Home and Community Care Program for Younger People

Eligibility for HACC Program for Younger People services

The Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC PYP) provides services to support younger people with disabilities, and their carers. These services help people live as independently as possible in the community. 

Younger people are defined as people aged less than 65 years, or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people aged less than 50 years.

If you think that you (or a family member or a person you care for) might find HACC PYP services helpful, contact the program via email at HACC-PYP@health.vic.gov.au or get in touch with local service providers.

Services are targeted to younger people with moderate, severe or profound disabilities and their unpaid carers

Types of service

The main types of HACC service are:

  • domestic assistance
  • personal care
  • nursing
  • allied health services (such as physiotherapy, podiatry and dietetics)
  • food services (delivered meals and centre-based meals)
  • planned activity groups
  • respite services
  • friendly visiting
  • respite and transport services