Our community collaborators and partner organisations support us to provide a comprehensive range of services to our community. We are grateful to our funding partners, that enable us to deliver a range of services to our community across Victoria.
We work with a spirit of collaboration, not comptetition. We are passionate about facilitating partnerships with with a variety of organisations. We have previously worked with local councils, grassroots organisations, and unregistered community groups. We believe that a sythesis of all our perspectives and ideas will allow us to optimise outcomes for service delivery.
At IndianCare, the VicHealth Partnership Analysis framework guides our collaborative efforts. This tool allows us to maximise the benefits of our collaborations for our community, our partners, and ourselves.
Project Coordinator, WhittleSea Community Connections
We attended the Forum UNITE event organised by IndianCare, it was a great opportunity to network and collaborate. An IndianCare team member than pariticpated in our COP meeting to share the barriers and challenges faced by the South Asian community, was very insightful.
Dr Manjula Datta O'Connor,
Founding Director AustralAsian Centre for Human Rights and Health
Thank you Indian Care for your support and collaborations with AustralAsian Centre for Human Rights and Health . You launched my book Daughters of Durga and, helped to raise awareness around connection between family violence and mental health.
IndianCare is a valued partner to Study Melbourne, providing culturally responsive engagement for international students from India and South Asia. Study Melbourne values this partnership because it enhances Victoria’s warm welcome to students from these countries, with programs and events that are culturally inclusive.