Programs

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can use the Groomed to Go Services? 

Anyone experiencing unemployment, financial hardship, domestic violence, homelessness or prison release support.

Do I need to book in?

Bookings are preferred but walk-ins are welcome – book via https://groomedtogo.secure.force.com/book/ or call 9770 0220.

Is there a cost for the services? 

This is a free service for all our clients, however, a fee of $100 is charged to all Job Active Provider referrals via the Employment Pathway Fund.

Is this service just for Women?

No, we style all genders.

Do I have to come on-site to be styled? What if I live in regional Victoria?

No, you can access our Virtual styling service and the clothes will be mailed out to you.

Is it just corporate style clothing?

No, we offer everything from corporate to smart casual – it all depends on your needs.

Do I have to return the clothes?

No, these are yours to keep.

 

What Services do Groomed to Go Provide?

Dressing Services

Our dressing services are a 60-minute personalised styling session, dressing clients in at least one smart outfit suitable for an interview, work or life events. To read about our dressing services in detail, visit our Dressing Services Programs page.

Our styling services include:

  • Dress for Success South East Melbourne – Our styling service for women
  • Smart Blokes – Our styling service for men
  • Be Who You Are – Our styling service for transgender women in any stage of their journey
  • Pack n Send – Our program for individuals in regional areas or cannot access our premises

Career Workshops and Career Counselling

In partnership with Chisholm Skills and Job Centre Dandenong we offer free career counselling and access to workshops to help in job searching. To read about our career services in detail, visit our Career Services Programs page.

Current career services include:

  • Resume Writing – Creating, refining, and tailoring your resume, including templates and examples
  • Preparing for Interviews – How to prepare for interviews and behavioural questions
  • Job Searching – Planning your job search, exploring the market, and working with recruitment agencies