Ramahyuck delivers a range of health and community development services to the Indigenous and wider community across Gippsland. Through its health clinics in Sale, Morwell and Drouin, and also in collaboration with partners across the greater Gippsland region, Ramahyuck delivers programs aimed at:
- Providing comprehensive primary health care along with chronic disease management
- Ensuring a holistic approach to health through social and emotional wellbeing programs
- Implementing innovative community enterprise and engagement initiatives
Ramahyuck has a proud history and acknowledges its founding members who had the foresight and vision to recognise community needs and advocate for the establishment of the organisation to advance the health and wellbeing of Indigenous people in the region.
A drug and alcohol worker provides drug and alcohol counselling and referral from all sites across Gippsland. Tobacco action workers develop initiatives to shift community attitudes towards smoking, to encourage quit attempts, and to support quitting through brief interventions.
Morwell offers audiology services.
All sites provide a space for meetings and gatherings for Aboriginal community members and organisations.
Ramahyuck provides HACC services to clients and their carers who are frail, aged or have a disability. Services include: domestic assistance; personal care; property maintenance; and Planned Activity Group.
Ramahyuck offers social, emotional and wellbeing therapists to support community members.
Ramahyuck offers women’s health days. These days are made for women and conducted by women to address womenonly health issues along with other related topics.
Aboriginal Children’s Service
This service meets the cultural, social and development needs of Indigenous children and their families. It provides a ﬂexible range of child care services including long day care and outside school hours care. It has capacity for visiting services such as maternal and child health care.
Ramahyuck offers parenting programs, stronger families programs, Aboriginal family decision-making programs, family preservation and restoration programs, and child-first programs to community members.
Central Gippsland Aboriginal Health Service Wanjana Lidj
The Family Preservation Program provides an intensive home-based, family-centred program to keep Koori families together and prevent out-of-home placement for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are at risk. The program protects Aboriginal children and young people from abuse and neglect. It also assists in the reunification of families where children and young people are currently in care and prevents their placement in substitute care. The family workers visit and assist families for three to four months, providing practical and emotional support.
Koori Maternity Service
Coordinated through a Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO), the service provides culturally appropriate maternity services to Aboriginal women and provides services to women with children 0-8 years to improve health outcomes.
PO Box: N/A
Phone: 03 51365128
Fax: 03 51338069
15-17 Collins Street, Morwell VIC 3840, Australia
Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOS) Aboriginal Medical Services Aged & Disability Services - NDIS Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Services Childcare & Kindergarten Diabetes Services Family & Domestic Violence Services GP Services Gathering Spaces Health Services Home and Community Care Services (HACC) Immunisation Indigenous Dual Diagnosis Integrated Team Care (ITC) Maternal and Child Health Services Men’s Services Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation (RDAC) Respiratory Nursing Sexual Health & Wellbeing Women's Health Nurse Women’s Services Wound Care