The Active Rural Communities (ARC) program is a social support program that aims to enhance social engagement, participation, and access to other supports and services.
The Albury Wodonga Local Food Network (AWLFN) and Gateway Health have compiled this resource to support community members in our region to access local food, maintain a healthy diet and stay safe.
This Reflect RAP provides Gateway Health a roadmap to begin its reconciliation journey. Through implementing a Reflect RAP, Gateway Health will lay the foundations for future RAPs and reconciliation initiatives.
The Aged Care Assessment Service (ACAS) comprehensively assesses the needs of older people and facilitates access to available care services appropriate to their needs.
This service provides continence assessment, education and treatments for problems related to the bladder and bowel.
Indigenous Community Support provides case management and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Gateway Health works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to ensure medical support reflects an understanding of distinct medical, cultural and other needs.
Gateway Health aims to make services accessible and affordable to everyone.
Gateway Health works collaboratively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to meet essential health needs and to support individual and community aspirations.
Gateway Health provides services that support people to stay healthy, active, independent and connected to others as they get older.