Carnarvon News

The GOS team spread Christmas cheer in Carnarvon
Posted 14 December 2022 The GOS team spread Christmas cheer in Carnarvon

Last week the staff from Gascoyne Outreach Services (GOS) spread Christmas cheer through Carnarvon by delivering Christmas hampers to 30 of their clients.

Red Dust Healing workshop with local Carnarvon football clubs at
Posted 14 December 2022 Red Dust Healing workshop with local Carnarvon football clubs at Dalmacija Club

GRAMS Suicide Prevention Coordinator David Batty delivered another powerful Red Dust Healing workshop on Monday 21st of November at the Dalmacija Club in Carnarvon in partnership with the West Australian Football Commission.

Deadly five days in Shark Bay for Tackling Indigenous Smoking Youth
Posted 14 December 2022 Deadly five days in Shark Bay for Tackling Indigenous Smoking Youth Leadership camp

Local kids aged from 3 to 16 recently attended a smoke-free Youth Leadership camp in Denham hosted by Carnarvon Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) and Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Cultural Adventures.

GOS team organise another men’s meet to address anti-social behaviour
Posted 14 December 2022 GOS team organise another men’s meet to address anti-social behaviour

Carnarvon men including Yingardda men met on Wednesday 30th of November to talk about starting a strategic plan to engage with our young men and teenagers about the impacts of negative anti-social behaviour.

Great day out in Mungullah
Posted 14 December 2022 Great day out in Mungullah

Last month the Gascoyne Outreach Services (GOS) team hosted an event in Mungullah Village for local children and community members. It was a great day with representatives from Carnarvon Police, Western Australia Football Commission, Shire of Carnarvon, Regional Alliance West and Stephen Michael Foundation.

Coming together to raise awareness about domestic violence
Posted 09 December 2022 Coming together to raise awareness about domestic violence

The Carnarvon Gascoyne Outreach Services (GOS) team along with men and women from the community came together on Friday 2nd of December to raise awareness for domestic violence as part of the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence 2022.

Great turnout for Carnarvon Men’s Meeting
Posted 02 December 2022 Great turnout for Carnarvon Men’s Meeting

GRAMS Gascoyne Outreach Services hosted a Men’s Meeting on Tuesday 29 November at Gwoonwardu Mia.

Women's Red Dust Healing Workshop
Posted 29 November 2022 Women's Red Dust Healing Workshop

Last Tuesday, 23 women attended the Red Dust Healing workshop in Carnarvon facilitated by GRAMS Health Promotion Officer David Batty.

Carnarvon Maxi Vax Van help strengthen community immunity
Posted 01 August 2022 Carnarvon Maxi Vax Van help strengthen community immunity

GRAMS Gascoyne Outreach Service recently took to the streets of Carnarvon to encourage the community to get their Covid and Flu injections to keep the wider community safe. The Maxi Vax Van was stationed at the Mungullah Community Office car park. The event took place on Wednesday the 20th of July between 11am and 2pm for which GRAMS ensured there was lunch put on for all patrons.

Notice: Updated Opening Hours
Posted 23 June 2022 Notice: Updated Opening Hours

Please be informed that Gascoyne Outreach Service will be closed every second Friday from 24 June 2022

Exercise Young Mums Group Work Up A Sweat!
Posted 13 May 2022 Exercise Young Mums Group Work Up A Sweat!

The Police and Community Youth Centre worked up a sweat with the Exercise Young Mums group last week in collaboration with Ngala.

Carnarvon Youth Festival and TIS Messaging with GRAMS
Posted 22 April 2022 Carnarvon Youth Festival and TIS Messaging with GRAMS

Last week the GRAMS TIS team and Deadly Cru team travelled up to Carnarvon to attend the Carnarvon Youth Festival and the 2-day Youth Forum.

Carnarvon MAXI Vax Van
Posted 01 April 2022 Carnarvon MAXI Vax Van

Get your 1st, 2nd or 3rd dose at the Maxi Vax Van!

2022 Carnarvon Swimming Club Country Pennants
Posted 24 March 2022 2022 Carnarvon Swimming Club Country Pennants

The TIS team from GRAMS and Gascoyne Outreach Service (GOS) had the pleasure of attending the 2022 Carnarvon Swimming Club Country Pennants earlier in March.

COVID Hub Blitz
Posted 11 March 2022 COVID Hub Blitz

We will be having a COVID Hub Blitz in Canarvon from 14 March to 18 March.

Red Dust Healing empowers men’s health and wellbeing
Posted 11 March 2022 Red Dust Healing empowers men’s health and wellbeing

GRAMS recently delivered a Red Dust Healing workshop in Carnarvon as part of the GRAMS commitment to educate and empower men’s health across the Mid West, Gascoyne, and Murchison regions.

HAPEE ear day supports children’s hearing and ear health
Posted 04 March 2022 HAPEE ear day supports children’s hearing and ear health

The GRAMS Carnarvon Gascoyne Outreach Service and Hearing Australia recently held an Ear Health Day through the Hearing Assessment Program - Early Ears (HAPEE).

Empowering women in health and  self-care
Posted 22 February 2022 Empowering women in health and self-care

GRAMS was invited to Ngala to promote the Tackling Indigenous Smoking program and message.

COVID Notice: WA's Safe Transition Plan
Posted 21 February 2022 COVID Notice: WA's Safe Transition Plan

First TIS BBQ at Gascoyne Outreach Service
Posted 14 February 2022 First TIS BBQ at Gascoyne Outreach Service

The TIS team was excited to host their first BBQ in Carnarvon. Thank you to our GOS TIS Educator, Kelly, who organised everything for the event,.

COVID Notice: Flu like symptoms
Posted 04 February 2022 COVID Notice: Flu like symptoms

Stop if you have cold or flu like symptoms

COVID Notice: Changes to transport service
Posted 04 February 2022 COVID Notice: Changes to transport service

To help reduce the potential spread of COVID, there will be changes to the GRAMS transport services.

Suicide prevention outcomes driven by the community
Posted 31 January 2022 Suicide prevention outcomes driven by the community

The GRAMS Suicide Prevention Strategy continues to make headway in 2022 as Community Liaison Officer, Elaine Laraia and Health Promotions Officer, David Batty travelled to Carnarvon to host a meeting on Thursday 20th of January at the (GRAMS) Gascoyne Outreach Service.

COVID Notice: No mask, no entry
Posted 27 January 2022 COVID Notice: No mask, no entry

All people entering our facilities must wear a mask. If you don't have one, we can provide you with one.

Giving back to families with Reverse Advent Calendar
Posted 12 January 2022 Giving back to families with Reverse Advent Calendar

The GRAMS Gascoyne Outreach Service supported families during Christmas by organising the Reverse Advent Calendar initiative to give back to the community.

West Coast Eagles spread awareness on the importance of getting vaccinated
Posted 24 November 2021 West Coast Eagles spread awareness on the importance of getting vaccinated

The GRAMS Gascoyne Outreach Service and WA Country Health Service Carnarvon is working together to administer COVID vaccinations at the Carnarvon Woodshed.

Coral Coast Cup 2021
Posted 15 July 2021 Coral Coast Cup 2021

The GRAMS Tackling Indigenous Smoking Team along with Deadly Cru were invited by Clontarf Football Academy to attend the Carnarvon Coral Coast Cup.

GRAMS NAIDOC Week celebrations highlights importance of Healing Country
Posted 13 July 2021 GRAMS NAIDOC Week celebrations highlights importance of Healing Country

The communities across the Midwest and Gascoyne Murchison came together last week to share and celebrate Indigenous culture, heritage and achievements as part of Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service’s (GRAMS) NAIDOC week celebrations.

Perth and Peel in a 4 day lockdown
Posted 29 June 2021 Perth and Peel in a 4 day lockdown

Perth and Peel will enter a minimum 4-day lockdown from 12:01am, Tuesday 29 June 2021 until 12.01am, Saturday 3 July, 2021.

GRAMS CEO encourages the community to get vaccinated
Posted 18 June 2021 GRAMS CEO encourages the community to get vaccinated

Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (GRAMS) Chief Executive Officer, Deborah Woods received her first COVID-19 vaccination at GRAMS this morning to set an example for the community and encourages others to get vaccinated too.

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