Grants Victoria - Health


The Victorian Government grants directory enables you to search for government grants and assistance within the state of Victoria. Find here the community, education, legal and business grants or financial assistance which are available to you.

Grants Victoria is a directory of Victorian Government grants and assistance. Here you’ll find general information about grants and assistance for individuals, businesses and communities that can help you:

  • fund ideas and initiatives;
  • develop local and national solutions;
  • get assistance in times of hardship; and
  • access further information.

Victorian Government includes Departments, statutory authorities and government business enterprises.

Grants include funding programs, individual grants, fellowships and scholarships.

Assistance includes help or support in various forms for example, government concessions, such as the seniors card and the winter gas concession, goods, such as water saving rebates and shower heads, or funds,  such as the community safety fund grant, for citizens of Victoria.

We are working to ensure that information on Grants Victoria is current and will update accordingly.

Please Note: You should contact the relevant department or agency for more information about their individual grant or assistance programs.

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  • Grants

    Government funding for individuals or organisations for a specified purpose directed at achieving goals and objectives.

  • Assistance

    Help or support in various forms (e.g government concessions, goods or funds) for citizens of Victoria.

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    • Ambulance cover - Concession benefits
      Ambulance cover - Concession benefits

      Eligible Victorians holding a valid Pensioner Concession or Health Care Card currently receive free clinically necessary transport. This may not apply when being transported from a private healthcare facility.

      Category: Health

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • ARC Linkage Project Grant
      ARC Linkage Project Grant

      The ARC Linkage Project Grant enables researchers to partner with VicHealth to apply for ARC Linkage funding for large-scale research projects. VicHealth is seeking Expressions of Interest (EoIs) from researchers whose ARC Linkage projects focus on health promotion and public health research and development.

      Category: Health

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Opening date: 29 May 2018

      Closing date: 19 July 2018

      Status: Opening soon

      VicHealth

    • Assistance After Your Final Award
      Assistance After Your Final Award

      If an applicant requires further financial assistance for their recovery , they may make an application to vary the original award of financial assistance.

      Category: Health, Justice

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal

    • Cemetery grant process and applications
      Cemetery grant process and applications

      Cemetery trusts may apply to the department for a grant. The department does not provide financial assistance for repairs to, or restoration of, memorials – that is, monuments or plaques.

      The department assesses grant applications twice each financial year, in November and March. Funding for successful grant applications is usually allocated the following month.

      Alert: Current grant round closes 31 March 2018.

      Category: Community, Health

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Businesses and For Profit Organisation

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Clothing Expenses
      Clothing Expenses

      The Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal can award an eligible applicant financial assistance for clothing and expenses.

      Category: Health, Justice

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal

    • Counselling Expenses
      Counselling Expenses

      The Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal can award an eligible applicant financial assistance for Counselling Expenses

      Category: Health, Justice

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal

    • Disabilities Donations Trust
      Disabilities Donations Trust

      The Disability Donations Trust (the Trust) is a set of charitable bequests, sitting under the umbrella of the Psychiatric Illness and Intellectual Disabilities Donations Trust Fund (PIIDDTF). The Trust provides grants to people with a disability as defined by the Disability Act 2006.

      Category: Community, Health

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • Distress and Dependency
      Distress and Dependency

      The Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal can award an eligible applicant financial assistance for Distress and Dependency

      Category: Health, Justice

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal

    • Electronic Communication Devices Scheme (ECDS)
      Electronic Communication Devices Scheme (ECDS)

      The Victorian Aids and Equipment Program's Electronic Communication Devices Scheme is a state-wide service which supports people with disability, who have no speech or speech that is difficult to understand, buy speech generating devices and software.

      Category: Health

      Type: Assistance

      Eligibility: Individuals

      Status: Ongoing

      Department of Health and Human Services

    • End of life ancillary services grant
      End of life ancillary services grant

      Across Victoria there are a wide range of ancillary organisations that have evolved in response to a need for practical and timely support for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families/carers. These organisations aim to help people to make the most of every moment as their lives draw to an end. They do this by providing support that enable people to remain at home with their families, friends and local communities for as long as possible, often until their death.

      These organisations do not provide direct clinical care but, by working with existing clinically focussed services and other funded community services, contribute to supporting people to be cared for and die at home. In so doing, they prevent unwanted hospital admissions where there is no clinical reason for the person to go to hospital.

      The supports these organisations provide are an invaluable addition to the direct care provided by palliative care, health and mainstream services. In many instances these agencies bridge a gap between funded health and community services and informal and grass-roots support from family, friends and their community.

      Category: Health

      Type: Grants

      Eligibility: Not For Profit Community Organisations

      Opening date: 31 January 2018

      Closing date: 28 February 2018

      Status: Closed

      Department of Health and Human Services

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