Community involvement

The Department of Human Services supports activities that encourage people to become involved in their community.

Young People in the Community

Young people can get involved in many activities in the community. This involvement builds stronger relationships across cultural and age divides and promotes wider opportunities for education, training and employment.

Women in the community

Women play a pivotal role in every community. Initiatives are in place to expand leadership opportunities for women across the community on councils, boards, committees and community groups, across metropolitan, rural and regional centres.

Men in the community

Men play a vital role in building communities acting as role models to young people and providing extended relationships to women and children.

In your neighbourhood

Getting involved in activities in and around your neighbourhood helps to build a sense of belonging and rootedness to the place you live in. By contributing to your neighbourhood and taking part in community events, you develop friendships and ties with your community along the way.

People with a disability in the community

The Victorian Government is committed to supporting people with a disability, their families and carers.

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