Disability Organisations in Victoria
Listed below are the major disability service organisations in Victoria. To browse through our wide range of inclusive arts and disability organisations, please click HERE >>>
Victoria’s first online community for and by people with a disability.
Nightlife is a new website that provides a flexible night time service for people with disabilities living in their own homes in the Southern region of Melbourne. To find out more and watch the Nightlife Promotional visit the website.
DARU is a statewide service established to resource the disability advocacy sector in Victoria.
Better Hearing Australia (Victoria) is the only service in Victoria that provides free, independent and professional information and advice on managing hearing loss. We are a non-profit charity organisation funded by the state government.
SANE Australia is a national charity working for a better life for people affected by mental illness – through campaigning, education and research.
Scope is one of the largest providers of services to people with a disability in Victoria, and one of the largest not-for-profit organisations in Australia. Scope’s mission is to support people with a disability to achieve their potential in welcoming and inclusive communities. Scope has 96 offices around Victoria. For more information, visit the website at
Vision Australia offers a diverse range of services whch are tailored to a person’s level of vision. Most of their services are provided free of charge. For locations in Victoria, visit the website.
VCOD is the peak deaf organisation of deaf people in Victoria. It is a statewide government-funded organisation.
VicDeaf is the primary source of reference, referral, advice and support for deaf adults in Victoria. Vicdeaf works collaboratively with a variety of mental health, legal and employment providers, welfare agencies and government departments.