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 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 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.
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
A wonderful evening bringing Melba's family together, celebrating 40 years of service.
Impact and Melba share a very similar mission, philosophy and values that emphasise: respect; treating people with dignity; and human rights.
Places, Passions and People: Developing Social Capital and Measuring Outcomes
Delivered by Cathy Ficker Terrill, President and CEO Council on Quality and Leadership, USA
I am very pleased to announce that Melba has entered into merger discussions with Impact Support Services.
Congratulations to Mara Robertson, POS Manager at Lara Court, who – as part of a ‘One Person, One Plan’ development group – won the ‘Excellence in Improving Health Award’ at this year’s Disability Sector Awards!
Jeannie Stevenson was Heather Bell’s best friend. Jeannie passed away on 17th September 2012 and for the six months between Jeannie’s and Heather’s passing (to the day), Heather longed for her friend and missed her dearly.
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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