About MICH

MICH helps young people with an intellectual disability, in the City of Manningham, to find suitable accommodation so they can live independently within their community.

In addition, the MICH dedicated team of volunteers also helps young people and their families through the transition to independent living.

MICH was established in 2012 by parents and community members in Manningham concerned at the lack of accessible and affordable accommodation options available to people with an intellectual disability.

We try to help young people with and ID (from 20 to 45 years old), who currently live their lives in Manningham, to maintain and build a meaningful life by staying connected to the places and people within their community, and this means having a home of their own. Our forty members have ageing parents who are taking the responsibility and necessary step of timely planning for a good life for their children when they are no longer able to provide for them.

Please contact us for any further information you need to help you on your journey to independent living.



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MICH acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land in and around Manningham. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging.

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