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Blue Mountains Aboriginal healthy for life program



The Blue Mountains Aboriginal healthy for life program is an Australian Government program that is aimed at helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people improve their health.

The Aboriginal healthy for life program aims to:

The Blue Mountains Aboriginal healthy for life team is made up of two registered nurses, a male and female Aboriginal outreach worker, a Aboriginal child and family worker, a Healthy for life practice/project support officer and a program manager. The team assists by:

The program has an emphasis on:
  • men's and boy's health
  • mums, bubs and kids health and wellbeing
  • chronic, complex and aged care.

Abstract adapted from Nepean-Blue Mountains Medicare Local


Nepean-Blue Mountains Medicare Local
Healthy for Life Team
Suite 1, Level 1
Werrington Park Corporate Centre
Western Sydney University
PO Box 903
Penrith NSW 2751
Ph: (02) 4708 8300
Fax: (02) 4721 1176


Last updated: 24 September 2015
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