Mibbinbah Spirit Healing

Mibbinbah is Australia’s only national Indigenous male health promotion charity, working with Indigenous men and their communities to help them explore and enrich their identity, well-being and skills.

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services

The Men’s Group is held every Monday at Winnunga between 11.30am and 3.30pm, and is facilitated by the Winnunga Social Health Team. It focuses on creating a culturally appropriate and non-judgemental environment for Aboriginal men to discuss health and lifestyle concerns. A healthy lunch is provided.

Menslink

was established to meet the increasing needs of young men and their families in our community.

EveryMan

supports men who are at risk of homelessness, living with mental health issues like depression or anxiety, living with disabilities, men who are perpetrators or survivors of violence, men who are ex-prisoners, socially isolated, or having relationship or parenting difficulties.

Publications and Resources

Indigenous men's groups and social and emotional well-being; an Indigenous doctor's perspective 

This paper seeks to increase understanding of the processes and impacts of contemporary indigenous men's groups from an indigenous doctor's perspective. 

Male reproductive health disorders among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men: a hidden problem?

To better understand behaviours and reproductive health disorders among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men’s Health Plan 2015 – 2020

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men’s Health Plan 2015-2020 (the Plan) has been written by the Northern Sydney Local Health District Aboriginal Health Service (AHS). The Plan aligns with the NSLHD Clinical Services Plan 2015-2022 recommendations which aim to, “Develop a plan to address the health needs of the Aboriginal community within NSLHD to the year 2021 building on the successes of the current plan and addressing identified gaps”.

Page last updated on: 1 Oct 2018