The Latest News from genU

COVID Notification – Wyndham Park Community House

Important COVID Notification - Update 17 July 2021

New mental health service in West Vic

Commencing from July 1st 2021, genU will be offering free low intensity mental health services across Western Victoria for people with, or at risk of, mild mental health conditions.

A Letter from Reese to feature at St Kilda Film Festival

We are beyond excited to announce that genU’s short film, A Letter from Reese, has been officially selected to screen online in The St Kilda Film Festival.

Drew finds ongoing work

Geelong’s Drew Semmens says genU Employment Pathways helped him find a new job in a new town.

Flinders University accommodation project

genU has committed funding to a research project which aims to improve the transition into supported accommodation for older people with disability.

Veronica enjoys the company of four musketeers

A friendship group dubbed “The Four Musketeers” has provided fun and laughter for Lara’s Veronica Shine.

Romantic connection makes life easier for Helen and Ray

Grovedale’s Helen Dickinson and Ray Howard are living more comfortable lives with support from a genU Home Care Package.

Emerge Living partners with genU

Emerge Living has teamed up with genU to ensure people living with disability have the opportunity to live more independently in modern and accessible housing.

genU VICTORIA SERVICES – COVID update

genU recognises that Victoria’s Circuit Breaker 5 day lockdown has presented many challenges, but would like to thank you all for your flexibility and understanding during this time.

genU and Housing Choices Australia partnership

genU Karingal St Laurence is excited to announce a partnership with Housing Choices Australia (Housing Choices), to redevelop two social housing sites in Belmont and South Geelong.