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NATS [4,438]
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Ministers of the Social Services Portfolio on publication date of 8th January 2019 with approval on 29th November 2018

18th December 2018 - 25th January 2019
Official portrait of Michael Keenan
Member for Stirling Michael Keenan
Minister for Human Services Minister for Digital Transformation
18th December 2018 - 25th January 2019
Official portrait of Michelle Landry
Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry
Assistant Minister for Children and Families
18th December 2018 - 25th January 2019
Official portrait of Paul Fletcher
Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher
Minister for Families and Social Services
18th December 2018 - 25th January 2019
Official portrait of Sarah Henderson
Member for VIC Sarah Henderson
Assistant Minister for Social Services, Housing and Disability Services

The Social Services Portfolio oversees 5 agencies in the 2018-19 budget

Agency2018-19 budget
1 Department of Social Services$121,124,840,000
2 National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency$16,730,588,000
3 Department of Human Services$6,606,544,000
4 National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commission$41,082,000
5 Australian Institute of Family Studies$15,087,000


Senators for Victoria
Official portrait of Bridget McKenzie
Bridget McKenzie The Nationals
Official portrait of David Van
David Van Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of James Paterson
James Paterson Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Jane Hume
Jane Hume Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Janet Rice
Janet Rice Australian Greens
Official portrait of Jess Walsh
Jess Walsh Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Kim Carr
Kim Carr Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Kimberley Kitching
Kimberley Kitching Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Raff Ciccone
Raff Ciccone Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Richard Di Natale
Richard Di Natale Australian Greens
Official portrait of Sarah Henderson
Sarah Henderson Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Scott Ryan
Scott Ryan Liberal Party of Australia
Past Members for Melbourne
Official portrait of Adam Bandt
Sitting Member Adam Bandt
45th Parliament
Australian Greens

Official portrait of Adam Bandt

On behalf of the Australian Greens, Sitting Member for Melbourne, Adam Bandt declared 37 interests


The ABS summarises SEIFA scores as measuring people's access to material and social resources, and their ability to participate in society. SEIFA deciles for postcodes in Melbourne range between 3 and 10 with an average of:
7.58
PostcodeDecile
COLLINGWOOD30663
CARLTON30535
KENSINGTON30315
FITZROY30656
NORTH MELBOURNE30516
RICHMOND31218
ABBOTSFORD30679
PARKVILLE30529
WEST MELBOURNE300310
PRINCES HILL305410
DOCKLANDS300810
EAST MELBOURNE300210

ABS employment data by electorate

14.9% 40.9% 7.2% 10.5% 11.0% 7.7% 1.5% 4.7%
Managers Professionals Technicians/Trades Community/Personal Service Clerical/Admin Sales Machinery Ops/Drivers Labourers

Individual Tax data for postcodes within Melbourne

Tax data taken from ATO Taxation statistics 2016–17, Table 6B, 'Selected items, by taxable status, state/territory, postcode and taxable income range'. Housing data from ABS.

*Franking credits for individuals + franking credits for shares in partnerships
Centrelink Recipients $ Income/Returns $ Income B4 Tax $ Income After Tax $ HELP Repaid $ Franking Credit* $ Net Rent % Owned % Mortgaged % Rented
30,196 72,272 9.2499 B 8.8528 B 51.511 M 209.063 M -31.149 M 15.6 18.0 62.6

2,241 Commonwealth grants totaling $2,418,740,059 have been published for localities in the electorate of Melbourne since Jan 2018 across 76 Categories

CategoryValueNumber
1 MEDICAL RESEARCH $498,424,594 404
2 SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES $217,042,283 106
3 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) RESEARCH $175,872,611 272
4 MENTAL HEALTH $172,909,666 33
5 PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES $159,698,796 34
6 BROADCASTING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS $147,329,021 5
7 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT $105,348,757 136
8 AGED CARE $104,885,837 230
9 HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH $85,516,541 77
10 HUMANITIES, ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (HASS) RESEARCH $82,734,674 122
11 HUMANITIES $78,679,161 34
12 LEGAL SERVICES $69,009,674 118
13 DISASTER RELIEF $61,369,000 1
14 EDUCATION SUPPORT $60,830,043 16
15 INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT AND BUSINESS $52,890,097 17
16 SETTLEMENT SERVICES $35,007,018 8
17 HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS $32,143,621 12
18 INDIGENOUS HEALTH $29,001,406 15
19 FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE $28,540,632 17
20 INDUSTRY INNOVATION $27,794,396 153
21 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT $24,903,166 27
22 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT $19,811,190 73
23 INDIGENOUS EDUCATION $12,540,792 24
24 CANCER $12,077,172 12
25 RECREATION AND SPORT $11,876,040 3
26 ADDICTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE $11,111,522 5
27 HIGHER EDUCATION $8,868,654 5
28 CRISIS ACCOMMODATION $8,800,000 1
29 INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES $8,084,054 11
30 INFRASTRUCTURE $8,000,000 1
31 VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND APPRENTICESHIPS $7,549,300 2
32 RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY BASED SERVICES $6,352,900 3
33 HUMAN RIGHTS $4,784,100 5
34 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS $4,659,820 1
35 CHILD CARE $4,267,070 24
36 MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES $3,653,182 4
37 WOMEN $3,484,497 4
38 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH $2,802,800 2
39 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH $2,631,376 20
40 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION $2,394,325 5
41 CARERS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES $2,243,239 5
42 SOCIAL JUSTICE $2,064,106 1
43 PUBLIC DIPLOMACY $1,861,106 47
44 ENERGY RESOURCES $1,654,500 8
45 TRADE AND TOURISM $1,345,045 6
46 COMMUNITY SAFETY $1,317,668 4
47 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY $1,314,245 4
48 RURAL DEVELOPMENT $1,297,217 3
49 SCIENCE $1,286,617 3
50 MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS $1,268,622 7
51 VETERANS $1,224,531 12
52 SOCIAL SUPPORT $1,179,402 1
53 NATURAL RESOURCES - CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION $1,050,477 23
54 DEMENTIA $921,113 2
55 MULTICULTURALISM $835,416 18
56 FARMING $820,668 12
57 EMPLOYMENT SERVICES $770,000 1
58 INDIGENOUS ARTS AND CULTURE $501,700 11
59 SCHOLARSHIPS $445,500 1
60 COMMEMORATIVE $308,383 7
61 TECHNOLOGY $220,000 1
62 CULTURAL HERITAGE $218,078 2
63 POLLUTION CONTROL $147,500 1
64 NATIONAL SECURITY $137,500 1
65 INTERNATIONAL AID AND DEVELOPMENT $100,000 1
66 TRANSITION TO WORK $99,000 1
67 CLIMATE CHANGE $82,417 6
68 OVERSEAS ADVOCACY $77,661 2
69 ADVOCACY $75,000 1
70 TRANSPORT $44,000 1
71 HERITAGE $40,000 1
72 VISUAL ARTS $33,000 1
73 PERFORMING ARTS $27,560 1
74 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT $25,000 1
75 PALLIATIVE CARE $18,500 1
76 DEFENCE $5,500 1

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VICTORIAN AIDS COUNCIL
Melbourne  $11,000
Address MELBOURNE 3004 VIC AUSTRALIA ABN: 52907644835
Portfolio Social Services
Agency Department of Social Services
Program Families and Communities
Component Emergency Relief - Service Continuity
CategoryCommunity Development Closed Non-Competitive
PurposeTo help people address immediate basic needs in times of financial crisis.
ActivityEmergency Relief - Service Continuation
Delivery Area VIC AUSTRALIA
ApprovedPublishedStartEndBudget
29 Nov 201808 Jan 201901 Jan 201931 Dec 2019 2018-19

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Victorian Aids Council Inc delivers social services to the none given from South Yarra VIC SOCIAL SERVICES