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Ngangganawili Aboriginal Health Service – The Substance Misuse Scheme

Delivers a non-residential trauma-informed service that is culturally responsive and safe, with prioritised placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their families and communities. They provide a flexible model of care that allows for outreach, drop-in support and care on Country for individuals, families and community groups.
They accept referrals by any individual, family member, agency or organisation that requires a Social and Emotional Wellbeing related support in the region. It is their priority to support the community to have access to a high standard of care that fits with Wiluna Martu Services and projects are also co-designed, which involves ongoing consultation, collaboration and two-way
This service is partially funded by the WA Primary Health Alliance
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Shire of Wiluna

The council of Wiluna is empowered to make local laws which regulate and control certain activities and functions within the Shire.
Other legislation provides Council with responsibility for matters such as health, building, planning and local laws, as well as administration of policies and legislations.

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Wiluna Traders

Wiluna Traders offers  tourists a good range of supplies including ice, fresh vegetables & fruit, meat, fresh dairy produce, hardware, auto, souvenirs, whitegoods and tucker for the road. Fuel and driveway service with diesel and UL petrol.
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WA Police Wiluna

Local police servicing the area.
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Wiluna Town Bush Fire Brigade

The Wiluna Town Bush Fire Brigade is the only fire and emergency within the Shire of Wiluna. Their volunteers are diverse and come from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. 
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Connected AU

Connected AU is a social enterprise working to combat isolation and loneliness in at-risk populations. They deliver programs to ensure that vulnerable people can access connection, community and companionship in a safe and monitored way, ensuring everybody in the community stays visible and values

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New Opportunities for Women

The Certificate I in New Opportunities for Women (NOW) is a general education program that is intended to provide women with the knowledge, skills and support they require to explore future options regarding entering or re-entering the workforce, vocational training and further education.

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Gunbarrel Laager Travellers Rest

Gunbarrel Laager Travellers Rest provides a welcome break from hard driving in the Outback. Their smoke free accommodation consists of 17 single units and 4 units that can be used as twin or family units.
These contain a queen size bed and a single bed
All units have a fridge and air conditioner, linen supplied, modern ablution block and coin operated laundry, grassed BBQ area, well behaved dogs and leash accepted by prior arrangement, and internet access available.

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Hendercare

Hendercare provides a service to help get individuals into the workforce, become an active member of the the community, or further develop communication skills.

As an experienced NDIS provider, its their job to support individuals in achieving their goals and strengthening their capacity to live confidently in the community.

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Ngangganawili Aboriginal Health Service

NAHS provides services in ways determined by the local community that best suit their requirements, and in a culturally secure way and setting. Upon engagement at NAHS, all new non-indigenous staff receive cultural sensitivity training from local Aboriginal elders. In alignment with Aboriginal culture, NAHS provides a holistic approach to its health care delivery. Their services include:
  • Outpatient GP Service
  • 24 hour accident and emergency service
  • X-ray, ultrasound, pathology, immunisation
  • Maternal and child health services
  • Sexual health counselling and education
  • Visiting dental health care
  • Hearing screening and visit specialist services
  • Drug and alcohol misuse programs
  • Community aged care
  • Home and community care
  • Environmental health program
  • Chronic disease management and care planning
  • Visiting Physiotherapy services
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Midwest Alcohol and Drug Services

Based in Geraldton, Midwest Community Alcohol and Drug Services provides a fortnightly outreach service to Kalbarri, Dongara, Northampton, Mullewa, Morawa, Three Springs and Eneabba.

Once a month the team also travels to Yalgoo, Cue, Mt Magnet, Meekatharra and Wiluna.

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