The Wellbeing Unit is located on 25 Third Street (above Wurli`s main clinic) and begins in a position of cultural sensitivity and respect to offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of the Katherine region individual, holistic and holistic intervention, treatment and management services. Katherine`s Individual Assistance Program (KISP) provides case management and public relations services for people living rough in Katherine`s residential neighbourhoods and urban camps. Wurli provides a number of community services for Aboriginal people living in Katherine and 40 km radius. Access to all clinical services is enhanced by our transportation service, which can pick up clients from anywhere within 40 kilometres of Katherine. Wurli will send reminder letters and messages to you and your family if they are due for an appointment or other type of follow-up. The Wurli “Strong Indigenous Families” (SIF) programme aims to address behaviours leading to domestic and domestic violence in order to improve the safety of women and their children. Customers can “enter” at any time during operating hours, but if clients prefer it, the clinic also operates an appointment system for current clients. By providing therapeutic services to children and providing case management services to the family, SIF works to break the intergenerational cycle of family and family violence and eliminate children from families. Wurli`s Alcohol – Other Drugs service provides drug and alcohol advice to Aboriginal and Strait Islander communities in the Katherine area. The program aims to improve health outcomes and improve the quality of life for KISP clients. This program works on an outreach model. The strongBala Justice Program aims to provide Aboriginal men with regular access to culturally appropriate health, justice, alcohol and other drug services (EDAs) and to organize training sessions through a Staff Development Program (PDP).
Transfers of funds to internal and external health care providers and other agencies are made available when needed. . You can help us provide AOD services to help reduce the harmful effects of alcohol and other abuse/abuse on others and family safety, community well-being, and a contribution to health outcomes for individual clients. Aboriginal s and Torres Strait Islander Advocacy Alcohol – Other Drugs Children – Families Corrections Culturally and Linguisticly Diverse Domestic and Family Violence Employment and Training Family and Parenting Support Health Housing and Homelessness Men Mental Health Prevention Suicide Women Youth Transport.