Regional Disability Advocacy Service
Regional Disability Advocacy Service
132 Melbourne Road
Wodonga
VIC 3690, Australia

PO BOX 982
Wodonga
VIC 3689, Australia

Wang Central
15 - 17 Ely Street
Wangaratta
Vic 3676

Wagga Wagga
31 Fitzmaurice St
(02) 6921 9225
1800 250 292
p: (02) 6056 2420
f: (02) 6024 6809
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Regional Disability Advocacy Service

RDAS Wodonga is a Disability Advocacy & Information Service providing support to people with disabilities and their carers in North East Victoria & Southern NSW.

This is a free service.

Enabling people with disabilities to achieve their rights through advocacy and community education.

Disability may include:

  • Acquired brain injury
  • Physical
  • Intellectual
  • Sensory
  • Psychiatric
  • Psychological
  • Multiple disabilities

RDAS will:

  • Assist to resolve problems
  • Provide information and support
  • Refer to appropriate services
  • Represent individuals when dealing with service providers
  • Take issues to government departments and Ministers
  • Instigate proceedings with Equal Opportunity Commission
  • Refer to Commissioner for Discrimination etc

RDAS can help you find the disability services and assistance you require.

RDAS Justice Support - People are supported by our trained volunteers. Court and Police Support is available if the person is a victim, witness or an alleged offender and police support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 DAIS Justice Support »

Home and Community Care - The Access and Support service helps people who have diverse needs and who have difficulty finding out about services or getting the services they need.

The Access and Support service provides short term support for frail older people. People with a disability, and their carers, who:

  • Need help to stay living at home
  • Have diverse needs
  • Need help to access services

Click here to see Regional Coverage map

 Access and Support »

RDAS Information Brochure »

Regional Disability Advocacy Service (RDAS)

Products, Services & Brands

  • Individual Advocacy
  • Systemic Advocacy
  • Albury Police and Albury Wodonga Court Support Program
  • Disability Services, Information & Referral
  • RDAS Self Advocacy Workshops
  • Community Education
  • Home and Community Care (HACC) Diversity Program
  • Disability Awareness Training
  • Support Group Development
  • This Disability Service is Funded by the Federal & State Governments
  • Carer Support

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