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Meet Quantum

Quantum Support Services has been operating in the Gippsland region since 1987. During this time, the organisation has built a strong reputation in achieving outcomes for the local community. Quantum provides support and care across Gippsland to address the needs of community members.

Quantum uses its standing the Gippsland community to promote awareness and address social issues, and works towards creating better health and wellbeing for Gippslanders. Our organisation builds integrity, respect and empowerment both within our organisation and for the region. An Equitable, Diverse and Inclusive Gippsland is important to Quantum.

Quantum is a not-for-profit support service, which means that all funds are used to support the community.

Support we provide

Quantum provide a range of services to support Gippslanders.
Browse our programs or get in touch to find our more.

Family Violence Safety Planning Information

Tenancy advocacy and support, homelessness and youth crisis accommodation
Family violence support for women and children, as a provider of of the Orange Door
Community connections by assisting vulnerable people connecting with services, health and support providers
Care services including Foster Care and Kinship Care
Youth and family services and youth justice programs
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We serve
to enrich the
wellbeing of
Gippslanders

News & announcements
April 1, 2021
A brighter Easter for Gippslanders
April 1, 2021
Private rental is no longer a realistic option for vulnerable and disadvantaged community members on low incomes
March 4, 2021
A little more information on the Mental Health Royal Commission.
March 2, 2021
The New Jobseeker Base Rate Does Not Go Far Enough
April 1, 2021
A brighter Easter for Gippslanders
April 1, 2021
Private rental is no longer a realistic option for vulnerable and disadvantaged community members on low incomes
March 4, 2021
A little more information on the Mental Health Royal Commission.
March 2, 2021
The New Jobseeker Base Rate Does Not Go Far Enough