Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership sources a range of resources to support organisations to find smarter ways of making the health system worker better. Our resources are continuously being updated to reflect the changing health and community environment. So be sure to keep visiting this page.
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Information and Client Services
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association Ltd (VACSAL) is a state-wide agency that provides extensive services to the Aboriginal community in both the metropolitan and some regional communities
Wherever you are on your mental health journey, Head to Health is here to help you find the information, resources, and services that most suit your needs. Whether you want to improve your overall sense of wellbeing, or you need help with something that is concerning you, or you are helping someone you care about—Head to Health can point you to great online mental health resources.
Your guide to Medicare for Indigenous health services was developed to support staff working in organisations that provide Medicare services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
Guides and toolkits
The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program is a framework for organisations to realise their vision for reconciliation.
Through the program, organisations develop a RAP—a business plan that documents what an organisation commits to do to contribute to reconciliation in Australia.
Share our pride - a glimpse of what life looks like from a Aboriginal and torres Strait Islander perspective
Review of Illicit Drug Use Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People - Free eBook (iTunes Store Link)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice
Improving identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies in Victorian maternity services
Changing the Picture: A national resource to support the prevention of violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children.
Your Life, Your Choice. You have the right to make your own decisions. But, in the future, you might have an accident or illness that means you can't make decisions about your medical care or personal and financial matters. Learn about how you can choose someone now to make these types of decisions for you, if this happens.
Plain language review of diabetes among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (2017). Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Policy & Reports
To build relationships, respect and trust between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander peoples, what role do health professionals, health organisations and governments
have to play to achieve a reconciled, just and equitable Australia?
Public Awareness Campaigns