Yadu Aboriginal Health Service

Yadu Aboriginal Health Service (formerly Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation) currently runs programs out of 4 sites, these being: Administration/ Clinic (based in Ceduna), Seaview Village, Sobering Up Unit, and Koonibba Outreach Clinic (based at Koonibba Aboriginal Community). 

The Core business of Yadu is to provide a Primary Health service to the Aboriginal Community of Ceduna, Koonibba and the surrounding district, through the provision of a Doctor, Nurse and supporting Aboriginal Health Workers whose principal activity is promoting the prevention or control of diseases, through providing a range of high quality services designed to improve the wellness and health of Aboriginal people.

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement

The Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement provides comprehensive legal advice and assistance through its staff lawyers and, where appropriate, private lawyers, to people of Aboriginal descent and their spouses. To make enquires about this service please contact Nunyara. For more information see

Department of Child Protection

Formerly known as Families SA, the Department provides emergency financial assistance and financial counselling; supports families and protects children from abuse and harm; runs programs for troubled teenagers; and helps people in crisis. Free call 1800 245 242 or visit

AHCSA – Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

The Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia Inc is the peak body representing Aboriginal community controlled health and substance misuse services in South Australia and at a state and national level. The primary role of AHCSA is to be the health voice for all Aboriginal people in South Australia. AHCSA works with communities to ensure that governments and government departments clearly hear community needs, and act as an advocate over the provision of mainstream health services to ensure these are delivered in ways that are appropriate and accessible to Aboriginal people.
Telephone (08) 8132 6700

AHAC – Aboriginal Health Advisory Committee

The role of the Aboriginal Health Advisory Committee is to understand the health and well being needs of the Aboriginal communities within the Northern areas of South Australia, Country Health SA and to work closely with relevant service providers in identifying the highest health priorities and developing strategies for delivery in a culturally appropriate manner.

NACCHO – National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

NACCHO is Australia’s national peak body in Aboriginal health. It represents over 130 Aboriginal community controlled health services around Australia. The development of these services represent the most significant advance in Aboriginal health policy development over this last century.
Telephone (02) 6248 0644

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