Aboriginal health should consider not only the physical health and wellbeing of the individual, but the social, emotional and cultural health of the surrounding community. Broader issues like connection to country, traditional knowledge, spiritual connection, and spiritual health all play a central part in the health of Aboriginal people as a whole.
SWAMS proudly supports and delivers a range of cultural and community events throughout the year to promote not only physical but social, emotional and community wellbeing.
Some of our regular programs are listed below.
In addition to these events, we also collaborate with other community organisations to deliver a range of health and wellbeing programs. We run cultural events such as our annual NAIDOC Family Fun Day, NAIDOC Elders Luncheon and many others throughout the year. All of our programs and events are promoted on our website and Facebook page.