The Glen for Women Approved – Coast Community Chronicle p3 18.11.20
The award winning and internationally recognised program at The glen has achieved formal approval to build a 20-bed drug and alcohol rehabilitation service at 253 Yarramalong Rd, Wyong Creek.
This centre will be the first women specific Aboriginal community controlled rehabilitation centre in NSW……
NDIS Grant – Coast Community Chronicle pg31 7.10.20
$200,000 grant to help Aboriginal people under the NDIS
Yerin Aboriginal Health Services, based in Wyong, has received a $200.000 financial boost from the NSW Government to help more Aboriginal people under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
Yerin Yarns – Coast Community Chronicle pg29 19.8.20
Yerin Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Health Centre in Wyong has released its own podcast, Yerin Yarns aimed at educating listeners on the centre’s services, while also engaging the community
The Glen for Women – Coast Community Chronicle p21 1.7.20
Plans submitted for The Glen for Women
Gulgul Nyugang Aboriginal Corporation has submitted its detailed plans to Central Coast Council for The Glen for Women Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facility at Wyong Creek.
The $2.4 project is planned on 4ha at 253 Yarramalong Rd, Wyong Creek.
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CENTRAL COAST: “BLACK LIVES MATTER” MOVEMENT (Including The Glen)
Black Lives Matter rallies around Australia over the weekend sparked calls to address institutional racism in the country.
A Central Coast man who was heavily involved in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody says 30 years on, not enough is being done.
Aboriginal and […]
NAISDA Graduation is One to Remember – Koori Mail 22.4.2020 (pg33)
NAISDA Dance College has become one of a number of learning and training organisations worldwide to celebrate it’s graduating class of 2019 by holding an innovative, completely digital, graduation ceremony.
A crescendo of dance, culture, celebration and emotion…….