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Make the right call to get the right health care these holidays!

Make the right call to get the right health care these holidays!

With the holiday season fast approaching, COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW PHN will continue its campaign to raise awareness of the after hours medical options available within the region. Dianne Kitcher, CEO of COORDINARE said the campaign is aimed at local residents as well as tourists to the region.

Find support for yourself and others during the holidays

Find support for yourself and others during the holidays

In the lead-up to Christmas, the Illawarra Shoalhaven Suicide Prevention Collaborative (the Collaborative) wants to spread the word that there are plenty of support services available during the holidays. "Christmas can be a difficult time for some people,” said Dr Alex Hains, Regional Manager of the Collaborative.

Beat the heat this summer

Beat the heat this summer

Heat waves or long periods of extreme heat can have serious impacts on people's health. It’s important to plan ahead and be prepared this summer. Ahead of the heat wave this week, NSW Health has developed some helpful tips for taking care of yourself and others.

'Make the right call' after hours campaign

'Make the right call' after hours campaign

COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW PHN has developed a communications campaign to help raise awareness among local residents and tourists/holiday makers of the after hours medical options available within the region.

Why it's important to start a conversation with loved ones this holiday season

Why it's important to start a conversation with loved ones this holiday season

In the lead-up to the holiday season, Australian mental health and suicide prevention organisations are encouraging everyone to play an active role in suicide prevention through the #YouCanTalk campaign. The holiday period can be a difficult time for many people, and feelings of loneliness and isolation are common.

Pitch Night success story: SCARF's 'Lunchbox for Learning' program

Pitch Night success story: SCARF's 'Lunchbox for Learning' program

Did you know that back in June 2019, SCARF Refugee Support was one of three local community organisations awarded a grant from COORDINARE at our inaugural Pitch Night?

Since then, SCARF's 'Lunchbox for Learning' program has been a big success!

Lunchbox for Learning is designed for people from refugee backgrounds with young children....

Celebrating the International Day of People with Disability

Celebrating the International Day of People with Disability

International Day of People with Disability was held on 3 December 2019. The day aims to promote the rights, health and wellbeing of people living with disabilities. By working together, we can help to build better health outcomes for those living with disabilities across South Eastern NSW.

Development of the NSW LGBTI Health Strategy

Development of the NSW LGBTI Health Strategy

Urbis, an independent research company, has been engaged by NSW Health to develop the first NSW LGBTI Health Strategy.

Perinatal Awareness Week 2019

Perinatal Awareness Week 2019

During Perinatal Awareness Week (11-17 November), learn about the risk factors for depression and anxiety in new and expectant parents, and how to manage these issues. The term ‘perinatal’ refers to the period during pregnancy and the first year of a child’s life.

PA2health: residents in drought-affected areas to receive FREE 4-week wellbeing challenges

PA2health: residents in drought-affected areas to receive FREE 4-week wellbeing challenges

COORDINARE has provided grant funding to run PA2health, a 4-week digital mental and physical wellbeing health challenge for residents in drought-affected areas in South Eastern NSW. The challenge is delivered through Facebook Messenger and incorporates psychology, mindfulness, stress and sleep management, exercise routines, and recipes with shopping lists.