Melba Support Services Inc is a not-for-profit community based organisation that supports people with a disability to connect with their chosen communities and to lead the lives of their choice.
Melba is proud to be registered to provide supports for people under the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Click here to find out more about the NDIS in Victoria.
Melba is grateful for the generosity and support of community partners, business partners, volunteers and donors. If you would like to get involved, visit the Get Involved page or click on our Donate Now button.
Melba’s staff are focused on supporting people to make meaningful connections and play valued roles within their lives.
Melba Support Services was thrilled to welcome Her Excellency, Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria on her first visit to Melba.
Melba Support Services and Mt Evelyn Primary School present 'One Community' - an art project celebrating difference in our community.
Melba Support Services is a not-for-profit, community based organisation that supports people who live with a disability to lead everyday lives of their choice.
Recognised as the Yarra Ranges ‘Community Group of the Year, 2013’, Melba recently celebrated 40 years of providing quality, individualised services to people with a range of disabilities.
Our mission, for individuals with a disability to lead everyday lives, underpins every decision, action and communication undertaken at Melba, and helps to ensure that the services we provide value and respect the rights of each person accessing our services, and focuses on each person as an individual.
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is celebrated on the 3rd December each year.
Your contribution to this special time in Melba’s history will have a positive impact on the services we provide.
Over 100 volunteers spent the day giving Roland Avenue a major make-over.
After watching Peter Hitchener read the 6pm Channel 9 news for as long as he has been doing so, Peter Cornwell’s dream came true
Melba Support Services today announced that it would be merging with Karden Disability Support Foundation, based in Ballarat. Melba Chair Dr John Annison said, “We particularly chose Karden to merge with because we share similar mission, philosophy and values that focus on respect, treating people with dignity and human rights. The care and wellbeing of the individuals supported by both organisations are our priority. It has been critical to ensure that there won’t be any change to the services they receive, nor the high-quality service we provide.”
Able Bake House’s Trivia Night is on again!!
Share a special moment with someone you love this Mother’s Day with a delicious Able Bake House hamper - available now!
The National Disability Insurance Scheme is being rolled out from 1 July 2016; in the outer east it will start on 1 November 2017.
What will that mean for you? Come and find out at Melba’s NDIS Information Session on Saturday 16 April.
The State Government today announced it would make available $2.97 million for our affordable housing development at the Anderson Street church in Lilydale.
Minister for Consumer Affairs, Jane Garrett, made the announcement today at the site.
About Melba Support Services
A society that values the individuality and rights of all people
Individuals with a disability leading everyday lives
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