Who is responsible for services in the ACT?

The ACT Government and the Australian Government work to support Canberrans with disability. This section tells you who does what.

Key ACT disability information

The ACT Office for Disability provides strategic advice to government and community to create an inclusive Canberra. The ACT Disability Reference Group provides advice to the ACT Government and helps people with disability to have a say in disability matters.

Key ACT disability information

Learn about the current ACT Disability Minister

Disability - Community Services (act.gov.au)

Visit the Australian Capital Territory Government website

Visit the Involved website

Services the ACT Government provides

Housing - Community Services (act.gov.au)

Public, social and community housing

ACT hospitals and health centres

ACT Community Assistance and Support Program (CASP)

Public transport services

Public schools in the ACT

Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)

Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Kindergartens and pre-schools

Jurisdictional court systems

Correctional centres and prisons

State/Territory Police

Guardianship, Public trustees

ACT Ombudsman

Child protection

Community visitors programs for disability and mental illness

Domestic and family violence services

Major sporting facilities

ACT Human Rights Commission

Australian Government and shared services

Find out what services the Australian Government provides and those services all governments do together