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Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association

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Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association is the Aboriginal community controlled health organisation in Lakes Entrance.Its vision is to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in the communities in and around Lakes Entrance, Lake Tyers Beach, Lake Bunga, Swan Reach, Tambo Upper and Metung.The association offers holistic and culturally appropriate services including medical transport, local justice worker program, Koori youth justice program, Elders planned activity group, health promotion and chronic care program, including ante and post natal care for pregnant women, and a health program specifically designed for Aboriginal men.

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Last updated: Friday, 05 August 2022