From Day of Mourning to a celebration of our First Australians, here’s what NAIDOC Week is all about
Do you know the fascinating history of NAIDOC Week and what it represents? It’s one that will inspire you to Get up! Stand up! Show up!Read More
Despite PTSD being the second-most common mental health condition in Australia (topped only by depression at No.1), most of us don’t even realise how common it is, what it actually is, and how it can bring people from all walks of life to their knees.Read More
Sadly, suicide is the leading cause of death for Australian males aged 15 to 44. And it is the second-highest cause of death in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males across all age groups. Here’s how we can all help create safe and healthy spaces for the males in our lives.Read More
The first three years of a baby’s life – when an infant’s brain grows to 90 per cent of its adult size – are critical to fostering healthy mental development, including social and emotional wellbeing.Read More
Aboriginal health service South Coastal Babbingur Mia is excited to announce the appointment of Dr Talila Milroy to its team.
The Yindjibarndi and Palyku woman is passionate about Indigenous social justice, healthcare education and research.
Please join us in our pledge to mindfully act for positive change by rallying behind, and giving voice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, causes, business and communities.Read More
Here’s a tricky question: would you know how to help a loved one experiencing domestic violence, without making the situation worse?Read More
Three local business women are collaborating for the greater good of the Rockingham region this winter. As the temperature cools, so do the feet that walk into local shop fronts and businesses suffer. An innovative streak happened across the trio when they decided to beat the rain and blues by bringing women together to learn and collaborate. Their vision statement for this winter opportunity brings women together to help one another in business; The Winter Creative Festival partners with business women in the Rockingham region, including our CEO, Penny Webb for a Workshop on Personal Brand; Reinvention, Linkedin and Finding Your Career […]Read More
Economic abuse occurs ‘between intimate partners when one controls or manipulates the other person’s access to finances, assets and decision-making to create dependence and control. It is a powerful abuse tactic, which leaves victims financially incapacitated — a major reason why people don’t leave abusive or violent relationships.’ Jozica Kutin. Jozica Kutin from RMIT University in Melbourne has undertaken significant research on economic abuse. Refer to the full (Report) It is only recently that the government and domestic and family violence services have had access to data and information specifically on economic abuse. RMIT University researchers analysed ABS data that identifies, for […]Read More
We run regular groups and host some great community events for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Our regular groups are: Mooditj Marra Yarning Grandparents-Raising-Grandchildren Mums and Bubs Check the Events Page for upcoming dates. Give the team a call to see if we can help you.Read More