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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.

Health care is everybody’s business – join the Consumer Health Panel and have your say!

Health care is everybody’s business – join the Consumer Health Panel and have your say!

COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) is encouraging people in South Eastern NSW to register for the Consumer Health Panel and have their say on a range of health care issues or services that impact upon them, their family or friends.

Illawarra Mercury receives national media award for 'Care to QPR' campaign

Illawarra Mercury receives national media award for 'Care to QPR' campaign

The Illawarra Mercury has been recognised with a national media award at the 16th Annual LiFE Awards 2019. The award honours excellence in suicide prevention.

Come along to the Collaborative's R U OK? Day event!

Come along to the Collaborative's R U OK? Day event!

The Illawarra Shoalhaven Suicide Prevention Collaborative invites you to join them for a community celebration on R U OK? Day, Thursday 12 September, 2019.  

The event is a great opportunity to learn what's been achieved in suicide prevention across the region, and what lies ahead for the future.

150,000 reasons to be cured of hep C

150,000 reasons to be cured of hep C

Over 71,000 people in Australia have been cured of hepatitis C since new, highly effective medications became widely accessible in 2016. This is a great achievement. However, it is estimated at least 150,000 people nation-wide are yet to seek treatment and cure.

Supporting Aboriginal young people in making a difference

Supporting Aboriginal young people in making a difference

Justine, a 25-year-old Ngunnawal woman from headspace Queanbeyan, has been awarded Trainee of the Year at the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional NAIDOC Awards. After joining Marathon Health in 2018, Justine became a trainee and all-rounder at headspace Queanbeyan, while also completing her Certificate III in Community Services.

Gender affirming care for trans and gender diverse people

Gender affirming care for trans and gender diverse people

Illawarra Sexual Health Service invites trans and gender diverse people who live in the area to attend their service for gender affirming care. GPs can refer patients via Illawarra Sexual Health Service via phone: (02) 42 238 457 or fax: (02) 42 238 613.

New AOD videos in multiple languages

New AOD videos in multiple languages

A new series of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) videos have been developed in a variety of languages.  

The 'Where can I get help when alcohol or drugs are a problem?' videos are available on Your Room website in Arabic, Burmese, English, Farsi, Karenni, Kirundi, Mandarin and Swahili.

Healthy lifestyle program for kids

Healthy lifestyle program for kids

Go4Fun is a free 10-week evidence-based healthy lifestyle program delivered to families of 7-13 year old children who are above a healthy weight. Designed and delivered by qualified health professionals, Go4Fun achieves positive outcomes in physical activity, diet quality and self-esteem for children who participate.