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Greek Welfare Center
42 Knight Street Clayton, Victoria, Australia 3168
Telephone 03-9543-4677
Greek Welfare Center
22 Marsden Crs St. Albans, Victoria, Australia 3021
Greek Welfare Center
29 Victoria Street Coburg, Victoria, Australia 3058
Telephone 03-9354-2575
Greek Welfare Centre
7 Hartington Street Northcote, Victoria, Australia 3070
Telephone 03-9486-6588
Greek Welfare Centre
349 High Street Northcote, Victoria, Australia 3070
Telephone 03-9481-8411
Greek Welfare Centre
313 Burnley Street Richmond, Victoria, Australia 3121
Greek Day Care Centre
Wellwood Court Clayton South, Victoria, Australia 3169
Telephone 03-9558-2515
Greek Welfare Centre
42 Knight Street Clayton, Victoria, Australia 3168
Telephone 03-9543-4677
Greek Welfare Centre
22 Marsden Crs St. Albans, Victoria, Australia 3021
Telephone 03-9310-7477
Greek Welfare Centre
29 Victoria Street Coburg, Victoria, Australia 3058
Telephone 03-9354-2575

Greek Welfare Centre
7 Hartington Street Northcote, Victoria, Australia 3070
Telephone 03-9486-6588

Greek Welfare Centre
349 High Street Northcote, Victoria, Australia 3070
Telephone 03-9481-8411

Greek Welfare Centre
313 Burnley Street Richmond, Victoria, Australia 3121
Telephone 03-9428-3233




The 
Australian Greek Welfare Society
 opened its doors to the Greek 
community  in September 1972. 
The aim of the AGWS was to lobby 
for the rights of migrants and 
their children and improve services 
particularly in the areas of education,
health, welfare, childcare 
and language services.



AGAPI Respite Care 
CentersOakleigh 
and Preston. 

Funded by  AGAPI Care Inc.

The centers 14 Showers St, Preston and 
13 Burlington St Oakleigh,
 provide
 respite accommodation for people
 over the age of 16 and under 65. 
They can provide accommodation 
for up to 5 people including one emergency placement. 
Care is available for a maximum 
of one-month continuous
 stay except in an emergency 
where  a maximum of three 
months  can be provided. Service 
users can have access to 
an average of 60 days
 (including overnight stays).



To assist our Greek Orthodox 
Church in its mission by embracing all
with love, irrespective of their 
circumstances; helping to promote 
dignity through the provision of social, 
cultural and spiritual support.

          

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