Posted by VACCHO Communications Team on 24 October 2018
Tags: Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative, Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative, Trevor Pearce, new Board, Raylene Harradine, Karen Heap, AGM, Deputy Chair, Chair, Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, ACCHO, ACCO, VACCHO
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) is pleased to announce the appointment of a the new Chair and Deputy Chair following our AGM on Monday 22 October.
Posted by VACCHO Communications on 28 February 2018
Tags: Ian Ham, Self-determination, first mortgage, Natalie Hutchins, Raylene Harradine, Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative, BDAC, Bendigo, Aboriginal Victorians, Victorian Government, Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, ACCHO, ACCO, VACCHO
Bendigo’s Aboriginal community is rejoicing after the property title over the Bendigo and District Aboriginal Cooperative (BDAC) was lifted, and full control of the Cooperative’s assets was returned to the local Aboriginal community by Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins.
Posted by Policy Unit on 1 August 2016
Tags: alcohol and other drugs, mental health, chronic disease, Njernda Aboriginal Corporation, Murray Valley Aboriginal Co-operative, Njernda Aboriginal Corporation, Mallee District Aboriginal Services, Bendigo & District Aboriginal Co-operative, networks, Loddon Mallee Aboriginal Reference Group, LMARG, Innovative service delivery, PHN, Loddon Mallee region and the Murray Primary Health Network, Loddon Mallee region, health outcomes, Aboriginal Primary Health funding, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan, lack of funding, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, Aboriginal health, health and wellbeing, Close the Gap, CTG, Aboriginal workforce, Raylene Harradine, ACCHOs, ACCO
A developing partnership between leading Aboriginal health services in the Loddon Mallee region and the Murray Primary Health Network (PHN) is exploring innovative service delivery programs that can further increase the health outcomes of local Aboriginal community members.