Casey North Community Information and Support Services

Emergency Relief

Emergency relief helps people cope with the immediate financial crisis in a way that keeps the dignity of the individual and inspires self-reliance. Emergency relief can serve as a safety net for people experiencing financial distress. It helps ease the financial crisis of those who have limited resources.
If you find yourself in a financially difficult situation, recovering from a disaster, or require special assistance, Casey North can provide you with emergency relief grants. The stress of financial hardship can be overwhelming and very difficult in certain circumstances, but Casey North is here to help people get through it.

Our Emergency Relief Services

Emergency relief organisations can be the primary point of contact for an individual with complex needs arising from a financial crisis. Many community organisations provide emergency relief services and support people in addressing their immediate basic necessities like free food help. Our free food vouchers for low-income families can help meet the daily requirements for people in financial distress. 

If you find yourself in a tough spot, reach out and contact us for support service.

Urgent financial assistance can be provided with food packages, cloth or transport and materials such as household goods, groceries, healthcare, and essential medicines for an emergency. Our services are designed to assist those in need, and we are funded to provide assistance to people experiencing financial hardship in the following postcode areas; 3803380438053806, and 3807 (within the City of Casey).

Making an Appointment

Assistance can be provided with food, prescriptions and travel for emergency needs. This is an extremely busy program, and people with appointments will be given priority over those dropping in. If you are unsure of where to go for assistance, please call us (03 9705 6699), and we will provide you with the information relevant to your area.

Free Meals/Food During Lockdown

Transit- Groceries only

Phone 9796 8966
Pastor Keith- 0438 398 594
Dot- 0428 882 068
Location- Factory 4 5/3 Webb St Narre Warren
Mondays 4pm to 6pm, Wednesday from 10am, Thursday 2pm to 4pm

St Vincent de Paul Society
Ph 1800 305 330
Doveton Neighbourhood Centre
Ph 9791 1449
Location 34 Oak Av Doveton
Food parcels available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 9.30 to 2.00pm.
Booking required.

ADRA Community Café
Ph 0425 747 866
Sunday Take away food 59 Webb St Narre Warren
Tuesday 12 to 2pm, Thursday 3pm to 5pm food parcels at 56 Montbrae Cct Narre Warren North.
Friday 4pm to 5pm Lynbrooke Community Centre 2 Harris Street Lynbook

Turning Point Hallam
Factory 2, 151-159 Princes Hwy, Hallam
Friday 10am – 2pm Food parcels and sometimes pre-cooked meals.
No referral needed. Residents of Hallam with Health Care Card.
Ph 9773 5551

BK2Basics
Ph 0401 050 732

Winepress - contact office for latest information

Ph 9796 1006

Hampton Park Uniting Church
Ph 9799 7994
Location 1 Coral Drv Hampton Park
Takeaway meals available every Thursday 12:30pm to 1:30pm.
Some food parcels also available at the same time

Shepherds Table
Ph 0488 227 535
Location 496 Princes Hwy Narre Warren
Food parcels available 1st and 3rd Saturday each month 11:30am till 2:00pm.

Sikh Volunteers Australia
Ph 0423 359 279
Fresh cooked vegetarian food
Free delivery, operating 7 days a week from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
Order before 12noon each day via website www.sikhvolunteers.org.

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