AFL Central Victoria has begun the roll out of a new software program that will provide online health checks for clubs.
The Performance Improvement Program will assist committees in the management of their clubs and provide action plans for continued improvement.
Clubs in the region will be the first football-netball clubs in Victoria to use the program, which has been developed by QLBS.
"This is an initiative to assist clubs in a range of areas with their planning," AFLCV regional manager Paul Hamilton said.
"It's not a panacea to solve all problems a football club encounters, but is a direct assistance package that has not been offered in the past.
"We have an obligation to provide assistance as best we can to the clubs that provide great service to our communities.
"We have increased our resources at the Hub for this purpose."
Following the online club health checks and suggested action plans, AFLCV will provide employees to assist the clubs with their priorities and planning.
Meanwhile, the AFLCV Commission will run an information session for clubs in regard to the amendments to Incorporated Associations in Victoria and the changes that must be made to club constitutions. It will be held at 45-49 Mundy Street on Tuesday at 6pm.