About Us

Murray Valley Centre Incorporated is a day training and support service that provides programs to adults with disabilities. MVC provides services to service users through day programs that are funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria and also through our accredited supported employment service funded by the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. This is a department of the Federal Australian Government that provides work for thirteen employees with disabilities.

Our Vision

Murray Valley Centre’s vision is to to enhance and empower people with disabilities to reach their maximum potential. Our mission is to strive to achieve this vision through the provision of high quality professional services to people with disabilities.

Our Mission

Murray Valley Centre’s mission is to achieve its vision through the provision of high quality, professional services for people with disabilities.

Our History

The centre was brought into fruition through the determination of a group of parents and concerned local citizens who were determined to provide a facility for local children with intellectual disabilities. MVC was formally incorporated in 1985 and is governed by a Committee of Management consisting of up to ten community volunteers who meet monthly to discuss issues concerning the operation of the centre. A General Meeting is conducted on an annual basis to elect committee members and publicly promulgate the financial affairs of the incorporated body.

Our Logo

Murray Valley Centre’s logo represents the most important focus: people. We cater to individual needs, promote community inclusion and provide our service users with the skills to become as independent as possible. We aim to allow our customers to be able to make their own choices in their lives, so that they can be treated with respect, dignity, privacy and in a non-discriminatory way. As an organization, we always commit to developing a greater resilience for our service users within the local community.