We now need to engage with the appropriate Government authorities by way of a petition to gain the funding to go ahead with the building.
SWAMS Youth Group runs every Monday (during school terms) from 3.30pm – 5.30pm at the Bunbury PCYC
A newly renovated space at the Bunbury PCYC has been launched thanks to a joint venture between the South West Aboriginal Medical Service, Breakaway Aboriginal Corporation,…
SWAMS NAIDOC Family Fun Day brings South West community together The Bunbury and South West community have again embraced NAIDOC Week this year through a series…
SWAMS runs three playgroups throughout the school term.
The preservation of the Aboriginal culture and its link to health within the community and as individuals is a topic that is perhaps known, but not well understood by the general public.
According to Injury Matters and the Department of Health, falls are one of the leading causes of hospitalisations for older Aboriginal people.
Did you know that according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Aboriginal people are almost four times more likely to develop diabetes or pre-diabetes?
South West Aboriginal Medical Services (SWAMS) and Crimestoppers have joined forces to deliver an Aboriginal Youth Festival to Bunbury.