By making a donation to Odyssey House Victoria you will help provide the care and support needed to make a lasting difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
Work is underway to create a new Child and Family Centre at our Residential Rehabilitation facility in Lower Plenty. The demand for our services over recent years has increased significantly, and funding for our Residential Rehabilitation facility has been increased by Government to help us cope with additional numbers. In
Odyssey House signed an agreement to be part of a new integrated Health and Community Services facility to be located in Melton. Recently, Victorian Health Minister, Jill Hennessy officially kick started the construction of the innovative $21million project. The facility will have space for around 130 staff and is expected
In late 2014, the Victorian Government funded Odyssey House, in conjunction with Anglicare, to run our Discovery Day Program based in Werribee. Discovery is an intensive program of psycho-educational groups and activities over a 5-week period, and is specifically targeted to people who have significant problems with ice or other
In 2014, the Department of Justice commissioned Odyssey House to run a one-year pilot program called the Koori Women’s Program. This program provides 6 residential treatment beds for women and their children at our Residential Rehabilitation facility as an alternative to remand. This program was developed to achieve improved justice
Odyssey House is excited to partner with Box Hill Institute and Whitelion to deliver the Reconnect program across Melbourne, Whitehorse and the Yarra Ranges. Reconnect is a state-funded new project providing targeted support and case management to young people who are disengaged from school. Reconnect aims to strengthen young people’s