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  • 30 May

    The City of Perth, Western Australia, recognises the important role community programs play in building strong and resilient communities. They provide an opportunity to address key issues at a local level and make the City a better place to live, work and visit.

    The Community Enhancement Grants program offers up to $10,000 to facilitate a range of programs, create new partnerships and collaborations and deliver practical sustainable outcomes.

    The grants program will support organisations to be successful in engaging the City’s community, through the development of networks and relationships.

    Applications opened Monday 28 May and close Friday 29 June 2018. Check it out here.

  • 22 May

    Check out the two new AOD rehabilitation service organisation added to WA State: Goldfields Rehabiliation Services Inc.: https://bit.ly/2IDyVlm and Hope Springs Community Farm: https://bit.ly/2IExaQU

  • 28 June 2017

    Lots of things happening in WA State - check out the latest news for WA State here.

  • 10 May 2017

    Hi WA State mob members,

    Access Federal budget information relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander in one place

    To assist you in finding Budget information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, the HealthInfoNet has made the task easier for you. You can find all of the information and links to full resources on the HealthBulletin  http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/budget-2017-18-information-of-relevance-to-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-health/ Links to media releases will continue to be added during the rest of the week as they become available so please check back for additions.

    Kind regards,

    Trish Amaranti

    WA State Coordinator

  • 25 January 2017

    Expression Of Interest: WA Primary Health Alliance Opportunies.

    WA Primary Health Alliance, PHN Perth North and PHN Perth South are now seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the provision of (EOI 10326) Intergrated system of care to support Aboriginal people with problematic alcohol and drug use and mental illness (various metropolitan regions). To register for this EOI click here. Submissions close at 5pm on Wednesday 15 February 2017. For all queries please contact Senior Contracts Officer, Coralie Flatters on (08) 6272 4926 or email coralie.flatters@wapha.org.au.

  • 19 October 2016

    The Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS) are conducting a survey of service providers across regional WA regarding type 2 diabetes in people aged 0-39 years old.

    For further information, please see our news item: http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/about/news/4717

  • 28 September 2016

    The WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program (WACCPP) has announced that the 2016 statewide Cervical Cancer Prevention Campaign will take place in November to coincide with National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week (7 – 13 November 2016).

    The WACCPP is calling upon all stakeholders to get involved by registering an activity, which could include an information display, a presentation about cervical cancer prevention, a Pap smear clinic or posting Campaign messages on the social media sites of your organisation. In return for participating, stakeholders can access resources and Campaign items free of charge. Available items can be viewed on the Campaign webpage

    For more information about the Campaign, or to register an activity, visit the Campaign webpage to complete the registration form. Alternatively contact the WACCPP at cervicalscreening@health.wa.gov.au

  • 12 September 2016

    Invitation to participate in Food Pricing Policy Study for remote community stores. This invitation is open to anyone who has experience in food pricing in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community stores in WA. Find out more here: http://www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au/about/news/4590

  • 7 September 2016

    If your school wants to find out more about the 2017 Get Real Experience and Try (GREaT) Nursing and Midwifery Work Experience Program for year 10 students, please contact Natalie Male, Nurse Educator and GREaT Program Coordinator with NurseWest: GREaT@health.wa.gov.au or phone (08) 6444 5928. 

    Natalie can come to your school during term 4 2016 or term 1 2017 to talk to students (year 9 in 2016 or year 10 in 2017). There are only limited opportunities available and preference will be given to those schools who have been new to the program for 2016.

  • 5 September 2016

    On Sunday18 September 2016 Make Smoking History will air the state-wide campaign ‘Last Dance’.  The television commercial was launched in 2013 throughout Victoria and was developed and produced by Quit Victoria.  It first went to air in Western Australia earlier in 2016 across May and June.


    The ‘Last Dance’ campaign will run in metropolitan and regional areas until Saturday 29 October 2016, including 30 second TV advertisements, complemented by online and social media advertising. A portion of the Facebook advertising will also be targeted towards prompting Aboriginal people to quit smoking. This will be achieved through the targeted placement of the advertisements to reach this audience. The ‘Last Dance’ television advertisements will run on Aboriginal media channels. Smokers will be encouraged to visit the Make Smoking History website.

    For more information about the Make Smoking History campaign please contact Sarah Beasley at Cancer Council WA on (08) 9388 4370 or email sbeasley@cancerwa.asn.au.