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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Koori community kitchen

 

Overview

Koori community kitchen is a small cooking program targeting urban Aboriginal people in Victoria.

The program aims to empower the community and promote a healthier well being. The Koori community kitchen acts as a meeting place for members of the Koori community and provides an opportunity to support these community members with their health and well being issues.

The kitchen is open to any Koori community member to meet and have a chat with other community members in a culturally friendly environment. The program runs every Thursday from 10am at Samuel Sherlock Hall in Frankston, and is co-ordinated by Peninsula Health.

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Contacts

Deon Davis
Frankston Community Health Team Leader
Ph: (03) 9784 8367
Mobile: 0458 350 561
Email: ddavis@phcn.vic.gov.au

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Last updated: 23 October 2013
 
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