An exciting excursion to Flip Out at Nowra using our Preschool Bus!
The lack of culturally sensitive programs and services is a major barrier to seeking appropriate treatment for social health and wellbeing. So, we’ve organised Shoalhaven Koori Women’s and Men’s groups – with transport available on request!
Did you know that suicide rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is twice that of non-Indigenous Australians? We co-hosted a community roundtable for the National Suicide Prevention Project!
Aunty Iris McLeod is a respected elder who played an instrumental part in breaking down the barriers within mainstream and community controlled services, for the improvement of health outcomes for Aboriginal people.
The South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation is pleased to advise that we now have a fully operational Needle Syringe program for our clients and the community.
The social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) team have been busy this May! To celebrate Sorry Day (May 26th) we hosted our second walk across the Shoalhaven Bridge in Nowra, walking from the Old Bomaderry Children’s Home in Beinda (acknowledged as the “Birth place of the Stolen Generation”) to Harry Sawkins Park. We joined together with community members, elders and representatives …