Women living in Newman are invited to come along, have a yarn, participate in some fun activities, learn new skills and meet new people. Morning tea and lunch are provided.
Activities are run throughout the school terms and include workshops on a wide range of topics such as grief and loss, parenting, and also art and craft activities.
When: Thursdays during the school terms.
Time: 10am - 12pm
Where: Newman Baptist Church. 29 Welsh Drive, Newman
This program provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island women living in the Newman area with a space and opportunity to socialise, learn new skills, and gain knowledge.
For more information please call Sammi Ryder on 0438 408 131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you feel like having some space to talk about something on your mind? This is what Moorditj Yarning offers – a place and opportunity where you feel comfortable.
The Noongar language is the official language of the Aboriginal People of the south-west area of Western Australia.
The aim is to promote the positive social and emotional wellbeing and mental health of families and the community, to build resilience and prevent psychological distress and suicide.
Relationships Australia WA acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and waters on which we live and work, and pays our respects to Elders past, present and future for they carry the cultural wisdom, the stories, the traditions and dreaming. With a commitment to reconciliation, we acknowledge the ongoing impact of past policies and practices, and commit our endeavours to creating a just society and sector that celebrates the ongoing resilience and self-determination of our first peoples and communities.