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Aug

08

Don’t Miss the BreastScreen Bus

The BreastScreen NSW mobile unit will be visiting Evans Head, Coraki and Kyogle later this month. Women aged 50 - 74 years are actively encouraged to attend for screening every two years.

Aug

06

The Buttery’s b.well Program: Client Success Story

The Buttery’s b.well program provides support for people with mental health issues who are concerned about the impact of their use of drugs and alcohol on their well-being.

Aug

01

Book Your Spot at the 2018 Needs Assessment Survey Results Presentation

Four public presentations of NCPHN's 2018 Local Health Needs Assessment Community Survey will be held in September 2018.

Jul

31

Should You Opt-Out or Not? Make an Informed Decision About Your My Health Record

The collection, storage and electronic transmission of our personal data is a regular part of modern life. We want to know that our personal health information is safe and protected.

Jul

31

Are You at Risk of Breast Cancer?

If you’ve got breasts, the answer is yes!

Jul

31

CareSearch’s 10th Anniversary Emphasises the Importance of Evidence-Informed Palliative Care

CareSearch is celebrating its 10th anniversary in August 2018 to highlight the importance of evidence-informed palliative care.

Jul

30

Can You Offer Safe Temporary Accommodation to a Young Person?

Connecting You is seeking family carers in Lismore, Grafton and Tweed.

Jul

30

Red Dust Healing and Aboriginal Chronic Disease Conference

The Red Dust Healing Workshop and the Aboriginal Chronic Disease Conference were held in Coffs Harbour during late May.

Jul

30

Activities Weekend for People with Disabilities

For the past twenty years, Ability Advocacy has held an annual "get together" on the North Coast for people with disability.

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flags We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we live and work, the Bundjalung, Arakwal, Yaegl, Gumbaynggirr, Githabul, Dunghutti and Birpai Nations, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.