1 August, 2016
And Looks Ahead to Future Partnerships with the Land Rights Network
Australia’s first and longest-running Aboriginal community-controlled health service has celebrated 45 years of business, with a pledge to expand its relationships within the Land Rights network.
Redfern AMS was established in 1971 and became the template all future community-controlled Aboriginal health services were based on.
Now, 45 years later, it has plans to enter a partnership with Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council to deliver drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
See OurMob’s video retrospective below, acknowledging the past and looking ahead to the future.