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More support services for first Australians

Hon. Marise Payne, Senator for New South Wales |  30 October 2017

The coalition government is to put nearly $330,000 into providing more social services for indigenous Australians in Blacktown, New South Wales. The funds will enable Marist180 to provide wrap around support for 30 families per year. The program helps young people at risk of dropping out of school by engaging families using culturally grounded techniques like yarning circles alongside case management

 

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