Action for More Independence & Dignity in Accommodation (amida)

Free services

amida provides advocacy via: telephone advice, information, referral and support, direct advocacy on your behalf and education individually or in groups about your housing rights.

amida provides: Self Advocacy - educates people with disability about their rights and works with them to develop personal skills and confidence to enable them to advocate on their own behalf.

Family Advocacy - is about enabling parents and families to act as advocates with and on behalf of a family member with disability on either a short-term or an issue-specific basis.

Individual Advocacy - seeks to uphold the rights and interests of people with disability on a one-to-one basis by addressing instances of discrimination, abuse and neglect.

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Frequently asked questions

Who is this group for?

AMIDA provides advocacy and assists with rights, accessibility & community living for People with a Disability. AMIDA lobbies for a range of housing options for people with a disability, ensures that housing and support services treat people with disabilities with respect, dignity and justice and ensures there are tenancy rights for people with a disability. AMIDA also ensures better support services, so people can have a decent standard of living in the community and in housing of their choice.

Is there a cost?


Translation services available?

Translater services available

Is the organisation accessible for people with disabilities?


First Floor, Suite 1.11, Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000

Opening hours

Monday & Tuesday: 9.30am – 5pmWednesday, Thursday & Friday: 9.30am-2.30pm