Achievement Program

CHIRP supports early childhood services, schools and workplaces create healthy places for working, learning and living through the Achievement Program.

The Achievement Program has been working with Victorian workplaces, schools and early childhood services since 2012 and reaches over 600,000 Victorians.

The program is based on the World Health Organization model for health promoting schools and healthy workplaces. It was developed in conjunction with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education and Training and aligns with the Victorian Health and Wellbeing Plan and Outcomes Framework.

Our Health Promotion Officer can offer advice and support on the Achievement Program to organisations in the Mount Alexander Shire.

CHIRP is a health promoting workplace and has met all areas of the Achievement Program.

Further information on the Achievement Program here.

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For 35 years, the communities of Mount Alexander Shire have known who to turn to when they need help.

Sadly, CHIRP may not be around to turn to in future.

Government funding has not kept pace with the rising cost of delivering community health services.
This is happening everywhere, but smaller rural services like ours are the hardest hit.

We need a commitment from the Victorian Government, so we can maintain our services
and not be forced to close our doors.

Support a community model of health and let CHIRP get on with delivering vital services for our community