Newsletter January to June 2024


We are excited to announce a significant partnership with the Salvation Army, marking the establishment of a new Alcohol and Other Drug Hub. This collaboration is a testament to our shared commitment to supporting our community members in their journey towards wellness. With the addition of another Alcohol and other drug outreach worker, we can expand our reach and provide even greater support to those in need.

Our Breastfeeding Research Program has initiated a weekly support group. This group supports women supporting each other and empowers mothers navigating the beautiful and sometimes challenging path of breastfeeding. We stand firm in our commitment to nurturing the health and well-being of our mothers and children.

The team is busy planning our NAIDOC Event on Tuesday, 9th July, at Kyeamba Smith Hall. This celebration of Aboriginal culture and heritage is a testament to the strength and resilience of our community. We extend a warm invitation to all members of our community to join us in commemorating this important occasion.

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We respectfully acknowledge that the lands and waterways on which the Riverina Medical and Dental Aboriginal Corporation operates, and the communities we serve are the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri people. We pay our respects to our elders past and present and we will continue to fulfill our cultural obligations as a First Nations organisation operating on Wiradjuri country.

Always Was. Always Will Be.