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The NSW Health Aboriginal Family Health Strategy: Responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities (2011-2016)

Summary

The NSW Health Aboriginal Family Health Strategy  provides a framework for responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities within a culturally competent, family based context with a focus on healing. The Strategy will contribute to the provision of an integrated response based on collaboration between services.  The Strategy  describes a model of care and  presents  positive action based solutions which aim to:

  • Reduce the incidence and impact of family violence in Aboriginal communities.
  • Build the capacity and strength of individuals and communities to prevent, respond to and recover from family violence.
  • Nurture the spirit, resilience and cultural identity that builds Aboriginal families.

File link: The NSW Health Aboriginal Family Health Strategy: Responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities (2011-2016)
File size: 1005Kb
Type: Strategy
Date of Publication: 30 April 2011
Author Branch: Centre for Aboriginal Health
SHPN: 070177
ISBN: 9781741871944

The NSW Health Aboriginal Family Health Strategy: Responding to family violence in Aboriginal communities (2011-2016)

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