About us

Golden City Support Services have a highly respected reputation based on the positive outcomes experienced by people who receive our support.

We provide services to people with a range of support needs, their family and carers. These include services to people with a disability, people recovering from mental illness, people living with dementia and other age-related conditions. Our focus is on the individual as a valued member of the wider community.

Our Mission

The primary mission of GCSS is to enhance the quality of life of the people we support.

We support people to have homes in their local communities, develop their own relationships and enjoy the same access to community resources, opportunity to participate and rights as other members of their community.

Our background

Golden City Support Services is a not-forprofit, for purpose organisation providing support for the people of the Loddon Mallee region for 40 years.

We pride ourselves in our partnerships locally and internationally. These partnerships connect us to resources and knowledge that make a difference in people’s lives.

Our Commitment

The support we provide enables people to live in and be part of their own communities; with an opportunity to develop their own independence, personal ambitions, personal relationships and abilities.

We are committed to the principles of community development and support initiatives in our community, which promote the self-determination of individuals and groups.

Welcome Andrew

Please give a warm welcome to Andrew McGowan, who has recently taken on the role Practice Leader after working as a support worker for a number of years. Andrew will take the lead at two

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World Autism Awareness Day 2022

Did you know that males are four times more likely to be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) than females, despite females being just as likely to have ASD? This is because of historic gender biases