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Breast Cancer Care WA - Indigenous Program

Provides practical assistance, breast care nurses, home visits, transport, financial assistance and counselling to Aboriginal people diagnosed with breast cancer. 

BreastScreen WA

Free 2-yearly mammograms for Aboriginal women 40 years and older.  Locations in Joondalup, Mirrabooka, Padbury, and Perth City.

Cancer Council of Western Australia

With an Aboriginal Project officer available the Cancer Council Can assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with education in cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment knowledge for cancer related illness

Derbarl Yerrigan

Offers health and wellness services to Aboriginal people.  Has General Practitioner services as well as eye and ear health, physiotherapy, maternal and child health service and chronic disease management.

Diabetes WA Aboriginal Health Programs

Provides education and support services to help prevent and manage diabetes.

Government Dental Clinics

Provides help for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for dental healthcare.

  • Warwick Dental Clinic (08) 9447 8011
  • Joondalup Dental Clinic (08) 9300 1620
  • Morley Dental Clinic (08) 9375 9107
  • Website https://www.dental.wa.gov.au/.

Heart Foundation WA Aboriginal Health

Works in partnership with other healthcare agencies to provide cardiac rehabilitation for local Aboriginal people.

Kooda-Myara Bidi (formerly North Metro Prison Health Program)

Works to deliver health re-entry pathways for inmates at Bandyup and Arcacia Prisons and Wooroloo Prison Farms.

  • Phone 0478 490 300
  • Female Officer 0478 490 302
  • Male Officer 0478 490 301.

Moorditj Djena (Strong Feet or Good Feet)

Free podiatry and diabetes treatment, management, and education services for Aboriginal people.  Clinics in Balga, Girraween, Innaloo, Merriwa, Mirrabooka, and Stirling.

North Metropolitan Aboriginal Health Liaison Program

Assists Aboriginal individuals and their families whilst they are in hospital or attending outpatient and specialist services


Assists partners and their families as well as newly released prisoners with free blood testing, hepatitis B Vaccination and support and education on blood borne viruses

North Metro Yarning it Up Program

Assists aboriginal people and community groups to reduce smoking related harms.

  • Phone (08) 9380 7728.