Home & Community Care (HACC)
The Home and Community Care (HACC) Program provides funding for services which
support frail older people, younger people with disabilities and their carers.
These services provide basic support and maintenance to people living at home
and whose capacity for independent living is at risk, or who are at risk of
premature or inappropriate admission to long-term residential care.
This program is funded jointly by the Australian and Victorian governments
under the HACC amending
agreement of 1998.
HACC in Victoria
Information about funding and services, and facts about HACC users.
Victorian HACC Program Manual, Victorian
HACC fees policy, and HACC unit
Support for State Conferences
Support for State Conferences or Symposiums
Information about Assessment in the HACC Program.
About the data collection team, help desk, guidelines and minimum data
Policy, planning & funding
Better planning & funds allocation,
HACC budget and
Planning to expand services.
Active Service Model Project, HACC Diversity planning and practice, Strengthening HACC in Aboriginal Communities, Service Development Grants
and Strengthening Wound Management Practice Initiatives.
Community care common standards guide, HACC program complaints policy, and statement of rights
Aims to promote and disseminate outcomes of quality innovations and research,
and to provide access to information on HACC funded projects to the HACC and
community care sector.
Listing of HACC publications.
In your language
HACC Program brochure and user rights and responsibilities available in 20 languages.
Contacts for more information, HACC data help desk, HACC MDS FAQs, and HACC MDS submission.
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