Welcome to SPCSIC
The Southern Peninsula Community Support and Information Centre (SPCSIC) is committed to meeting the needs of our community and seeks to contribute to
people’s awareness of their rights and responsibilities, with a particular emphasis on encouragement and the independence of those who are marginalised. SPCSIC provides
support to marginalised individuals and families who are experiencing disadvantage within the community.
We provide assistance through the provision of comprehensive support, information and advocacy services as well as material aid. SPCSIC works closely with other social
and community welfare organisations to provide the best service to our clients.
and Emergency Relief
The Support Service offers support to people in crisis with trained staff providing support, information, referral and practical assistance.Read More
(Southern Peninsula Laundry and Shower program) - a chance for those experiencing homelessness in the Southern Peninsula area to have a shower, get washing done and have lunch.Read More
Fresh Food Program
The Southern Peninsula Fresh Food Program works with SecondBite to provide fresh food on the Southern Mornington Peninsula.Read More
The Employment Engagement Project (EEP) is designed to work with long term unemployed or disengaged people to increase community engagement and participation.Read More
The Connecting Local Agencies of the Southern Peninsula (CLASP) project.Read More
Volunteer workers are trained by the Australia Taxation Office to assist people to fill in simple tax returns.Read More
The No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) provides individuals and families on low incomes with access to safe, fair and affordable credit.Read More
The Victorian Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) is a major public health initiative to minimise the spread of blood borne viruses HIV/AIDS and hepatitis BRead More