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The Blue Mountains Aboriginal healthy for life program grew from a recommendation of the Blue Mountains Aboriginal sharing and learning circle in 2008 and is overseen by a consortium of Aboriginal-controlled organisations, local government and local health bodies.
The program provides a place for Aboriginal people to get advice about their health matters. It also aims to support mothers with babies or young children, and people with chronic or complex diseases that are common in Indigenous communities such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease.
The program is staffed by a chronic and complex care nurse, a child and family health nurse, male and female Aboriginal outreach workers and a program manager.
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Aboriginal healthy for life program administration office
9 Rosedale Avenue
Hazelbrook NSW 2779
Ph: (02) 4725 3166