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Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA)

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Australian X & Y Spectrum Support (AXYS) 

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Essilor Vision Foundation

The Essilor Vision Foundation (EVF) is committed to eliminating poor vision and its lifelong consequences, and to providing underprivileged people the opportunity to live a better life through better sight.

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Marika MacKenzie - General Manager
0490 420 968

Musculoskeletal Australia (MSK)

Musculoskeletal Australia (formerly Arthritis Victoria) supports people with arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, gout, polymyalgia rheumatica and over 150 conditions

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Ph. 03 8531 8000 Ph. 1800 263 265
263 Kooyong Rd, Elsternwick, VIC 3185

Victorian Clinical Genetic Services (VCGS)

provide genetic consultation, counselling, testing and diagnostic service

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61 1300 11 8247

Support After Fetal Diagnosis of Abnormality ( SAFDA)

Support for termination of pregnancy due to fetal abnormality

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No To Violence- Men’s Referral Service ( NTV )

Working to end men's family violence

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1300 766 491
PO Box 277 (9.47 mi) Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 8009

Metabolic Dietary Disorders Association (MDDA)

Supports and represents families and individuals affected by a genetic Inborn Error of Metabolism

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Jenny Briant - Executive Officer
1800 288 460; (03) 9723 0600
Suite 4, 6 Thomas Brew Lane, Croydon, VIC, 3136

Australian Rare Chromosome Awareness Network (ARCAN )

Supports children living with any rare chromosomal abnormalities

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Australian Disorders of the Corpus Callosum ( AUSDOCC)

Provide recognition, opportunities, access and resources for people with disorders of the corpus callosum

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Maree Maxfield - Secretary
0428 579 216
PO Box 533 Altona Vic. 3018

Continence Foundation of Australia

Promotes bladder and bowel health.

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(03) 8692 8400 (office); 1800 33 00 66 (Helpline)

Chronic Illness Peer Support (ChIPS)

Peer support group for young people (12-25) living with a primary diagnosis of a chronic medical illness.

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