Aboriginal pregnancy and child and family health service ‘NGIYANG’
The Aboriginal Pregnancy and Child and Family Health service NGIYANG provides culturally sensitive pregnancy care, early child development, immunisation, parenting support, education and referrals. This free service is available for all Aboriginal families living on the Central Coast. NGIYANG is staffed by child and family health nurses, midwives and social workers who offer home visits and clinic appointments. Aboriginal health workers are also available to provide parenting support and help families to access developmental health checks and immunisations.
NGIYANG is located at 2/2A Bounty Close Tuggerah NSW 2259.
Contact 02 4394 9148.
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