VincentCare was established to extend the Christian mission of the St Vincent de Paul Society to support and advocate on behalf of the most disadvantaged Victorians.
To be the leader in providing care, hope and advocacy for those facing disadvantage.
To create opportunities and lasting change for the most marginalised.
Accountability | Courage | Compassion
Dignity | Excellence | Leadership
VincentCare is committed to the principles of social justice and aim to ensure that every individual is treated with dignity and respect regardless of their ability, cultural background, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or religion.
People, Place, Purpose
People are central to everything VincentCare does – our purpose, vision, mission and values. We work with individuals who are experiencing or are at risk of primary homelessness, including those who are ageing – we serve to provide food, shelter, care, support, guidance and encouragement.
Adequate housing and related rights are encompassed in the major International Human Rights treaties. VincentCare advocates for these rights supporting the premise that a stable home provides the best environment for people to experience a sense of freedom, personal control, privacy, dignity, grow relationships and belong to a community.
VincentCare recognises that people experiencing homelessness may present with a range of other complex factors, including those relating to drug and alcohol misuse, mental health, disability, behavioural issues and chronic health problems.