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Sunbury Community Health

Sunbury Community Health is a not-for-profit community health organisation, providing a range of services that respond to the needs of Sunbury and its surrounding communities. We care about the health of our community, as an entire population. We are concerned not just about ill-health and treatment of disease, but about the factors that actually predict whether someone is healthy, like strong families, social cohesion and mental health, as well as the prevalence of risks such as obesity, tobacco, alcohol and drug use, family violence, problem gambling, and vulnerabilities that come from low incomes or ageing. We believe that it’s in making improvements to these factors that we make the biggest difference to health and wellbeing overall. While we are available to the entire community of Sunbury and its surrounds, we prioritise our services to those whose health and wellbeing is vulnerable or at risk. We invest our efforts where evidence exists that needs exist, and where we have evidence of approaches that work.
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Sunbury Community Health shared Ngawan Aboriginal Group's event.Monday, September 26th, 2016 at 1:18pm
Don't forget the annual Happy Healthy Deadly event is on tomorrow at Sunbury Neighbourhood House, 11 am to 2 pm.

Plenty of stall holders and activities (and lots for the kids too!), a light lunch will be provided.

Be one of the first 30 people in attendance to go in the draw to win an awesome door prize, a Nutri Ninja Bullet, donated by our wonderful partner The Good Guys Sunbury #doinggood

Also, visit our Diabetes Education stall to go into the draw to win a fresh fruit and veggie box. See you there!
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Sunbury Community HealthSunday, September 25th, 2016 at 3:46pm
We'd like to welcome Tina, our new Gamblers Help Counsellor. Tina will be working from Sunbury Community Health on Fridays.

"I've been working in the counselling for 9 years, mainly specialising in drug and alcohol. I've worked with youth and adults, across mental health, outreach, and now 2 days a week in Gamblers Help. I will be based in Melton on Tuesdays and Sunbury on Fridays.

Gambler’s Help offers confidential and free counselling for those experiencing problems with gambling. Counselling, advice and support is also available to others affected, as we know that gambling can affect family and friends too. I can work with people from 16 years of age and up. We can also help link people to a financial counsellor."

To make a referral to Gambler’s Help, please call 1300 133 445 or email Currently there is no waiting list. Please share with your networks.
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Sunbury Community HealthTuesday, September 20th, 2016 at 2:18pm
Congratulations to the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School community for swapping their major chocolate fundraiser to a healthy and active one! We're a proud partner. Farewell to Principal Paul Hogan, we wish you all the best.
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Sunbury Community HealthMonday, September 19th, 2016 at 7:31pm
NEW free Sunbury Depression and Anxiety Support Group commencing fortnightly from Monday, 10 October, 7–8 pm at cohealth Suite 5, 33 Macedon Street.
"A support group is a group of people who meet regularly to discuss experiences and strategies for coping in a safe and confidential environment"
A Partnership with Sunbury Community Health and the Sunbury Community Mental Health Team at cohealth
For further details or questions contact cohealth 9971 6200
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Sunbury Community HealthThursday, September 15th, 2016 at 7:24pm
Register today for Step to it Sunbury 2016 | In memory of Rachel Tyquin

The challenge will run 1–31 October 2016. Prizes to be won!

Teams need to register no later than this coming Friday 23 September 2016. Registration is $5 per person and all proceeds will be donated to Crohn’s & Colitis Australia (can be paid up to 31 Oct 2016)

Email or for the registration form or to find out more
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We acknowledge the Elders, families and forebears of the Wurundjeri tribe of the Kulin Nation who are the custodians of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that this land is the place of age old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal and that the Kulin Nation people's living culture has a unique role in the life of this region.