185 Mount Dandenong Road

Croydon Community Services and Outreach.

In Croydon, you’ll find our Uniting Vic Tas branch, dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the local community of individuals and families. Learn more about the specific community support programs we provide at our Mt Dandenong Road community centre below.

For any questions or further information about how we can help you, simply give us a call, fill out our online contact form, or visit in person.

Our Croydon Community Services

At Uniting Vic.Tas in Croydon, our support services include parenting support and skill building to help families thrive. See more below about how our programs can help with your situation.

185 Mount Dandenong Road, Croydon Directions

If you’re a parent facing various challenges like isolation, mental health issues, past traumas, financial struggles, family violence, or involvement with child protection services, our parenting and skill development program is ready to provide assistance.

Located at the Uniting Vic.Tas Croydon branch, we offer a range of support options for parents, including one-on-one support sessions, group parenting sessions, and interactive playgroups. No matter how intricate your circumstances may be, our commitment is to empower you as a parent and strengthen the bonds within your family.

Our parenting and skill development program is just one of the many family support services offered by Uniting Vic Tas. If you’re interested in learning more about how we can support you and your family, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Children with Complex Disability IFS (CCDN) provides family and disability supports for children with complex disability needs to remain at home (preservation), return safely home with their family (reunification), or reside safely outside the family home.


  • The child/ren is an NDIS participant
  • The child/ren has complex disability support needs that may not be sustainably met in the home
  • The child/ren is not at risk of immediate harm requiring a response from Child Protection.

(Please note that parents may also have a disability)

Our School Engagement Programs aim to support and empower primary and secondary school-aged children and young people, helping them stay engaged with their education. This service includes 

  • Study Buddies: a free weekly homework support group for primary aged students. Trained volunteer educators facilitate this group, providing assistance with maths, reading, and writing homework. 
  • School Focused Youth Services (SFYS): a program that supports vulnerable young people aged 10 to 18 (Grades 5-12) who are at risk of withdrawing from school. This program collaborates with schools, families, and caregivers to provide opportunities and skills for students to remain engaged in their education.
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