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Wellness Dreaming promotes the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The Wellness Dreaming project supports staff from across the health, education, employment, housing and employment sectors to use strength-based approaches when working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and community. Wellness Dreaming Messengers can facilitate Dreaming Circles in culturally safe and supported community settings across Melbourne’s north-west.
Wellness Dreaming resources are available for:
- Existing supported groups which are inclusive of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders, parents, men, women, youth or mixed community or working groups/committees across Melbourne’s north-west. There is no cost for participants.
- Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal staff from community controlled and mainstream organisations who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Melbourne’s north-west are welcome to express interest in strength-based training to be a Wellness Dreaming Messenger. Costs per staff member are determined at the time of contact.
What do I need to do?
For more information about the Wellness Dreaming project or to enquire about being involved in or holding Dreaming Circles contact the Wellness Dreaming Team on (03) 9448 6193 or (03) 9448 6198 from Monday to Thursday or email email@example.com.
What are the costs of Wellnesss Dreaming Messenger training?
Organisational staff – determined upon application.
Community volunteers attached to a group – no cost.