Department of Human Services - ID: 17 The mission of the regional office is to enhance and protect the health and wellbeing of all residents of the Barwon-South Western region, and strengthening assistance for disadvantaged groups and places. The Barwon-South Western Region is one of nine Department of Human Services regions in Victoria. It extends from Lara to the South Australian border, covering 29,637 square kilometres.
Glastonbury - ID: 42 Glastonbury provides a range of services to over 2,000 children, young people and families every year. These include early years early intervention, counselling, groupwork, community development and support, intensive family support and out of home care provided by voluntary community carers and within residential units.
Mental Health - ID: 57 Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe, Surf Coast, Colac-Otway (Local Government Areas), Corangamite-South [part1], Golden Plains-South East[part2] and Golden Plains-South East.
Primary Care - ID: 103 The Primary Care Partnership Strategy (PCP) is a major reform in the primary health and community services sector in Victoria. The Barwon PC Forum members will focus primarily on collaborative approaches for the achievement of Service Coordination and Health Promotion strategies through its Community Health Plan.
St John Ambulance - ID: 108 St John has been providing first aid training, kits and services to Australians for 120 years. To date, more than 20,000 Victorian business, government and non-profit organisations have benefited from St Johns expertise. St John is your trusted partner in First Aid because when it comes to saving a life, Minutes Matter.
South West Alliance of Rural Health - ID: 109 Alliance of public health agencies in the South West of Victoria covering an area of approximately 60,000 sq. kilometres connecting all public acute hospitals and associated health services in a region extending from west of Melbourne to the South Austral
Heart Foundation - ID: 113 The Heart Foundation is dedicated to reducing the dreadful effects of the number of people living with, or dying from heart, stroke and blood vessel disease. Their website features the best in healthy cooking and adds a splash of excitement to healthy food.
Kids Count - ID: 114 Kids Count is a website for parents that is all about childhood. It has information that can help you to raise happy and confident children. Being a parent is the most important job you can do. It also lasts a lifetime. Some say it is a journey filled with amazing rewards and sometimes seemingly impossible challenges.
Colac Osteopathic - ID: 159 Dr Chris Huxtable and his associates will ease all of your aches and pains. Make an appointment to get professional relief from nagging or persistant pain.
Drug Treatment - ID: 180 The Alcohol and Other Drugs Service provides support and help for people with an alcohol or drug problem. The Colac AOD Service employs 6 staff with a variety of professional backgrounds including Psychology, Social Work and Welfare. One staff member has also been a Publican.
Colac Area Health - ID: 208 Colac Area Health is a unique, integrated Health Service model which provides Acute, Aged Care, Primary Care and Allied Health services. We currently operate a Public Health Service (50 beds), two Aged Care facilities (78 beds), Birregurra Community Health Centre, Home Nursing incorporating Home and Community Care, Hospital in the Home, Post Acute Care and Palliative Care, and an extensive range of Primary Care services.
CFA Colac Region 6 - ID: 215 Region 6 CFA protects Colac and the surounding Otway Ranges from the destruction and devestation of bushfires all year long. Prepare your property during the winter months to reduce fire hazards. CFA falls within the State Government portfolio of the Department of Justice and reports to the Minister of Police and Emergency Services.
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