VincentCare was established in 2003 by the St Vincent de Paul Society to support and advocate on behalf of the most disadvantaged Victorians through a range of accommodation and support services.
VincentCare provides high-quality services to people experiencing homelessness, people experiencing family violence, people living with disabilities, and men and women struggling with complex needs including substance abuse and mental health issues.
Our services are located across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria with employees committed to the principles of social justice that advocate for the vulnerable and disadvantaged in Victoria.
VincentCare has developed service delivery through hubs which comprise a different mix of accommodation, support and health services driven by the needs of the catchment population. These include:
- Hume Community Hub
- Inner Melbourne Community Hub
- Northern Community Hub