Huntington's Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 1973. It is the only specialist service in Victoria that supports and assists people impacted by Huntington's Disease (HD). We aim to improve the quality of life for all people touched by HD in Victoria by connecting families to the vital support and services they need.
Huntington's Victoria provides access to expert staff that assist in the navigation of the disability service sector, provide relevant information and connect people with respite and support services. We also work with Australian and global healthcare professionals, disability service providers and academics to increase awareness and understanding of HD, as well as the impact it has on individuals, families and communities.
To sustain a high quality of life for people affected by Huntington's disease, their carers and their family, while encouraging research towards a cure.
All people affected by HD live meaningful and hopeful lives as valued members of the community with equitable and timely access to resources and empowered choices for care and support of the highest quality.