Organisations supporting us
BreastScreen Victoria partners with the following organisations to provide information and education to women about breast screening.
Cancer Council Victoria is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that plays a leading role in reducing the impact of all cancers on all people.
BCNA is the peak national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer, and consists of a network of more than 120,000 members and 288 Member Groups.
The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is an active, powerful lobby group dedicated to the interests of farmers and making a difference to communities. VFF is a community of farmers creating a profitable, sustainable and socially responsible agricultural industry connecting with all Victorians.
Flowers Victoria (FV) was formally established as a branch of the Horticulture Group of the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) in 1975. Flowers Victoria is the peak body for Victorian flower growers’ who produce 40% of the national production of cut flowers in Australia.
The Country Women's Association of Victoria, Inc. is an organisation for country and city women living in Victoria and bordering towns. It is a vibrant Association aiming to improve conditions by community service more especially as they affect the welfare of women and children.
North West Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) has been established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes, and improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Gippsland PHN is a federally funded primary health care organisation with a focus on supporting general practice, health planning, health system integration and commissioning services in line with national and local health priorities.
South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) works primarily on behalf of the Australian Government to improve local health care.
In providing settlement services to newly arrived refugees and humanitarian entrants, AMES helps familiarise women with the BreastScreen Victoria program.