Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Services

How we can help you

We have a range of free services that help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people to stay healthy. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island person you can access all of our general services plus the services below.

Aboriginal Health workers

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can get help from our Aboriginal Health Workers for any health problems.

Our Aboriginal Health Workers can help you understand ways to manage your health problems. They can organise and take you to your appointments. They can also speak with your doctors and go to appointments with you to offer support.

You can see an Aboriginal Health Worker at the Community Health Centre at La Perouse or they can visit you in your own home.

La Perouse Health Centre

The La Perouse Community Health Centre is a community health centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Doctors from Prince of Wales hospital run many health clinics at the centre for people of all ages living in the community. These include:

Oral health Services

Midwife Service

Early Childhood Services

Children’s Services

Mental Health Services

Drug and Alcohol Services

The centre also provides help and education about how you can look after your health.

The centre at La Perouse is open from Monday to Friday. Our Aboriginal Health Workers can help you to make an appointment or you can contact the centre directly on 8347 4800.