation to a wide range of issues including homelessness.&nbsp; Housing Support is provided to assist people experiencing homelessness into a range of housing options. Outreach support is provided to people residing in Rooming houses and Transitional Housing.</div><div>MATERIAL AID: for food parcels, clthing, blankets,&nbsp;met tickets, medical prescriptions and limited financial assistance.</div><div>EMPLOYMENT/EMPLOYMENT RELATED SERVICES: The Personal Support Program (PSP) provides support to the long term unemployed who face multiple barriers to employment.</div><div>ACTIVITIES, RECREATION AND SPORT Activities: wide range of free non-physical activities, entertainment and outings. Recreation Program: wide range of free recreational and sporting activities for people of all ages, including football, indoor and outdoor cricket, running, netball, ten-pin bowling, gym, lawn bowls, tennis, swimming, golf, sailing and 8-ball pool and camps.&nbsp; Art Program, including opportunity to exhibit.</div><div>ALLIED HEALTH CLINIC provides: Services by volunteer practitioners including: counselling, orthotics, massage, reflexology, hairdressing, chiropractic therapy through RMIT students Visiting Services: College of Optometry, Dental service.</div><div>OPEN HOUSE services include: Case Manager assistance to assist women out of homelessness and/or pathways out of street prostitution. Emergency relief, emotional support, Health referrals Hygiene facilities General support life skill activites, e.g. cooking, Creative activities, e.g. art classes.</div><div>STREET OUTREACH: twice weekly, includes: promotion of harm minimisation practices, limited material aid, referral to Health Bus and emergency services as required. Informationon the Women's House and its services.</div><div>COMMUNITY AGED CARE PACKAGES (CACPs) provide case managed, flexible services which may include: information, personal care, transport, home care shopping, meals, laundry, respite carer support, after hours support, assistance with medication, referral for other services as requried assistance to access social activities, home and garden maintenance. Number of CACP;s packages organisation has in Region: 55.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp; </div>
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