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Government Funded Services

Westmont is a proud local provider of Government funded Support at Home programs including Home Care Packages (HCP), Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP), Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACCPYP) within the Wodonga area and Veteran Home Care Services and Community Nursing.

View the available Westmont Community Care Support Options that your Government funded package may include.

Our amazing team of caring, dedicated and committed Care Managers offer assistance and guidance at all stages on your Home Care journey. Please call into 193 Beechworth Road, Wodonga VIC 3690 or telephone 02 6043 9867 our friendly team at any time between 9am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

Home Care Packages (HCP) are accessed through My Aged Care, through an assessment process conducted by Aged Care Assessment Services (ACAS).

ACAS will determine your eligibility and level of Home Care Package according to your needs. There are four levels, please see below:

 Level  Services
 Level 1: Basic Care Needs  services up to $9,026.45 per year
 Level 2: Low Care Needs  services up to $15,877.50 per year
 Level 3: Intermediate Care Needs  services up to $34,550.90 per year
 Level 4: High Care Needs  services up to $52,377.50 per year

Home Care Packages (HCP)

The Process

  1. You have checked the Support Options that may be available to you or your family member
  2. You can either contact our Westmont Age Care friendly support team on 02 6043 9867 at anytime through the process or to find out if your eligible for the Government assistance you can book a free assessment by calling My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 or visit My Aged Care via this link: My Aged Care Assessment
  3.  Following the your assessment  you will receive a letter informing you when you have been approved and placed on the National waitlist. . Wait times will vary.
  4. You will be assigned a Home Care Package according to your needs as per the above four levels.
  5. When you have been assigned your Home CarePackage you will receive another letter explaining this allocation and that you need to find a provider. This is when you have the opportunity to contact us on 02 6043 9867 or email communitycare@westmont.org.au.

As an approved Home Care Package provider and your local provider of choice for North East Victoria, we welcome your call on 02 6043 9867.

Our Care Manager will then work with you to plan how your funds will be best used to assist you in managing your health conditions and in maintaining your independence. We are extremely client focussed and will assist you to live your best life.

Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)

Westmont Community Care is a dedicated Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) provider within the Wodonga area. The CHSP provides entry level services to help older Australians remain independent and within their homes. CHSP aims to assist you to retain your independence rather than do things for you.

To be eligible for CHSP you must be over 65 years old or over 50 years old if you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

Services provided by Westmont Community Care through CHSP include, domestic assistance, personal care, shopping assistance, respite, individual support, meals on wheels, planned activity group and home and garden maintenance.

CHSP is partially funded by the Federal Government, and clients are expected to make a contribution towards their services – this cost is determined by a fee assessment.

To find out if your eligible or book an assessment you can call My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 or visit My Aged Care via this link: My Aged Care Assessment

Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACCPYP)

Westmont Community Care provide the Home and Community Care Program for Younger People within the Wodonga area. Services provided under HACCPYP include domestic assistance, personal care, shopping assistance, respite, individual support, meals on wheels, planned activity group and home and garden maintenance.

HACCPYP can be provided to those who are under the age of 65 with a moderate disability or health condition, that are not eligible for or are not currently accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The Victorian State Government subsidise these services for eligible participants, however participants are also required to contribute. This contribution is determined by a fee assessment.

You can self-refer for HACCPYP services by calling Westmont Community Care directly on 02 6043 9867.

More information on HACCPYP services can be found here: HACCPYP Services

Veterans' Home Care

Westmont Community Care is a proud provider of Veteran Home Care Services and Community Nursing. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs offer access to health care services so that eligible recipients can live safely for longer within their homes. Veterans’ Home Care will assess your needs and issue Westmont Community Care referrals to provide approved care to you within your home.

Please click the link for further information: Veteran Home Care Services

Brokerage and Private Services

Westmont Community Care provide a myriad of services, for other providers within our region.

We are also able to provide services by private arrangement.

Please contact us directly on 02 6043 9867 or via email – communitycare@westmont.org.au to discuss these options.

Fee Schedule