Who are we?
Waminda is women-led Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation for women and their Aboriginal families living on the South Coast of NSW. Waminda provides culturally safe and holistic services through quality health and wellbeing initiatives and strengths-based care. Waminda addresses the social determinants of health while providing a centre of excellence for women’s health and is a leader in linking culture with education, health and well-being. Waminda has a multidisciplinary team of Aboriginal Health practitioners, Nurses, Mid Wives, Case workers, Advocates, Counsellors and support staff to ensure our communities receive the wrap around, culturally safe services and programs they need to lead self determined lives and futures.
What are we doing?

Ulladulla Domestic and Family Violence Intervention

The program aims to empower both Aboriginal women and their families and women from CALD backgrounds and their families to access timely, effective, accessible and culturally safe support and related services. We actively engage with children, families and communities experiencing vulnerabilities, working with them to provide the services they need, which may involve coordinating service provision across the sector.

What are the impact areas we aim to work within?
Impact Area
Justice & safety
Domestic & family violence
First Nations populations
Other Areas
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