Welcome to FamilyCare...


FamilyCare is a dynamic non-government, not-for-profit organisation who commenced in Shepparton in 1984.  We now offer family services, carer and disability support services to families and young people in Shepparton, Seymour, Cobram, Kinglake, Wallan and surrounding districts.


FamilyCare works in partnership with the community, reflecting best practice by assisting families and individuals to enhance their strengths throughout their lives, through the provision of responsive and proactive services.

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                              First Annual Golf Ball Drop

 Golf Ball Drop Flyer ONLY $10 per ball. Nearest to the pin wins!  

Tickets can  be purchased from: FamilyCare Offices, McPherson Mazda, NAB Shepparton Branch, Shepparton   Golf Club, Solar City Office Equipment.

The drop will occur at the FamilyCare Charity Golf Day on Friday 24 March 2017, 4:30pm at the Shepparton Golf Club.


For ticket info contact  Kim Daldy 0418 300 764

Click here for a printable copy of Golf Ball Drop Flyer



IntoRec Activities

Would you like to find out some more about FamilyCare's IntoRec after-school and school holiday recreational programs? This video might help!


Evaluation of  Mother-Baby Daystay Service

FamilyCare commissioned the Centre for Community Child Health at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute to evaluate its Mother-Baby Daystay service. Read the report.


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FamilyCare Christmas Appeal and Basket's of Joy 2016

The FamilyCare Christmas Appeal started in November and runs until December 21, with the goal of raising funds and collecting donations of vouchers, gifts, foodand hampers to make Christmas special for families in our local community. Funds donated will go towards supporting our families over the Christmas period. The Baskets of Joy donations of food items is a joint initiative with The Shepparton City Council, FamilyCare and proudly supported by the Community Fund Goulburn Valley.  Click here for the link to some photos on the Community Fund Goulburn Valley's facebook page.