Bidgerdii Community Health Service is holding a NAIDOC Elders Morning Tea.
When: Thursday 30th June 2016, 9am-11am
Where: Rockhampton Children and Family Centre
Corner Charles and Bawden Street, Berserker, North Rockhampton.
Join us for a Yarn, a Cuppa and Healthy Treat, Meet the Mr and Miss NAIDOC Entrants and receive all the latest Up to Date NAIDOC Celebrations Information
Bidgerdii Community Health Service is hosting a the World Biggest Morning Tea on Friday 10th June 2016.
Between 10am – 12 noon. At our Rockhampton Clinic, 162 Bolsover Street and our Mount Morgan Clinic, 83 Morgan Street.
Please feel free to come along and have a yarn, bring a plate and help raise some money for Cancer. Hope to see you all there!
Please also see below the link for our fundraising page, we are hoping to reach a goal of $500.00 for the Biggest Morning Tea.
Fundraising link – Click Here
Event Details – Click Here
The CQ Inaugural Indigenous Youth Touch Rugby League Carnival has been organised by CQ Health – CQ Youth Connect, Bidgerdii Community Health Service and Touch Rugby League (TRL) Rockhampton, has been temporarily postponed.
The carnival aims to promote the engagement of Indigenous Youth to participate in sport, showcasing their skills and engaging in health education and check-ups.
The highlights for the day will include:
- Touch rugby league carnival
- Exhibition game between Indigenous Rockhampton vs Rockhampton in TRL
- Health stalls and workshops
- Services that support Indigenous youth
- Rugby League/Touch football clinics
- Food and drink
If you would like further information please contact the event organisers:
Jade Smith (Indigenous Youth Engagement Officer, CQ Youth Connect)
Phone: 4932 5435
Mobile: 0457 687 358
Dallas Williams (Touch Rugby League)
Please see the flyer for more information. CQ Indigenous Youth Rugby League Carnival
Have you had your 715 Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander Health Check in the last Year?
Bidgerdii’s Lumai Yumba Screening van is coming to your area soon!
The mobile service has a Doctor, Nurse, Health Worker and Community Development Officer in the Lumai Yumba Outreach Services Team. This allows the Health Checks to be completed on site and in a short space of time – no waiting around!
Bring the family down and have a free Health Check to qualify for your free Deadly Choices Shirt. Make sure you bring your Medicare and Concession Cards on the day.
Dates and flyers are below
Capricorn Coast ( flyer – HERE )
18-19th January 2016
Bell Park, Emu Park 9am-4pm
20, 21, 22 January 2016
Yeppoon, Normanby Street 9am-4pm
Mount Morgan ( flyer – HERE )
25th January 2016 9am-4pm
Number 7 Dam (The Big Dam) Mt Morgan
from the Human Services website
Tuesday 24 November 2015
From 1 January 2016, immunisation requirements for family payments, including Child Care Benefit, Child Care Rebate and Family Tax Benefit Part A supplement, are changing.
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