159 Sir Donald Bradman Drive,
Hilton SA 5033
Main: (08) 8234 1977
Fax: (08) 8234 2013
Since 1953 Diabetes SA has been delivering services to people with diabetes and their families and exists solely to minimise the impact of diabetes in the South Australian community.
Through raising awareness, providing information, developing education, facilitating support and supplying products, Diabetes SA continues the commitment to help all people living with diabetes, whilst contributing to the search for a cure.
As a not for profit organisation Diabetes SA relies solely on the generosity of its members and the community in raising funds to provide services across type 1, type 2, gestational diabetes and pre diabetes.
Diabetes Australia - Victoria
570 Elizabeth St,
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Main: 1300 136 588
Fax: (03) 9667 1778
Since 1953 Diabetes Australia – Vic has been the peak consumer body and leading charity representing all people affected by diabetes and those at risk.
They are committed to minimising the impact of diabetes in the community, helping all people affected by diabetes and contributing to the search for a cure. Their work covers type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes, as well as programs for people at risk.
They also rely heavily on the generosity of our caring community of members and supporters to help fund their diabetes education, awareness activities and research.
SIDS and Kids Victoria
1227 Malvern Road
Malvern, VIC, 3144
Ph: 1300 308 307 or (03) 9822 9611
Fax: 1300 308 317 or (03) 9822 2995
SIDS and Kids Victoria is a member organisation of The National SIDS Council of Australia. Sudden Infant Death Research Foundation Inc., trading as SIDS and Kids Victoria; is a high-profile and well respected nonprofit organisation that boasts an enviable history of success.
They offer services to approximately 400 Victorian families each year whose child has died suddenly and unexpectedly. They contact families as soon as they are notified; referrals to their organisation come from midwives, emergency responders, emergency department staff, through family or self referral. They have a 24 hour help line staffed by grief counsellors and trained parent supporters. Their support is ongoing - for as long as needed.
In addition, they support parents of approximately 65,000 new babies born each year in Victoria, through the promotion of Safe Sleeping practises and the delivery of education programs designed to reduce the incidence of child mortality.
All services and resources are provided free of charge.