Our factsheets cover the following topics:
- Dealing with debts:
- Provides information for people who are having trouble paying their debts.
- Help with bills:
- Provides options to help you pay your utility bills.
- What happens to debts after death:
- Explains what happens to debt once a person passes away. We explain the difference between a secured and unsecured debt.
- Getting your affairs in order:
- Explains what a will is and how one can be prepared.
- Your role as executor:
- Explains what an executor is and what the responsibilities are.
- Employment and Cancer:
- Provides information on the options available to you at work when diagnosed with cancer or retuning to work after cancer treatment.
- Superannuation and Cancer:
- Explains how you can access your superannuation early and provides information on super-related insurance.
- New insurance policies:
- Discusses how you can apply for insurance with a cancer diagnosis.
- Patient transport.
- Explains the Victorian Public Transport Assistance Scheme (VPTAS), eligibility criteria and how you can access this.
- Travel Insurance and Cancer:
- Discusses how you can apply for travel insurance when diagnosed with cancer.
- Immigration and cancer:
- Answers questions you may have about immigration law and visas.
View the entire range of practical factsheets, and financial assistance programs.
This week two Cancer Council Victoria staff members were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list: Mr. Todd Harper, Cancer Council Victoria CEO and Dr Michelle Scollo, Senior Advisor, Tobacco.
Our photo gallery acknowledges the work of our amazing supporters who are dedicated to a cancer free future.
A decade after launching as the only centre of its kind in the world, the McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer continues to have global impact shaping laws that prevent cancer and protect people affected by it.
Cancer Council Victoria launches Food Fight, a new campaign to protect children from unhealthy food and drink advertising.
Cancer has cast a huge shadow over Karen’s family for generations.
Ridma runs for her “miracle baby”, Dion. The expectant mother was 12 weeks pregnant when she was diagnosed with aggressive lymphoma in 2015.