The Victorian Continence Resource Centre works to promote continence for all Victorians. 1:4 people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds experience loss of bladder and/or bowel control referred to as incontinence. The majority of people do not seek help because of embarrassment, shame or thinking nothing can be done.


Our Vision: Promote social engagement, prevent incontinence
Our Mission: To empower all Victorians affected by bladder and bowel problems to take action NOW!


Thank you to our Sponsors

In addition to the HACC funding we receive, the CFA Vic Branch Inc has been supported by a number of companies over the past 2 years and we wish to acknowledge them for their sponsorship.


Recent Posts

The Australian Bladder Foundation 2016 grants now open

  The Australian Bladder Foundation (ABF) 2016 grants round is now open The ABF grants support advances in knowledge providing direct, tangible benefits in early prevention, detection and management of bladder and bowel dysfunction. Applications will be accepted... read more

Bridge Consumer Magazine

Bridge is the consumer magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia. This free magazine is written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers, and provides easy to read and simple to understand information about: incontinence and other... read more

My Best Friend Max

A common thread that links our pets and our babies is their inability to talk and yet they are very capable of ensuring that their needs are met. Parents, care givers and pet owners innately develop their powers of observation, they listen to the intonations of the... read more

Sleep Apnoea and its friend Nocturia

This is my Story about “Sleep Apnoea and its friend Nocturia”. Sleep is a beautiful thing! Bouncing out of bed after a deep, solid sleep, feeling energised and ready to take on the day was a recurrent fantasy that I lived out each day when the alarm went off declaring... read more


Check out the toilet training article on page 12 in the new edition of Bridge! For more information on toilet training your child please contact the toilet training specialists in Victoria at the Victorian Continence Resource Centre (VCRC) on 03 9816 8266. The VCRC... read more