News - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community

Celebrating Carers Week 2019 - NDIS/ABILITY LINKS: Community BBQ and Yarn about Disabilities

CELEBRATiNG CARERS WEEK 2019 - NDIS/ ABILITY LINKS

COMMUNITY BBQ & YARN ABOUT DISABILTITIES

WHEN: 18 0CTOBER 2019 1pm - 4pm

Budyari Community Health Hub - 18 Woodward Crescent,Mil|er NS

Meet with
- Budyrai Community Health team
- KBHAC Ability Links & NDIS Services Team
- StVincent de Paul NDIS Local Area Coordinators

See FLYER for more information

Wirringa Biaya - Legal Advice Outreach at Mudgin-Gal

Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women's Legal. Centre will be providing FREE confidential legal. advice at Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Corporation (233 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale) on the 1st Wednesday of each month (starting the 2nd of Oct) from 10am - 12pm

See FLYER for more information

Come along and....'SAY NO TO VIOLENCE'

Come along and....'SAY NO TO VIOLENCE'

WHEN: Friday, 18th October 2019, 10 am - 2pm

WHERE: Mt. Druitt PCYC, 453a Luxford Road, Shalvey

There will be Special guests,Emma donovan, Darren compton
sani ray townsen, MC = MONks and IZZY, NRL & AFL Appearances and more....

Information and Support for Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse Police Information Sessions on AVOs

Macarthur Family and Youth Services: NABU Aboriginal Family Support Outreach for 2019

  • FREE SOLICITOR (Aboriginal) ADVICE FORTNIGHTLY - THURSDAYS FROM JULY 25TH FROM 11.30 – 1PM

- “Phone appointments available” CARE & PROTECTION FAMILY LAW EDUCATION ADVICE

  • FREE OMBUDSMAN ADVICE AND COMPLAINTS 2nd MONDAY OF EACH MONTH 10-12PM
  • FREE NDIS AND ABORIGINAL LOCAL AREA COORDINATORS ADVICE AND SUPPORT EVERY FORTNIGHT 10-12PM

- ALL OUTREACH SERVICES ARE FREE

- BOOKINGS ARE PREFERRED BUT NOT ESSENTIAL

Contact Reception for enquiries and bookings 4620 4667, 16 King Street Campbelltown

See flyer and brochure for information about the Family Support Outreach and NABU

Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC): Supporting Mob and Taking Control of our Future

Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) is a Stolen Generations Survivor led organisation established by the survivors of Kinchela Boys Home (KBH), a ‘home’ run by the NSW Government for over 50 years to assimilate Aboriginal boys who were kidnapped from their families.

We promote positive, healthy peer support models that address the reconstruction of identity, restoration of family structures and improved social inclusion in community.

Through the committed work of KBHAC Programs and Services our staff can assist with:
- Supporting KBH Survivors and Families Social and Emotional Wellbeing
- Supporting KBH Survivors and Families with Ageing, - Disability and Housing Needs
- Identifying, locating and reconnecting KBH survivors’ descendants with their families
- Supporting NSW Stolen Generations Survivors to access the NSW Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme
- Providing education and training workshops
- Supporting access to the National Redress Scheme (for people who have experienced institutionalized child sexual abuse) and referrals to services for support
- Supporting access to the NDIS
- Supporting community members who aren’t eligible to the - NDIS to access services and supports
- Support Coordination – NDIS supports
- Plan Management
- Community Participation
- Group / Centre Activities
- Advocacy - We offer advocacy and referral support to external agencies

See KBHAC Booklet for more information

Come along for a Chat about Art, Culture, Music and History

Indigenous Cultural Group invites you to come along for a Chat about Art, Culture, Music and History

EVERY MONDAY (In School Terms): 1pm-2:30pm

COST: Free

WHERE: 2 Astral Drive, Doonside Cottage, Doonside

See FLYER for more details

Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation: NDIS Help

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT NDIS?

Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation invite you to drop in and speak to our team about NDIS

WHEN: Every Second Tuesday

TIME: 10am - 1pm

See flyer for more details

Aboriginal Services Portal

NESST developed an Aboriginal Services Portal with the objective of providing a resource to be used by Aboriginal organisations to enhance their capacity to deliver services to Aboriginal communities and for Aboriginal people to identify and access those services.

Weblink: https://www.nesst.org.au/

See attached sheet for more information

Dhungung (FOod) Share

OZHarvest food rescue organisation is providing quality excess food at the Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre for Aboriginal people and their families

ALL FOOD IS FREE!

Every Thursday at the Wingecarribee Aboriginal Community Cultural Centre la Rainbow Road, Mittagong between 10.30am and 1:30prn

See attached flyer for more information...

Ability Linkers Services

WHAT IS ABILITY AND EARLY LINKS?
- Ability and Early Links is a new way to support people with disability, their families and carers as part of the ongoing reforms to the disability service system in NSW

WHO CAN ACCESS ABILITY AND EARLY LINKS NSW?

- People with a disability aged from 0-8yrs (Early Linkers) and 9-64 (Ability) who are generally not accessing specialist disability services
- Carers and families of a person with a disability
- A diverse range of people including Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander,Australian and culturally & linguistically diverse people.

See attached Brochure for more information....

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