Links

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)
The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) is the peak body representing Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services throughout Australia.
http://www.naccho.org.au/

Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia Inc. (AHCSA)
The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia Inc. (AHCSA) is the peak body representing Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) and Substance Misuse Services in South Australia at a state and national level. http://www.ahcsa.org.au/

Aged & Community Services SA & NT
Aged & Community Services SA & NT Inc (ACS SA&NT) is the peak industry body representing over 95% of the not-for-profit aged & community sector in South Australia and an increasing number of members within the Northern Territory. www.agedcommunity.asn.au

Department of Health
The Department of Health are always working to find better ways to reach the goals of healthy and fit South Australians, who can count on a well-managed system providing them with good health education, prevention and care. http://www.health.sa.gov.au/

Department of State Aboriginal Affairs
The South Australian Department for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation (DAARE) is a State Government instrument that supports the portfolio responsibility of the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, the Honourable Terry Roberts, MLC.
www.dosaa.sa.gov.au/site-index.html

Disability Information Resource Centre, South Australia (DIRCSA)
DIRC provides an information, referral and advice service to the people of South Australia from a Centre where the needs of people with a disability have priority and where they are valued.
www.dircsa.org.au/home.html

Medicare Australia
Medicare Australia provides information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders about the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
http://www.medicareaustralia.gov.au/

Office for Problem Gambling
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) SA, has joined with the Office for Problem Gambling to develop the GP Gambling Awareness Campaign to encourage medical practitioners to screen for gambling as part of their systematic lifestyle risk assessment when taking a medical history and during mental health care planning.
To view the information that GPs are being given, visit  www.problemgambling.sa.gov.au/gps

However, for  24/7, free and confidential self-help and counselling via email or chat, visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au