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Reclink Australia is supporting hundreds of Victorians who are experiencing disadvantage including homelessness, mental health, and drug issues through the ActiVIC program.

We are grateful for the support provided from the Victorian State Government to implement these programs, with $4 million over 4 years earmarked for the new evidence based ActiVIC initiative. Recent research by Latrobe University found “for every $1 dollar invested in the Reclink Australia structured sport program, it generates an $8.94 return in social value”.

Funded through the Victorian Community Support Fund, the ActiVIC program will provide over 1,800 people with the opportunity to participate in a diverse range of sports and recreation opportunities.

ActiVIC locations will include the following local government areas:

City of Melton
City of Wyndham
City of Brimbank
City of Casey
City of Greater Dandenong
City of Moonee Valley (Flemington)
City of Melbourne (North Melbourne)
City of Hume (Broadmeadows)
City of Banyule (West Heidelberg)