Community Well-Being

STARTING FRIDAY 14th!

Earth, Heart & Spirit!

This project will bring together Indigenous Community members, from Elders, adults, young people and families living in the Yarra Ranges, seeking connection to culture and Community. The aim is to deliver a comprehensive, holistic and spiritually healing wellness program with four specific workshop themes, including: Health/Nutrition, Physical Activity, Mindfulness and Healing. All of which will be facilitated in a supportive and culturally safe environment.

Participants will come together and build trusting relationships as they journey through a process of deep healing with the support of Indigenous Elders and counselling professionals experienced in supporting sufferers of trauma, emotional distress and Community members affected by family violence issues.

Watch this space for updates!

Oonah’s Tucker Bag program is currently on Fridays during school term.

Bookings are essential and must be made before 5pm Thursday.

To book in for a food parcel, please call the office on: 5962 2940

 

The Stepped Care Program is a free mental health program for anyone experiencing a dark journey in their lives right now and find it hard to see the light. This service covers all in the Outer and Inner Eastern areas of Melbourne, and is FREE for Community. It has a Mental Health Nurse, Psychological Therapy, peer support, group sessions, referrals and an Aboriginal Worker who can do one on one cultural wellbeing narrative sessions, cultural wellbeing narrative group sessions or just walk beside you on this path.