Nelly’s Healing Centre is an innovation in care, rebuilding the lives of Indigenous women who have lost their children due to removal.
Nelly’s will open in Camperdown during NAIDOC week 2019 (7-14 July), starting with a pilot service delivery model to meet the healing needs of Aboriginal women and their families. It offers a holistic, intensive support service embedded in culture.
It is a place where women find the strength to overcome intergenerational struggles and start healing, so their children and grandchildren can live free from trauma and disadvantage.
Long-term, the aim is to build a larger centre sharing and scaling an innovative service model nationally. This is an important new support program for Indigenous women and children impacted by the justice system.