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Nirrumbuk Environmental and Health Services, in partnership with the Department of Housing, delivers the Support and Tenancy Education Program (STEP) to the Kimberley region.
Through STEP, eligible tenants can receive education and case management to improve their living skills, independently manage their tenancies, and reduce the likelihood of homelessness.
Offers a place for 10-20 year olds to come and hang out, watch movies, listen to music, play games and video games. Also have a girls only time, band sessions, art classes, computers and internet and regular big screen movie nights and discos.
With cooperation and support from our communities, the Olabud Doogethu journey is to provide a better future for our country men and women. We want to help our mob develop effective leadership and cultural cohesion by designing, delivering, assisting or supporting programs that build stronger families, improve our quality of life, and champion our proud heritage.
By diverting resources away from our overcrowded prison system, we can invest in our future – our children. The traditional judicial system has failed us, and it continues to let us down. We must manage this problem ourselves. The Aboriginal way.
Together, we can implement community-driven initiatives for early intervention. Schemes that rehabilitate our young people and families while cultivating stronger bonds within the community to help all of us live happier, more fulfilled lives.
Supported and/or safe accommodation to women- with/or without accompanying children- who as a result of family and domestic violence or other crisis. Breaking the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness- and assisting clients to maintain existing safe accommodation where appropriate or move to stable safe long term accommodation is a key role of Family and Domestic Violence Accommodation and Support.