HACSU is committed to campaigning for the interests of both members and the broader community. HACSU campaigns are powered by member engagement and activity and aim to improve community disability and mental health services across Victoria.
Check out our current campaigns below. Members receive campaign newsletters and updates via email. Please get in touch with HACSU for more information regarding any of our campaigns!
Safety in Disability
It's time for your safety at work to be prioritised.
It's time to hold key decision-makers accountable.
It's time to support Safety in Disability.
Mental Health EBA 2020
A new Public Mental Health EBA for workers.
Better mental health for the Victorian community.
Quality Workforce - Quality NDIS
The NDIS is only as good as its disability support workers. Be part of the campaign for a quality NDIS.
Better Mental Health
Better staffing levels mean better mental health - for the community and staff.
There are over 350 Vacant positions in the Victorian Public Mental Health System; an additional 300 staff will also be needed when the new Forensic Hospital Opens in 2022. HACSU is calling on the Victorian Government to invest in staff now, invest in people!
Protect Disability Care
2017 is a critical year for Victorian public disability sector workers. The Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) expired in November last year.
Scope EBA 2018
HACSU represent disability support workers at Scope. Read more for news about the current EBA campaign.
Yooralla, Value us Campaign!
HACSU represent disability support workers at Yooralla. Read more for news about the current EBA campaign.
The Tipping Foundation/Vista EBA Campaign
The Tipping Foundation wages and conditions have been outdated since the agreement expired in 2009. HACSU members began the campaign to come to an agreement for a new EBA which will deliver quality wages and conditions for disability workers.
Yes to Equality
We believe in fairness, solidarity and ending discrimination. Equality is union business.
Change the Rules
The rules are broken - we're changing them