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Karumah Blog

Just a reminder Drumbeat start tomorrow at Karumah 10am to 12 Music as a tool has a positive impact on mental health transcends language barriers allows people to release unprocessed feelings in a safe way produces a vibration which can have an effect on the brain supports social bonding and promotes friendship, trust, cooperation and collaboration. Where: KarumahCost: Gold coin RSVP: 02 4940 8393...

FOR MEN - A Humanistic Buddhism Approach Saturday August 16 9.30 am – 3.30 pm Upper Hunter Room 1, Travelodge King Street Newcastle Is it the time to find more meaning in your life? Perhaps you’ve been time poor and now you have plenty of time and wonder what to do with it? What is actually...

The premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policymakers, people living with HIV and others committed to ending the epidemic. Since the consultation took place, the City of Melbourne in partnership with Melbourne Conventions and Visitors Bureau (MCVB), Department of Health and Australian Society for HIV Medicine (ASHM), have...

News Society Aids and HIV Government's ambitious HIV strategy aims to reduce the sexual transmission of HIV by 50% by 2015 theguardian.com, Tuesday 8 July 2014 12.49 AESTJump to comments (7) Peter Dutton says self-testing kits can be sold by manufacturers direct to customers. Photograph: Daniel Munoz/AAP Australians will soon be able to test themselves for HIV after the federal government...

CONGRATULATIONS and WELL DONE KARUMAH It's the end of the financial year and Karumah has completed its first full year of our  chronic care self-management 'outreach program' . The results have been outstanding and the response fantastic. We have far exceeded all our targets the program is really working. A big thank you to our supportive...

We have a number of dedicated and committed volunteers at the moment. It is hard to measure the impact they have and even more difficult to show them how much their silent work is appreciated. Karumah is planning a 'Thank You"  event for our volunteers details will be out soon....

NAIDOC Week is held in the first full week of July. It is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and our society. To participate in a NAIDOC event near you, view the events Calendar on the Official NAIDOC website...

At our recent Men's Health Workshop at Karumah it was decided to have ongoing groups on men's health. The idea is to have the groups facilitated until the group becomes self-sustaining. The next Men's Group will be Thursday July 17th at Karumah from 10.30 to 11.30am will be facilitated by Greg Milan so come along...

LEWISHAM: 25 June - Drop In Time (incl light lunch) 23 August - Photographic Digital Workshop (Saturday 10-4pm) 27 August - Drop In (incl. light lunch) LIVERPOOL: 31 July - Social Gathering For more information or to RSVP please call Marg on 9509 1240 (direct) or treeofhope@catholiccare.org...