St Laurence Community Services
St Laurence is an incorporated association under the Victorian Associations Incorporation Act 1981.
Since 1959 we have specialised in caring for people as they age, supporting them in their own home or in our residential care home. In addition, St Laurence provides leading community services to people who have a disability or who are suffering from disadvantage.
St Laurence also offers employment and training opportunities within our community, ensuring employers who are looking to employ a reliable and dedicated workforce are met with the best prospects of finding an employee.
As a not-for-profit organisation, St Laurence heavily relies on donations to cover the shortfall in government fees and funding so we can continue to provide a wide range of services.
Residential aged care (high care/low care)
Support services to assist people who are ageing
Respite care facilities
Supported low income housing
Community-based, individualised support for people with disability
Assistance for people experiencing disadvantage
Employment and vocational training services
St Laurence’s committed employees and volunteers are passionate about listening to what individuals have to say. Together, we deliver innovative, quality services that enhance people’s lives.
Our Mission: Helping people help themselves
Our Vision: We innovate and build resilient, inclusive communities to help people achieve their full potential.
Web Address: http://www.stlaurence.org.au