Victorian Aboriginal organisations are leading the way in making environments healthy for our mob.
Check out their stories to see how they're making organisations, programs and events healthy, deadly places!
Bert Williams Aboriginal Youth Services (BWAYS) hosted another fantastic 3 on 3 Junior Basketball Challenge during NAIDOC week this year. Leigh Saunders, BWAYS Manager, again showing great leadership coordinating a 'smoke free' and 'sugary drinks free' event!
The incredible team at VACSAL/BWAYS put on a healthy BBQ for the mob and we had a yarn to some people about what they thought of the day, check it out in the video below.
|Click here for Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation case study: Healthy Cooking Program||
|Click here for Njernda Aboriginal Corporation case study: Our Mob is Sweet Enough!||Click here for Mallee District Aboriginal Services case study: Deadly Choices launch in Mildura||Click here for Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative case study: World No Tobacco Day Community Day|
|Click here for Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association Limited (VACSAL) and Bert Williams Aboriginal Youth Services (BWAYS) case study||Click here for Yappera Children's Service case study||Click here for Victorian Aboriginal Health Service Healthy Lifestyles Team (VAHS HLT) and Melbourne Stars Junior Basketball Club case study: Healthy Partnerships 2017-18|
|Click here for Victorian Aboriginal Health Service Healthy Lifestyles Team (VAHS HLT) and Melbourne Stars Junior Basketball Club Presentation Night case study: Sugary Drink Free! Held at the Aborigines Advancement League|