ACSO's Disability Program Residential Services are funded to provide high quality community-based accommodation for people with disabilities. The servces encourage developmental opportunities and individual choice, enable maximumum integration within the community, and promote a lifestyle similar to those of otehr community members.
ACSO's Disability Program operates 5 residential services for individuals who have an intellectual disability and display challenging behaviours or behaviours of concern. These services are located around metropolitan Melbourne and in regional Victoria.
Francis House is a state-wide service offering residential placements up to 12 months in duration to individuals who have an intellectual disability and who have had contact with the criminal justice system, or are at risk of doing so.
The Dual Disability Residential Service is a specialist short to medium-term program for clients who have both an intellectual disability and a mental illness living in the Southern Metropolitan Region.
For more information on service specific eligibility and referral processes, please download the appropriate brochure, below.
|ACSO Disability Program - Regional Accommodation Service Brochure.pdf||451.43 KB|
|ACSO Disability Program - Francis House Service Brochure.pdf||1 MB|
|ACSO Disability Program - Dual Disability Residential Service Brochure.pdf||448.7 KB|
|ACSO Disability Program - Residential & Outreach Referral Form - V4.pdf||60.75 KB|