Caber-ra nanga engage
Who is it for?
Caber-ra nanga Engage is a program that has been funded by the Sydney North Primary Health Network in Northern Sydney to provide co-created services, collaboratively between RANSW & The Gaimaragal Group. The gatherings were gifted a Gaimaragal word by Professor Dennis Foley, Gaimaragal language speaker. Caber-ra-nanga means 'Resting the Mind'.
What will it be like?
The Caber-ra nanga monthly events are held at Stony Range with the support of RANSW Northern Beaches staff at Dee Why.
- Clarify your problems.
- Gain new perspectives.
- Work through change.
How can it help me?
The program can help with the following:
- Provide individual client response and service coordination that supports engagement with services and referral pathways
- Facilitate community based engagement opportunities such as Cultural Wellness Days & Healing Circles around “Resting the Mind”
- Providing Cultural advice, support, and cultural immersion opportunities for the community and service system
- Providing targeted mental health professional training e.g. Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid.
- Caber-ra-nanga ENGAGE is an innovative partnership based on RANSW Commitment to bridging the reconciliation divide and building meaningful, responsive and culturally safe partnerships built on respect and opening doors and creating new pathways and opportunities is what we at RANSW strive to do (Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-2018).
Booking this program
The Caber-ra nanga engage program is a free service.