Social and emotional wellbeing

Missing and murdered First Nations women and children

Please be aware that some submissions contain sensitive material, such as descriptions of deaths, violence and abuse, including of babies, children, young people and women.

What works? A qualitative exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs that respond to family violence

This report presents findings from a research project that aimed to determine “what works” in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing programs across the nation that respond to family violenc

Our country, our healer: exploring the traditional lithotherapeutics of the Aboriginal pharmacopoeia

Aboriginal people of the Greater Hunter region of New South Wales had access to two exceptional geological formations, which provided them with access to valuable mineral resources.

Family Wellbeing Program

Family Wellbeing Empowerment commenced in Adelaide in the 1990s, out of a concern for the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

Sexual health and relationships in young Indigenous people

The Sexual Health and Relationships Survey is the first national survey of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in relation to sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and blood borne

Antenatal screening for fetal anomalies in Indigenous women: views of Indigenous people and their health care providers

This project aims to investigate the views of Indigenous women, their families and health service providers about antenatal screening tests for abnormalities like Down syndrome.

Resilience in individuals and families coping with the impacts of alcohol related injuries in remote Indigenous communities

Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) implemented by the Queensland Government a decade ago (2002-03), primarily to control alcohol availability in Indigenous communities, are currently under review.

Invisible practices: Intervention with fathers who use violence

Acknowledgement of lived experiences of violence

Unlocking the learning potential of incarcerated and low SES young people

This project aims to address the gap between incarcerated young people's (10-17 years) education and their future education, training and employment opportunities.

Developing a Service Integration Toolkit to improve the quality of adolescent mental health promotion services in Cape York: A program of mixed methods research

Services can benefit from stronger integration to seamlessly meet the mental health needs of Indigenous adolescents.