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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Walk tall

 

Overview

The Walk tall program aims to support individuals in overcoming issues (including alcohol and other drug use, violence, and hopelessness) through education and support. The program, run by the Palmerston Association in Western Australia, provides participants with strategies to deal with these issues in positive, healthy and mature ways. The program improves clients' access to health services and aims to provide men with a safe environment to share experiences.

Walk tall provides culturally appropriate support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Katanning. This support includes:

Abstract adapted from the Palmerston Association

Contacts

Palmerston Association
Katanning office
4 Cliff Street
Katanning WA 6317
PO Box 5498
Albany WA 6332
Ph: (08) 9842 8008
Mobile: 0428 988 011
Email: albany@palmerston.org.au

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Last updated: 28 March 2014
 
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