Welcome NACCHO Aboriginal Health News

 NACCHO-The national authority in comprehensive

Aboriginal primary health care 

“Investing in Healthy Futures for generational change

Thank you for visiting our NACCHO Aboriginal Health News Alert

MAT and Sandy

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 Aboriginal Health Newspaper 24 pages published 16 November 2016

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The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) is the ;

  • National peak Aboriginal health body representing over 150 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS).
  • National authority in comprehensive Aboriginal primary health care.

Map of member services

  • Pictured above Matthew Cooke NACCHO Chair and Sandy Davies Deputy chair

In June 2013 NACCHO launched our HEALTHY FUTURES 10-point plan 2013-2030.

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This will provide our sector, stakeholders, partners and governments with a clear set of priorities and strategies that will result in improvements in Aboriginal health outcomes.

It provides us all a roadmap to follow and be guided by which will make long and lasting improvements to the health of Aboriginal people now and into the future.

DOWNLOAD the HEALTHY FUTURE 10 point plan HERE

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Matthew Cooke – Chairperson

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3 comments on “Welcome NACCHO Aboriginal Health News

  1. This is such a great organisation. Health care services are so important and it is necessary to allow Indigenous communities to control their own procedures and well being. Studies have shown that Aboriginal people have higher health risks and this needs to be addressed. Currently there is also a high rate of Indigenous youth who are incarcerated and early intervention strategies such as youth programs are needed to tackle this problem. Break the Cycle is a new campaign that focuses on raising awareness on the high Indigenous youth incarceration rates and push for youth programs. It would be great if you could check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breakthecycleau/

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