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Government Agency
A Government Agency is an organisation or service provider directly under the control of and funded by a state or federal government.
Aborigines Welfare Board (1957 - 1968)
Adoption and Family Records Service (c. 1984 - 2010), Department of Human Services
Central Board Appointed to Watch Over the Interests of Aborigines (1860 - 1869)
Central Board for the Protection of Aborigines (1869 - 1900), Colony of Victoria
Central Board for the Protection of Aborigines (1901 - 1957), State Government of Victoria
Charities Board of Victoria (1923 - 1948)
Chief Secretary's Department (1855 - 1901), Colony of Victoria
Chief Secretary's Department (1901 - 1979), State Government of Victoria
Children's Welfare Department (1924 - 1960), State Government of Victoria
Commission for Children and Young People (2013 - )
Community Services Victoria (1985 - 1992), State Government of Victoria
Corporate Integrity, Information and Resolutions Unit (2010? - 2013), Department of Human Services
Department for Neglected Children (1887 - 1900), Colony of Victoria
Department for Neglected Children (1901 - 1924), State Government of Victoria
Department for Reformatory Schools (1887 - 1900), Colony of Victoria
Department for Reformatory Schools (1901 - 1954), State Government of Victoria
Department of Community Welfare Services (1978 - 1985), State Government of Victoria
Department of Human Services (1995 - 2014), State Government of Victoria
Department of Industrial and Reformatory Schools (1864 - 1887)
Department of Mental Hygiene (1934 - 1944)
Government Welfare Training Council (1963 - )
Health and Community Services (1992 - 1995), State Government of Victoria
Hospitals and Charities Commission (1948 - 1978)
Inspector of Public Charities (c. 1880 - 1923)
Mental Health Authority (1962 - 1978), State of Victoria
Mental Hygiene Branch (1944 - 1959)
National Archives of Australia (1998 - )
National Library of Australia (1960 - )
Office of the Child Safety Commissioner (2004 - 2013)
Public Record Office Victoria (1973 - )
Social Welfare Branch (1960 - 1970), State Government of Victoria
Social Welfare Department (1970 - 1978), State Government of Victoria
Government Department
A Government Department is a group of public servants organised to administer a particular area of government activity, under the control of a minister.
Department of Health & Human Services (2015 - ), State Government of Victoria
Government-run
The term 'Government-run' is used to describe an organisation or activity for which a government (usually State, Territory or Federal) is directly responsible.
Aboriginal Youth Support Service (c. 1973 - )
Acheron Youth Training Centre (c. 1966 - )
Allambie Reception Centre (1961 - 1990)
Ashendene Boys' Home (1966 - 1988)
Ballarat Industrial School (1869 - c. 1879)
Ballarat Probationary School for Boys, Alfredton (1890 - 1892)
Ballarat Reception Centre (1961 - 1982?)
Baltara Reception Centre (1968 - c. 1992)
Bendigo Benevolent Asylum Industrial School (1868 - 1885)
Bendigo Reception Centre (1965 - 1966)
The 'Deborah' (1864 - 1873?)
Family Group Home Program (1956 - 1990?)
The Gables (1962 - c. 1985)
Geelong Industrial School (c. 1865 - c. 1880)
Government Reformatory for Protestant Girls (1864? - 1893)
Hawthorn Youth Welfare Service (1970 - )
Hillside Boys' Home (1959 - c. 1985)
Illoura Children's Home (1964 - 1984)
Ivanhoe Girls' Hostel (1965? - 1993?)
Janefield Colony (1937 - 1996)
The 'John Murray' Training Ship (1910 - 1918)
Kew Children's Cottages (1887 - 2008)
Lady Dugan Children's Home (1970 - 1976)
Langi Kal Kal (1965 - )
Malmsbury Youth Training Centre (1965 - )
Melbourne Youth Justice Centre (1993 - )
Melbourne Youth Residential Centre (1999 - )
Miralee Reception Centre (1963 - 1986?)
Moorakyne Hostel (1942? - c. 1988)
The 'Nelson' (1868 - c. 1878)
Northcote Farm School (1937 - 1979)
Nunawading Youth Residential Centre (1991 - 1993?)
Pirra Girls' Home (1961 - c. 1980)
Pleasant Creek Colony (1937 - c. 2000)
Reformatory for Boys (1864 - 1893)
Royal Park Depot (c. 1880 - 1955)
Royal Park Industrial School (1875 - c. 1887)
Sanatory Station (c. 1867 - c. 1868)
Sandhurst Boys' Home (1956 - 2010)
The 'Sir Harry Smith' (1865 - 1873)
The 'Success' (1868 - 1873?)
Sunbury Industrial School (1865 - 1880?)
Sunshine Boys' Hostel (1959 - )
Sutton Grange (1957 - 1977)
Travancore (1933 - )
Turana (1955 - 1993)
Western Youth Welfare Service (1975 - ?), State of Victoria
Windsor Youth Welfare Service (1973 - )
Winlaton (1956 - c. 1991)