Family Preservation & Restoration
(The Mother Of All Being / The Circle Of Family / That Cycle Of Life & Creation)
Our team offers intensive support to walk alongside families:
- Who are already involved with Department of Community and Justice (DCJ)
- At risk of becoming involved with DCJ
We understand the importance of family, kin, culture, and connections to community and work together with families to strengthen wellbeing and connection.
Our team consists of Female and Male staff in the following roles: Elders, Cultural Mentor, Case Workers, Family Support Workers, Counsellors and Program Managers who work with both the Women and the Men in the family.
PREVENT THE SPREAD
Please self-isolate if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, including a sore throat, coughing or sneezing, or flu-like symptoms. Call our reception to make a telehealth appointment with one of our doctors.
How We Work
Nabu work with families to identifying and building upon family’s skills and offer:
- Case Management
- Home Visits
- Referral Pathways
- Parenting Support
- Advocacy and Support navigating systems like;
Child protection, Education, Health, Housing and Legal Support
How Long Does Nabu Work With Families?
Depending on the family’s needs we can support families for up to eighteen months.
Can I Refer Myself To This Service?
Yes, you can self-refer by calling the Waminda and ask to speak to the Intake Worker.
How Do External Agencies Refer?
External agencies can email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you our referral form or speak with you about the nature of the referral.
Can I Access Other Waminda Programs While Being Involved With Nabu?
Yes, families being supported by Nabu have access to all Waminda Programs and external services.
Unit 3, 138 Junction Street, Nowra 2541
Program operating hours are between
9:00am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday.
For more information, including appointment times and transport availability, please call;
Waminda Reception: (02) 4421 7400
Free Call: 1800 997 330
Prevent The Spread
Please click here to find out more information about COVID-19 and how it has affected Waminda services. Please self-isolate if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, including a sore throat, coughing or sneezing, or flu-like symptoms. Call our reception to make a telehealth appointment with one of our doctors.
Our practice has an appointment booking system for all consultations, we can accommodate walk in consultations with the clinical team, but it is encouraged to make a booked appointment. On arrival you will be triaged by an Aboriginal health worker prior to seeing the Doctor. If you are unable to attend face to face due to symptoms, we have the option of a telehealth appointment.