Overview

Who It's For

We welcome Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of all ages and their families living in Sydney’s north. Leaders, school staff and other service providers for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are also welcome.

How We Help

Caber-ra Nanga offers a range of opportunities focussing on connection, spirituality, cultural immersion, healing and belonging.

What to Expect

We offer individual case work for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in response to individual needs and mental health challenges, as well as specialised Identity and Wellbeing Workshops. The service is available via telehealth.

Common things we can help support clients with include:

Sourcing and applying for housing
Applying for the NDIS and home care packages
Referrals to other health services
Counselling
Connection to community services and activities
Family history research

Caber-ra Nanga offers opportunities to:

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Connect with valuable services such as counselling and cultural care plans
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Explore Aboriginal spirituality and family tree mapping
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Engage with culture, including exploring bush tucker, art and dance
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Foster cultural immersion within the community and service representatives
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Blend traditional healing practices with mainstream services
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Strengthen your sense of belonging

What We Offer

Tailored Support

Our Caber-ra Nanga Engagement Officer will work closely with an individual and their family to offer access to appropriate educational tools, counselling support, cultural safety plans, and referrals to relevant services as needed, such as support groups.

Identity and Wellbeing Workshops

Our Identity and Wellbeing Workshops include family tree mapping for relevant clients to increase their sense of identity, culture and wellbeing.

Support For Other Organisations

We help other organisations build capacity and provide accessible, quality and culturally safe mental, social and physical health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities.

Aboriginal Counselling Services

We provide culturally sensitive and safe counselling services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, free of charge.

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