BCH staff and community members took the opportunity to share morning tea in celebration of NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC week is held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
At BCH we look after your ‘whole’ health and wellbeing.
Is there a better week than MEN’S HEALTH WEEK (11-17 JUNE) to show off our Banyule Men's Shed? No way.
The Shed generates positive connections, friendships and helps to make a positive sustained difference in the lives of our local men.
Banyule Community Health Private Dental Clinic is now offering:
Check-up and clean $146
Congratulations Banyule Men's Shed and Women of West Heidelberg on your nominations for Banyule City Council's
2018 Volunteer Community Group Award.
Thank you for your ongoing volunteer support and dedication to BCH and local community members.
We wish you the best of luck for Wednesday.
Please join us for our Law Week 2018 event - ‘Deadly Connections’ - a community day at Barrbunin Beek on Friday 18 May, 1pm - 4.30pm
There will be food, family entertainment, prizes, a live broadcast by 3KND (Kool n Deadly) and the opportunity to connect with local services and get information about legal and health supports in the area.
When: Friday 18 May, 1pm - 4.30pm
Hosted by: West Heidelberg Community Legal Service (WHCLS) & Banyule Community Health
This week we celebrate the awesome youth of 3081, who’s feisty ideas, care for their community and wish to make a difference have grown 10 years of Youth Foundation projects.
Here’s a photo of 3081’s next generation of Somali young men – we are working with them to gain funding so they can have regular footsal training after school, building connection, health and positive aspiration.
Go Regent City!
#YouthFoundation #Himilo #RegentCityFootballClub #BanyuleCommunityHealth
The All Girls Graduation Celebration brought young Muslim women together from across 3081 for a party like any teenager might go to – the difference? It was for women only. The music blared, the women dressed up, looked amazing and had a brilliant time – this was a safe space where they could be themselves, dance and have fun. The only down side was Lis getting them to stop the party at midnight!
Congratulations to Amal, Fardowza and Yasmin for making this happen.
The Women of West Heidelberg International Women's Day event has become an annual event for Banyule Community Health.
This year's focus is 'Press For Progress' and includes presentations from Key Speakers - Hon. Jill Hennessy (Minister for Health), Dr. Philomena Horsley (Women's Health Rights Activist, Researcher, Educator) and Jenny Macklin (Federal Member for JagaJaga).
On Saturday 17 February, Gambler's Help team members Lachlan and Anna attended the Kangaroos Family Day to encourage fans to love the game and forget the odds. Approximately 2000 people attended this day.