Deadly Connections positively disrupts intergenerational disadvantage, grief, loss, trauma by providing holistic, culturally responsive interventions and services to First Nations people and communities, particularly those who have been impacted by the child protection and/or justice systems.
ABoriginal owned business providing Aboriginal Cultural Awareness, Mental Health First Aid, Cultural Mentoring & Support in schools and workplaces, Deadly Thinking training.
The IAMS is located in Wollongong and provides holistic health care for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in the Illawarra.
Sydney Region Aboriginal Corporation (SRAC) is a not-for profit community organisation with Offices in Penrith & Harris Park. The Corporations focus is: - to comprehensively assess the needs of disabled and frail older people - to facilitate access to available care services appropriate to their care needs; and - to provide services to support Indigenous disabled and aged individuals within the Western Sydney area. SRAC recognises that indigenous clients face great challenges and have unique care needs and we assist them to meet these needs and gain more enjoyment from being a member of their communities. As an Indigenous organisation we fully recognise the importance of culture and the value of extended family, kinship networks and community in the Care and support of our aged and disabled clients. ABORIGINAL CARE SRAC Aboriginal Care provides assessment, information, advice and assistance to Aboriginal disabled and frail older people who want to remain at home with or without carer support. In the provision of aged care services this refers to people older than 50 years in the Indigenous community. INDIGENOUS DISABILITY ADVOCACY SERVICE (IDAS) IDAS offers Advocacy, information, support, complaints handling and links to other services. The service is funded to cover Western Sydney and some Regional areas of high need. ABORIGINAL ABILITY LINKS Ability Links NSW new way to support people with disability, their families and carers to access supports and services in their local communities. Linkers work with people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities. Linkers also work with local communities to help them become more welcoming and inclusive of people with disability. By linking people with a disability into the Community, we help them to live life their way, enjoying and achieving the things that interest them.
Tharawal Local Aboriginal Land Council is constituted under the Aboriginal Land Right Act 1983. Tharawal LALC works to improve the heritage and identity of Aboriginal people within its boundaries and promote land management and cultural sites.
Waminda is a culturally safe and holistic service, providing women and their Aboriginal families an opportunity to belong and receive quality health and well-being support. Our key focus is to provide tailored strength based care. Our vision is that women and their Aboriginal and Torres Strait families are positive, happy and healthy. They are widely admired and proud of their achievements in their own communities and the broader Shoalhaven. Waminda addresses the social determinants of health, provides a centre of excellence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander womens health within the Shoalhaven community and is a leader in linking culture with education, health and well-being.
Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre Features the Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery exhibiting artists from Gumbaynggirr and neighbouring nations, The Jalumbo Cultural Heritage Keeping Place, displaying artefacts from over 6000 years of coastal Gumbaynggirr life, The Pipecly Cafe serving gourmet foods with a bush tucker twist, and Nuralamee Conference and Accomodation Centre, catering to all events with dormitory-style accomodation for up to 70 people!