Women’s and Children’s Health Network Community Consultations 16, 17 & 18 May 2017

15 May

Visiting the Far West Coast Region this week – for times and sessions see below:

The Women’s and Children’s Health Network provides a range of services that are accessed by Aboriginal communities across South Australia which includes:

 The Women’s and Children’s Hospital WCH
 The Aboriginal Liaison Unit and the AMIC program at the WCH
 Child and Family Health Service CaFHS
 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services CAMHS
 Metropolitan Youth Health, including health service in AYTC (Adelaide Youth Training Centre)
 Yarrow Place, Rape and Sexual Assault service
 Metropolitan Women’s Health in Adelaide
 Aboriginal Well Women’s Screening Program
Have you or your family used any of these services?
If so, come and tell us about your experiences and what’s important for you and your family when accessing our services. Your feedback will help us to improve the services we provide to the community.

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Tuesday 16 May at the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation, Ceduna Office – Conference Room

  • Session One 10am – 12pm Lunch Provided
  • Ceduna Session Two 4pm – 5:30pm Afternoon Tea

Wednesday 17 May at Yalata Aboriginal Community 

  • Session 10am – 12pm Lunch Provided

Wednesday 17 May at Scotdesco

  • Session 2pm – 4pm Afternoon Tea Provided

Thursday 18 May at Koonibba Aboriginal Community 

  • Session 10am – 12pm Lunch Provided

Thursday 18 May  at Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation Ceduna – Conference Room

  • Session Three 1pm – 3pm Afternoon Tea Provided

For more information please contact the:

Women’s and Children’s Health Network Aboriginal Health Division

295 South Terrace Adelaide SA 5000 Telephone: 08 8303 1622

www.sahealth.sa.gov.au