Aboriginal Health Partnerships
Our Aboriginal Health Partnerships focus on building emotional and social wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and young adults
National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
NCIE’s Young Mob Moving program provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth the opportunity to connect with a community of peers and health professionals to increase their health and fitness knowledge, equipping them with the skills to build and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Awabakal’s Community Sponsorship Program helps to bring the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community together and encourages active participation within a variety of fields including the arts, sport, education and events.
Yarn Up is a group support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men across the lands of the Awabakal, Wonnarua and Worimi people which aims to help build a sense of connection to self, community, culture and country.
The Clontarf Foundation exists to help young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men develop the values, skills and abilities that will assist them to transition into meaningful employment and achieve better life outcomes.