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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Meminar Ngangg Gimba

 

Description

Meminar Ngangg Gimba (meaning 'women who dwell here') provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children who are dealing with or escaping family violence in the Mildura region of Victoria. The organisation is an initiative of the Department of Human Services in Victoria and is based on the collective work of statewide regional action groups and the development of the Indigenous family violence 10-year plan: Strong culture, strong peoples, strong families.

Meminar Ngangg Gimba provides a modern, safe, and secure environment for women and children referred to the service. It provides holistic services to the whole family when dealing with family violence issues.

Abstract adapted from Haven

Contacts

Haven
Mildura office
PO Box 2527
Mildura Vic 3502
Ph: (03) 5018 4200
Fax: (03) 5023 5862
Email: mildura@haven.org.au

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Last updated: 28 September 2012
 
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