1. The Victorian Department of Human Services website
For more information about complaints click on the following link:
2. The Victorian Disability Services Commissioner
The Disability Services Commissioner can help people with a disability if they are unhappy with their disability service provider.
For more information about the Disability Services Commissioner click on the following link:
The Disability Services Commissioner has a series of ‘Occasional Papers’ or stories about complaints. For more information click on the following link:
For an Auslan signed video about the Disability Services Commissioner click on the following link:
3. Community Visitors
Community Visitors are people who visit residential services like group homes to make sure people with a disability who live there are being treated properly.
For more information about Community Visitors click on the following links:
4. Advocacy Services
The Act says people with a disability can contact advocacy organisations to help them if they have a complaint.
The Disability Advocacy Resource Unit or DARU has a list of those services. Click on the following link:
For more information about disability advocacy services click on the following link:
5. Tell Some One
The Tell Some One website has been made to give information to anyone in the community who may have been hurt by family violence.
The website can help people find out what to do and where to go for help.
For more information click on the following link:
Non-plain English version here: