We have a range of programs designed to create a healthy and empowered mob.
Want to give up smoking for good? Here at Galambila we have a regional Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program – Ready Mob.
The Ready Mob team have been providing early intervention, education and resources to schools, communities and events within Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, and Biripai Nations.
The program focuses on reducing smoking rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Ready Mob are also a referral option for anyone wanting group quit smoking support. Staff are located in Port Macquarie, Kempsey and Coffs Harbour to ensure the program is delivered across the region.
Starting as a joint initiative on the Mid North Coast Area Health, the Spring into Shape program improves the lives of those that have been diagnosed with some form of chronic disease.
The aim is to deliver a weekly exercise and nutrition 12-week program to promote a healthy lifestyle and to help manage stress in a better way.
The program offers a safe, fun and supportive environment to participants in a range of activities, including cooking classes with a qualified nutritionist, some gentle workouts and health information sessions with a personal trainer over the duration of the program.
You will need to complete a Health assessment and be referred by one of our doctors to be a part of this fantastic program.
Elder’s Health Days are held on the third Monday of every month at the Coffs Harbour Botanical gardens from 10am to 2pm. This day is all about bringing together Aboriginal Elders to discuss a range of healthy lifestyle topics in a safe and fun environment.
Each month services from within the region are invited to come along to discuss what they can offer to the community. Transport is also available to ensure our Elders don’t miss out. For further information please call our friendly reception team on 6652 0800.
We have two dedicated staff are onsite at The Bowra Youth Hub Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. The Bowra Youth Hub is located at St Mary’s Community Hall, Carbin Street, Bowraville.
The program provides targeted support for youth in Bowraville and family support for the Nambucca LGA. The program runs an after school drop-in program twice a week, along with various programs including boxing and self-defence.
Our aim is to provide a safe space for youth in Bowraville to learn, socialise, be creative and supported.
To enquire about this service email the team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Standing on Solid Ground Team aim to:
To access the Standing on Solid Ground Program you will need to see a GP for a referral and mental health care plan.
If you have a NDIS package you could be able to use your package to access the Standing on Solid Ground Aboriginal Mental Health Worker to support you with your day to day activities.
The Standing on Solid Ground team is not a crisis management or emergency mental health service team. If you are in crisis, please phone the following to receive professional help:
MENTAL HEALTH ACCESS LINE – 1800 011 511
LIFE LINE & SUICIDE PREVENTION – 131 114
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LINE – 1800 656 463
EMERGENCY LINE – 000