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1300 676 044

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mrcnw@mrcnorthwest.org.au

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Migrant Resource Centre North-West Region Inc.

COVID-19 Update

As of 17th February 2021 from 11:59pm, Victoria will no longer be under Stage-4 Lockdown restrictions. 

Migrant Resource Centre North West Region Inc. will reopen it's doors to the public from 9:00am on Thursday 18th February 2021 and will resume normal services, but will be by appointment only where possible and masks will be mandatory. 

We have made significant changes since the COVID-19 pandemic, and will continue to ensure social distancing, and additional personal protective equipment is made available with strict adherence to COVID Safe practices. We are monitoring the evolving situation daily and ensuring all of our practices preserve the safety of staff and clients. 

If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, please visit your nearest local testing centre as soon as possible, and isolate immediately. If you need to contact us for general information please give us a call on 1300 67 6044 or email us at mrcnw@mrcnorthwest.org.au

For the latest data and news regarding COVID-19 (including access to multilingual resources) please visit: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

Updated on 17/02/2021.

A not-for-profit, community based organisation

The Migrant Resource Centre North West Region is a not-for-profit, community based organisation established since 1989 providing settlement support services to migrant and refugees, Aged care, Disability services and Community based projects living in the North Western regions of Melbourne covering Brimbank, Hume, Moonee Valley, Maribyrnong, Hobsons Bay and the Shire of Melton.

We assist clients and community groups to improve their participation and integration in Australia through the identification and resolution of settlement challenges, empowerment through culturally approachable services, and advocacy and support programs providing sustainable quality care that strengthen the most vulnerable in our community, while respecting and supporting them to maintain their individual culture and heritage.

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