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Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services provide Aboriginal community controlled and managed health and community services. Focused alcohol, tobacco and other drug services include the provision of clinical and non-clinical interventions for drug and alcohol issues. The Opioid Program prescribes Opioid Maintenance Therapy (OMT) and has a dedicated alcohol and other drug nurse to work with OMT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.
Target groupAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specific
Age range eligibility18-25 year old
Specialist ATOD primary health care
Cultural, diversity and vulnerable group capabilitiesAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Additional program description
Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services also provides:
Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program:
Winnunga’s TIS program delivers a range of activities including information sessions and stalls at events, schools and workplaces to provide education and information on smoking harms. Smoking cessation support is referred to Winnunga’s ‘No More Boondah’ quit smoking program and the Aboriginal quitline. TIS has a range of free promo gear, displays and models targeting smoking in pregnancy, avoiding uptake of smoking especially youth, the dangers of second hand smoke and keeping cars and homes smoke free.
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