The Redfern Foundation
Mudgin-Gal, meaning ‘Women’s Place’, offers support for women, girls and their young families through drop in, in-home family support, legal, medical and accommodation referral and educational and vocational support programs. Mudgin-Gal’s ‘Black Out Violence’ campaign is acknowledged as a best practice model for addressing family violence in urban Aboriginal communities.
Babana Mens’ Group runs activities and programs addressing a range of issues from men’s health, through to family relationships, anti-violence, anti-drug and alcohol campaigns, post-release programs and more. ‘Babana’ means ‘brother’ in the Dharuk language and is a common greeting among Aboriginal men – the term expresses the spirit that underpins Babana.
(02) 9698 1173
233 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale NSW 2008