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The Boomerang caring program is run by a local Bundjalung Goorie man through the Casino Aboriginal Medical Service. The program aims to provide a safe, confidential, and supportive healing place for all Aboriginal people affected by alcohol and other drugs, in the communities surrounding Casino in NSW.
The program offers: education and awareness programs in schools and communities; one to one case management counselling with clients (yarn up); arrangements for intake and referral; and crisis intervention.
Abstract adapted from Bulgarr Ngaru Medical Aboriginal Corporation
Anthony 'Hank' Hickling
Casino Aboriginal Medical Service
43 Johnston Street
Casino NSW 2470
Ph: (02) 6662 3514
Fax: (02) 6662 4849