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Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC PYP) 

The Home and Community Care Program for Younger People provides support and services to younger people and their carers, who are experiencing difficulty performing the activities of daily living.

You may require this assistance due to physical and/or psychosocial functional impairment related to short term health needs, chronic illness or disability (for which you are not eligible for the NDIS).

These supports are in place to help you remain independent within your home and in the community.


If you are having difficulty with the tasks of daily living and are;

  • Individuals who are under the age of 65 years 
  • Under 50 years of age for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders 
  • Carers of a person (as above) who has difficulty carrying out the tasks of daily living are also eligible.


The main types of HACC PYP Services are:

  • domestic assistance
  • personal care
  • nursing
  • food services (meals on wheels or centre based meals)
  • planned activity group
  • property maintenance
  • respite services
  • community transport services

Note: Services may vary from Shire to Shire. Please discuss with the HACC PYP Assessment & Intake Officer.

How to access


Contact the hotline below and discuss your needs and available services in your area.

alpine@home   03 5751 9399      (for Alpine Shire residents)        

indigo@home   03 5728 0215       (for Indigo Shire residents)


The HACC PYP Assessment & Intake Officer will contact you to arrange an assessment.


Review your support plan with your family and or carers.


Start getting assistance with the activities of daily living.

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