Aboriginal Health Council of WA
The Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA) operates as the peak body for 20 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across Western Australia. ACCHSs are also known as or called Aboriginal Medical Services.
The health status of Aboriginal people in Western Australia will be at least equal to that of the non-Aboriginal population by 2025 through the acknowledged leadership of the Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia.
To lead the development of Aboriginal health policy, to influence and monitor performance across the health sector, to advocate for and support community development and capacity building in Aboriginal communities, to support the continued development of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and to build the workforce capacity to improve the health, social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Western Australia.
For more information visit ACHWA (external site).
Aboriginal Medical Services
An Aboriginal Medical Service is a health service funded to provide medical services primarily to Aboriginal people.
View a list of all Aboriginal Medical Services in WA (external site).
Aboriginal Men's Services
The Mooditj Marmun book (PDF 4.18MB) is produced by the Men’s Advisory Network and is a resource booklet for Aboriginal men outlining services available to Aboriginal men from Geraldton to Esperance.
RUAH Perth Aboriginal Resources Directory
The Ruah Aboriginal Resource Directory (PDF 1.3MB) provides a list of various services available to Aboriginal people across Perth.
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