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Marrin Weejali Aboriginal Corporation

 

Description

Marrin Weejali is an Aboriginal community-controlled organisation that provides alcohol and other drug services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to non-Indigenous clients living in Sydney.

Marrin Weejali's model of service is based upon a spiritual and cultural healing approach. Their aim is to to give hope to people and support people to live healthy, peaceful and dignified lives.

Services are free of charge and clients can either refer themselves (either by telephone or walk-in), or be referred by an agency (e.g. a GP, the justice system, Department of Child Services, community agencies).  

Contacts

Marrin Weejali Aboriginal Corporation
79-81 Jersey Road
Blackett NSW 2770
PO Box 147
Emerton NSW 2770
Ph: (02) 9628 3031
Fax: (02) 9628 8858

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Last updated: 26 May 2017
 
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