The Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association (LEAHA) has been developed in partnership with the Aboriginal community of Lakes Entrance to improve access to healthcare.

LEAHA provides access to medical services, health promotion, welfare support, and local and youth justice services.

Services that they may be able to assist you with include:

  • Aboriginal health workers
  • Aboriginal housing
  • Alcohol and drug services
  • Allied health services
  • Clinics – chronic disease, antenatal and post natal, smoking cessation
  • Counselling services
  • Crisis support
  • Emergency assistance support
  • GP and specialist services
  • Health checks
  • Koori Kinder Gym
  • Koori Swim Bubs
  • Koori Youth Gym
  • Medical transport
  • Nursing – chronic disease, home based nursing, diabetes nurse
  • Optometrist visits
  • Physically Active Koori Kids
  • Programs – Closing the Gap Health, LEAHA Elders Community Connection, Koori Youth Justice, Local Justice Worker, Care Coordination Supplementary Services
  • Young Mum’s Group

For more information go to:

Phone: (03) 5155 8465

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday

9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Gippsland Tobacco Action & Healthy Lifestyle Program

Quitskills training resources:

Service available from:

LEAHA is located at GLCHs Jemmeson Street site in Lakes Entrance

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