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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Baptcare is a not-for-profit organisation that operates in the states of Victoria and Tasmania, Australia. It provides youth, family and disability support services, residential and community aged care services, and housing for people on low incomes and asylum seekers. Contents 1 Services 1.1 Residential Aged Care 1.2 Community Aged Care 1.3 Family Services 1.4 Housing for asylum seekers 2 Baptcare's History 3 References 4 External links Services Residential Aged Care Baptcare operates seven residential aged care facilities in Victoria and Tasmania: Hedley Sutton Community in Canterbury, Victoria Karana Community in Kew, Victoria Karingal Community in Devonport, Tasmania Northaven Community in Kerang, Victoria St Hilary’s Community in Morwell, Victoria Strathalan Community in Macleod, Victoria Westhaven Community in Footscray, Victoria Community Aged Care Baptcare's Community Aged Care programs offer care for older people living in their own homes. Baptcare provides Community Aged Care services in metropolitan and regional Victoria, and northern Tasmania. Services include: Community Aged Care Packages (CACP) Extended Aged Care at Home packages (EACH) Extended Aged Care at Home Dementia packages (EACH D) Church Nursing Service (CNS) district nursing and podiatry Day Therapy Day Centres Respite care Family Services Baptcare's Family Services division assists families, children and people with disabilities. Services include: Disability services; including respite, case management, continuity of care and flexible support packages Family support services; including parenting skills development and postnatal depression programs Home based care; including foster care, shared family care and kinship care programs Early years services; including early intervention programs and administration of flexible support packages Gateway and Integrated Family Support Services in the North and South-West regions of Tasmania Housing for asylum seekers Baptcare operates Sanctuary, a housing facility for asylum seekers in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick. It accommodates up to 29 sole male asylum seekers. Priority is given to asylum seekers on Bridging Visas. Baptcare's History Baptcare's work began when Strathalan Community opened in 1945 as Australia’s first Baptist home for elderly people. The Baptist Church bought the Strathalan homestead in 1944. The Victorian Baptist Women’s Association (VBWA) suggested that Strathalan become a home for the elderly. The VBWA raised 4,000 pounds over four years to re-open the homestead as Strathalan Home for the Elderly. In 1981, Baptcare began providing family services after assuming operations of the Aberfeldie Baptist Church’s emergency child care services. In 2006 Baptcare changed its name from Baptist Community Care. In 2008 Baptcare expanded its services into Tasmania when it merged with the Devonport-based Karingal Care Services. In 2008 Baptcare began providing housing for asylum seekers when it established Sanctuary.. References "Abercare Family Services - Organisation - Pathways". Retrieved 30 March 2010.  "Baptcare - Organisation - Pathways". Retrieved 29 March 2010.  External links Baptcare Hedley Sutton Community