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MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 12th May 2021 National Sorry Day – a time for acknowledging the strength of Stolen Generations Survivors. Nowra’s Annual Sorry Day Event welcomes all members of the community to commemorate and reflect on the part we play in the healing process for our people and nation. Since it’s inception in 2015, many people have gathered in Nowra to take part in the National Sorry Day Bridge Walk. People from local
We are looking for a name for our TIS mascot who is a red-tailed black cockatoo. Do you have an idea for us?   Complete our entry form and hand in to one of our offices and you could be the lucky winner of your very own ipad! * Entries close 21st June 2021. For full terms & conditions please see back of entry form. Download entry form here
MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 26th April 2021 Local MP praises the brilliant results of innovative youth justice program Ngudjoong Billa.   Member for Kiama Gareth Ward MP met with members of our Aboriginal Justice Reintegration Program Ngudjoong Billa last week to celebrate the positive results the program is having on youth in our communities. The innovative program was implemented at South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation in 2017 in partnership with the Department of
MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6th April 2021 Local Aboriginal Health service provider deliver the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine to our community’s most vulnerable. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people over the age of 55 or those who have a serious or chronic illness, can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a culturally supportive service right here in the Shoalhaven. Members of the community who meet the criteria can now book their appointments with South Coast
Congratulations to Warren Field on working 10 years with SCMSAC! Warren is a Substance Use Counsellor and a valuable member of our Wellbeing team. He is also part of the team that runs our Shoalhaven Koori Men’s Group which provides education and support to local Aboriginal men with social health needs such as domestic and family violence, social and emotional wellbeing, and substance use. By creating a safe place to promote and discuss community issues
Tell us a little bit about your role at the SCMSAC I am a Family Preservation Caseworker at SCMSAC, working alongside families to prevent children entering the OOHC system. I am part of an amazing team in Preservation! We support keeping families together because we all know children are best placed with their family. What do you like most about your role? I love being there for my families, being the person they can rely
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