Programs

Maga Barndi Social & Emotional Wellbeing Support

Our social and emotional wellbeing team consists of a social support coordinator, social worker, psychologist, social health worker trainee and a mental health trainee. The team provides holistic and culturally appropriate social support services to support families and individuals in crisis. Counselling is available for adults and children for depression, anxiety, trauma, anger management and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Aboriginal Health Community Re-Entry Program

GRAMS provides a ‘through care’ program for those due to be released from prison within 6 months. This program assists in getting people back in contact with their local AMS or doctor and focuses on chronic disease and family support. It is available twice weekly at the prison.

Bringing Them Home

The Bringing Them Home program provides counselling, family tracing, reunion services and support to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Mid West and Murchison region. This service is available Monday to Wednesday appointment through reception.

Healthy for Life Program

This Project aims to improve the health of our community and is "For you ,your baby, your family and Community". It focuses on increasing access to child and maternal health services as well as the prevention,early detection and management of chronic disease with the aim of reducing the incidence and improving long term healh outcomes.

Regional Tobacco Program

A program designed to improve the health of aboriginal people by providing clinical intervention and promoting healthy lifestyles/weight loss programs. It also provides health promotion and education to encourage smoking prevention and cessation in support of the COAG Tackling Smoking program.

More Than Medicine Program

Currently available 3 days per week to both chronic disease patients and other patients referred by GRAMS GP. Support and advice for clients regarding healthy living, food choices and exercise (12 week program). Program includes assorted weights, water cycles, cross trainers, step ups, treadmill, abdominal rockers and a multi gym all supervised by a physiotherapist. The GRAMS Walking Group is also available for patients not yet medically cleared.

WA Centre for Rural Health Student Programs

The WA Centre for Rural Health (WACRH) in partnership with GRAMS are developing and running programs in speech pathology (child development, adults), exercise physiology (inter-professional rehabilitation and GRAMS staff wellness) and physiotherapy (clinic services and inter-professional rehabilitation). These programs are run by final year Allied Health, Nursing and Pharmacy students on clinical placement with WACRH under supervision.