Service Brochures and Flyers

Multicultural home care and other support services brochure

 AMCS Service Brochures

Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS) is a community-based organisation addressing the diverse and changing needs of multicultural communities in Australia. We provide information, advice and services to people and communities from diverse backgrounds to reach their full potential. The work with our customers is based on quality, respect and diversity, consumer satisfaction, and compliance.

The AMCS Services brochure is also available in the following languages (click to view):

Support and Relief Services Brochure

A service for culturally and linguistically diverse people in times of personal and financial crisis. Download the brochure, or visit out Support and Relief Services page.

Multicultural social support groups for seniors

Social Support Groups

AMCS’ Social Support Groups are for seniors who may be at risk of isolation because of issues like language barriers. We have a variety of social support groups in different locations, made up of different cultural communities. Please get in touch for further information about groups.

Centre-based Respite flyer

Respite for Carers

Our respite day centres allow carers of older people and carers of people with disabilities to have a break and look after their own health and wellbeing. We give our clients the comfort of knowing that their dependants are well looked after.

Our respite services are available in Northern and Eastern regions of Melbourne. Please select the language and region most relevant to you.


Volunteer Visiting Program Brochure

Our multicultural Volunteer Visiting Program is for seniors and people with disabilities living in their own homes or in aged care facilities and either experience or are at risk of experiencing social isolation.

View the downloadable flyer

Access and Support Services brochure

Access & Support Brochure

Our Access & Support Program ensures that seniors are able to make more informed decisions about their current and future aged care needs.