Neighbourhood House Victoria, formerly the Association of Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres (ANHLC) provides strategic leadership for Neighbourhood Houses in Victoria, supporting members with effective state-wide advocacy, quality research, and timely advice on relevant policy and legislative developments. It was established in the early 1970’s as the peak body for Victorian Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres. It currently has a membership of over 370 organisations, comprising more than 90% of all Houses and Centres in the state.
The Centre for Community Services System Development (formerly known as the Office for the Community Sector) has two key responsibilities: driving cross-government activity that reduces unnecessary burden related to government accountability and compliance requirements; and supporting the sector to build capacity to continue to be responsive to the needs of Victorians.
How to establish and run a club or not-for-profit organisation, and information about applying for grants in Victoria.
For multicultural communities, consumers with a disability, policy makers, teachers.