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Hope Community Services – Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Support for Aboriginal people in the Goldfields with chronic health conditions to access mainstream healthcare services and also provides funding for supplementary services and medical aids. The program is funded by the WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) and aims to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to contribute to closing the gap in life expectancy through improved access to culturally appropriate mainstream primary health services.
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Mission Australia Meekatharra Mental Health Support Service

The Mental Health Support Service in Meekatharra provides mental health coordination services to Aboriginal families living in Meekatharra, & via outreach to Cue and Mount Magnet. The service is a point of contact and advocacy for people living with mental ill health. Through a recovery framework emphasising self-determination and choice, participants are supported through support to attend appointments, individual counselling and group work, and community connection.

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Wheatbelt Health Network – Aboriginal Health

The team works with local Aboriginal people and communities in the region to access a range of health services to reduce the burden of chronic disease as part of the Closing the Gap Program. The ITC program assists people with chronic disease to access specialist and allied health services and manage their disease.

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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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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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Spinifex Health Service

Spinifex Health Service is the business name for an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service managed by Paupiyala Tjarutja Aboriginal Corporation (PTAC) in the remote community of Tjuntjuntjara on the Spinifex Lands. Spinifex Health is one of a series of business names owned by PTAC and forms part of the Corporation’s commitment to providing services to the community
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Menzies Aboriginal Corporation

Non for profit organisation who provides housing to Indigenous peoples in the Menzies townsite.

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Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Broome

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Limited (ALSWA) is a not for profit organisation which provides legal representation and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Western Australia.
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Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Services – Murchison Outreach

GRAMS Murchison Outreach Service mission is to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders better access to primary health care and diabetic education. Their outreach service travels to Cue, Yalgoo and Pia Wadjarri to engage and support our patients living in remote WA.

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MEEDAC – Yalgoo

MEEDAC runs Community Development Programs on behalf of the Australian Government. MEEDAC provides a free gardening service to those people in the community who would otherwise find it difficult to upkeep or maintain their yards or gardens. MEEDAC also helps with Counselling and Health Intervention. A Community Mentor works with job seekers that have health or personal barriers such as drug and alcohol dependency, as well as relation/personal issues or barriers. This is to assist job seekers with all barriers which can affect their ability to engage in job seeking and their activities.
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