Stand with community health campaign

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In the lead up to the Victorian election, the Victorian Healthcare Association, together with the state's 29 community health services, is calling on the next government to better leverage and support community health services to meet the needs of our clients and communities.

We hope you will support community health services like Connect Health & Community to continue to not only meet the needs of our growing communities but play an even greater role in supporting our broader health system.

Make your voice heard, stand with community health, speak to your local MP.

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