Women's Health Goulburn North East
Women's Health Goulburn North East

57 Rowan Street, Wangaratta, 3677
Tel 03 5722 3009 | Fax 03 5722 3020
Email whealth@whealth.com.au

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No Shame

Essential First StepsFacilitators Support Guide
‘NO SHAME’ This Way forward, Culturally Sensitive Family violence Primary Prevention

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Essential First StepsLiterature Review

Success factors in delivering family violence programs, services and primary prevention strategies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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Closing the Health Gap

Essential First StepsCTHG Cookbook
Young Woman's Health Projects.
Tips and recipes for healthy eating.

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Essential First StepsCTHG Infographic

How would you describe your knowledge and experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander hisotry, society and community?

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Keep Your Boat Afloat

Essential First StepsEssential First Steps
A booklet to re-establish financial security after leaving domestic violence.

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Postcards and PostersPostcards and Posters
Resources alerting young women of the signs of Domestic Violence/Financial Abuse

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10 Tips to thriving after domestic violence10 Tips to thriving after Domestic Violence
An on-line resource to support women to re-establish their finances and their lives.


Trauma and young children – a caring approach

Trauma and Young ChildrenProfessional Development Suite
An integrated suite of professional development activities for early childhood educators to support young children impacted by trauma.

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Making Two Worlds WorkMaking Two Worlds Work
Building the capacity of the health and community sector to work effectively and respectfully with our Aboriginal community.

A practical resource kit developed to support the Making Two Worlds Work partnership project between Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation and Women's Health Goulburn North East. Supported by Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership & Wodonga Regional Health Service.

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Our Vote Counts: Stories of Aboriginal Women's Voting Experience

Our Vote CountsThis DVD was produced by Women’s Health Goulburn North East for the One Hundred Years of Women’s Suffrage Celebrations.

Six women were interviewed on film by younger Aboriginal women who learnt, that for some Aboriginal people, getting the vote, (some sixty years later than Victorian women), did not seem relevant to their lives.

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It's Real
A short film about young Australians navigating identity, technology and relationships in a changing world. Created for the REAL Life program.

It's RealIts Real features three intertwining stories. Nikki and Tessa have an unbalanced friendship; Ryan and Nikki are breading up; and Laura and Jono are going out together, but he is threatened by her other relationships. When Laura sends Jono photos of her friends getting ready for a party, she can’t imagine the trouble that results.

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Partner Rape DVD

This is an educational film for health and legal professionals, for women affected by partner rape, for men's groups and for the community.

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Real Life:
Relationship Education & Awareness for Life Manual.

Real LifeA schools program aimed at preventing relationship violence and supporting young people to experience positive rewarding relationships.

The program has been designed to be delivered to year 8 students and to be incorporated into existing year 8 curriculum. 56p, 2003, $15.00.

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Resources for working with young mums
You are first line support!
For any workers who have contact with families with babies. What you say and do makes a very real difference to the lives of women who are mothering a baby. This brochure invites you to reflect on the impact that your want to have and encourages you to strive to achieve it. It will take five minutes to read this brochure. It's worth every second.

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Create space for mums to talk
Many women talk about not having space and encouragement to talk about their real emotions and experiences. The activities described here can be used to generate discussion in groups or individually. They don't need to be run by specialist.

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It Takes Two to Tango: My story about having a baby is an exciting resource about one woman’s journey through pregnancy and childbirth. The purpose is to help women understand what is happening to their body and their emotions during pregnancy and it offers an avenue for discussion and action plans for workers supporting or caring for other women with intellectual or learning disabilities.

The book fills a gap in available resources for this very disadvantaged group and is unique in its very positive and uplifting presentation as a scrapbook of memories.

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It Takes Two to Tango

women gathering resources kit coverWomen Gathering Tool Kit
for groups and group leaders

A resource for organisers and facilitators of Women gathering programs and events

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sdPandora's Box Resource Guide
The resource contains information on a variety of services situated in the Hume region who specialise in dealing with family violence and disability.

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