30 years of Creating Another Chance

In 1983, ACSO commenced as a small support agency staffed by volunteers (then called The Epistle Centre; later The Victorian Offender Support Agency) for ex-prisoners who were highly disadvantaged.

We have grown over the 30 years to become a “provider of choice” in the delivery of a range of services and programs responding to unemployment, mental illness, disability, homelessness, substance use and offending behaviour. We now deliver programs across Victoria, New South Wales & Queensland.

Read the '30 years of creating another chance report' here

The People who have impacted ACSO over the years

Management and staff at Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO) acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians; their spiritual, physical, mental and emotional connection to the Land.

We are committed to the ongoing process of working towards and developing stronger links within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities and will actively engage in redressing inequitable service delivery to Indigenous Australians.

We pay our respect to elders past and present and we acknowledge the traditional land owners of Australia and we welcome all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to our service.

ACSO acknowledges funding from the Victorian, New South Wales & Queensland State Governments and Federal Government.

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