The ASRC Health Centre has been providing primary health services to people seeking asylum in Victoria since 2002. It is the largest health facility of its kind and plays an important role in upholding health as a human right for people seeking asylum who do not have access to Medicare.

At the ASRC, refugees and asylum seekers can get various medical assistance

Support services

Client and support services assist people seeking asylum to maximise their own physical and mental wellbeing through holistic, integrated and responsive services. These services include casework, counselling and general access to wider ASRC programs to ensure they receive essential services offered from within the ASRC as well as the greater community.

The ASRC offers refugees and asylum seekers services to caseworkers and counselling