GLCH is one of several members of the Djillay Ngalu consortium of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) in East Gippsland, through its partnership with the Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association.

Djillay Ngalu funding is distributed amongst its members for treating and preventing chronic disease conditions and for promoting healthy lifestyles through improved nutrition and increased physical activity. Our programs include:

Healthy for Life

Assists ACCHOs in East Gippsland to:

  • Improve the quality of child and maternal health services
  • Improve the quality of chronic disease care
  • Reduce the incidence of adult chronic disease
  • Further develop the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce

Sport & physical activity

Includes:

  • Physical activity programs for people with chronic disease
  • Promoting participation in sport and recreation for all age groups
  • Training for local community people to manage sport and recreation activities

For more information visit: http://www.djillayngalu.org.au/index.php/about-us

For more information contact:

Djillay Ngalu on 5155 8392

 

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday

9.00am to 5pm

Service available from:

Djillay Ngalu is located at GLCH’s Jemmeson Street site in Lakes Entrance