State Emergency Service - ID: 217 VICSES has a wide range of roles including planning for and responding to floods, severe storms, earthquakes, road accident rescue as well as search and rescue. VICSES also provides a support role to other emergency service agencies including the Victoria Police. More than 5,500 volunteers provide this response across the state.
Salvation Army - ID: 221 The Salvation Army operates as both a church and a network of social services, stemming from its worship of God and its Christian values. There are currently 1,650,000 Salvationists (members) in over 106 countries. Thrift Shop and Welfare Services are located at 100 Broomfield Street Colac Vic 3250.
Tonys Health Links - ID: 225 Internet directories consist of a collection of links that point to health-related information sources (ie. they are an alternative to my Useful Sites page). They can be a very handy way to find what you are after.
Respite South West - ID: 230 Respite South West is an intranet site designed to improve communication and access to information for all people with an interest in respite issues living in South West Victoria.
Neighbourhood House - ID: 251 Neighbourhood House in the Barwon South Western Region incl.Geelong, Colac, Hamilton, Portland, Warrnambool.
Natural Therapy Pages - ID: 259 Natural Therapy Pages is the place to learn about Natural Therapies such as Shiatsu, Reflexology, Acupuncture and Naturopathy.
Karingal Community Living - ID: 264 Karingal Community Living aims to work in partnership with people with a disability and their families and carers to provide individually focused services. For over 50 years, Karingal has played an important role in the Geelong community. With a strong history of development, growth and initiative. Karingal provides opportunities and access for people with a disability or disadvantage to live as independent and equal members of the community.
Camp Quality - ID: 265 Camp Quality is a non profit organisation that is committed to bringing hope and happiness to every child living with cancer, their families and communities through ongoing quality recreational, educational, hospital and financial support programs. Help them make the lives of these kids happy while they are with us.
Colac Ambulance Station - ID: 430 The Colac Station is one of the State's busier rural call branches attending in excess of 1100 cases per year, with 40% deemed life threatening emergencies, 50% urgent, and the remaining 10% of cases classified as non urgent transports. Colac Station is just one of over 130 stations that form the state funded Rural Ambulance Victoria
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