Support, lead, influence, advocate and build.
As an organisation AHCWA:
Supports the continued development of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
Leads the development of Aboriginal health policy
Influences and monitors performance across the health sector
Advocates for Aboriginal community development and;
Builds the capacity of the health workforce to improve the social, emotional and general health and well being of Aboriginal people.
AHCWA Training and Development Update
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions AHCWA Training and Development will not be scheduling any training dates in the near future. If you would like to be notified when training will recommence or general information about our courses you can contact our trainers via the relevant course section under Training Courses on this website.
There is a lot of worry and confusion in the community right now surrounding COVID-19.
Trust your gut instinct and ask
R U OK?
If you have a feeling that someone you know or care about isn’t doing too well, or perhaps they seem out of sorts, a bit more agitated or withdrawn, or they’re just not themselves.
By starting a conversation you could help a friend, family members or a workmate.
For more information on how to start that conversation, check out the R U OK website: www.ruok.org.au/how-to-ask