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  • Health promotion
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  • Health practice
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  • Yarning places
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  • Programs
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  • Organisations
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  • Conferences
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  • Courses
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  • Funding
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  • Glossary
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Come Have a Yarn

 

Overview

Come Have a Yarn is a support service for substance use and wellbeing located in Nowra, Falls Creek and Batemans Bay, New South Wales (NSW). The service is specifically provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Staff are ready to have a yarn about:

There are specialist groups and activities for both men and women. These include cultural activities, health promotion, walking and physical activity.

The service has a number of locations and is open five days a week. Bookings are not required.

Abstract adapted from South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation

Contacts

South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation
Jane Ardler Centre
51-53 Berry Street
PO Box 548
Nowra NSW 2541
Ph: (02) 4448 0200
Free call: 1800 215 099
Fax: (02) 4428 6601
Email: admin@southcoastams.org.au

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Last updated: 6 April 2017
 
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