Information, Referral and Support
Support workers are available Monday to Friday to assist you with information, referrals, advocacy and other supports. Our support is free, confidential and non-judgemental and we will work with you based on your unique needs. We know it can be tricky navigating just where and how to get help, so don’t be afraid to reach out with anything, big or small. Whether it’s help filling a form, negotiating with a utility company, linking in with a service, or getting on top of your finances, we are here to support you!
To speak with a support worker, please call (03) 8598 6600 or click the button below:
If you are experieincing unexpected financial hardship, please get in touch to speak with a support worker. We know it can feel overwhelming, but there are lots of services and supports to help get you back on track, and we can talk to you about what type of emergency relief you might be eligible for.
Emergency relief available at PPCG includes:
- Food vouchers (when available).
- Food pantry items.
- Myki day passes.
- Back to School assistance.
- Nappies and sanitary items.
- Pharmacy vouchers.
Emergency relief is available to residents and people experiencing homelessness within the City of Port Phillip. An appointment with a support worker is required to access emergency relief.
St Kilda (Postcodes 3182, 3183, 3184)
South Melbourne (Postcode 3205 & 3206)
Port Melbourne (Postcode 3207)
For eligibility and further information please call (03) 8598 6600 or click the button below:
The street pantry
The Street Pantry is a community managed project developed in conjunction with Mazon Australia and built by our friends at the Men’s Shed. It’s built on the philosophy, ‘give what you can, take what you need’.
If you are low on food, feel free to walk by and take what you need. Everyone is welcome. Likewise, if you would like to donate some non-perishable food, please do! The pantry is always in need of some love.
Alma Road Community House
200 Alma Road,
St Kilda East
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