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Red Dust Role Models



Red Dust Role Models is a non-profit health promotion charity and deductible gift recipient that seeks to improve the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged young people in remote communities around Australia.

Each year, Red Dust Role Models conduct around 10 tours to remote communities to deliver programs that aim to raise awareness of the link between lifestyle choices and chronic disease. They focus on nutrition, hygiene, substance use and physical activity. Red Dust utilises positive role models from the fields of sport, music, art, health and business to deliver programs which encourage healthy lifestyle decisions and promotes education as a path to personal development, employment and readiness for community leadership. Red Dust delivers health promotion programs that are based on six key outcomes:

Red Dust is committed to decreasing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in terms of health, education and opportunities to fulfill human potential. Red Dust Role Models has over 20 years experience working in remote Indigenous communities.

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Red Dust Role Models
Northern Territory
17/311 Stuart Highway
Alice Springs NT 0870

Head office
Level 1, 397 Chapel Street
South Yarra Vic 3141
PO Box 178
Prahran Vic 3181
Ph: (03) 9826 2500


Last updated: 26 February 2015
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