Company Documents
and Constitution

The below documents and reports highlight Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service’s performance and future plans, as well provides an overview to the current service offering.

Annual Report 2022

Annual Report 2023

Service brochure

AWAHS is governed by a community Board of Directors that is bound by the organisation’s constitution through the Department of Fair Trading, NSW.

AWAHS prides itself on its unique access model in serving the local Aboriginal community, as well its wider ‘nuclear family’.

A nuclear family is a partner, a wife or mother, a husband or father, and the dependant children living under the same roof as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person.

The following circumstances and groups of individuals are welcome to access AWAHS;

  • AWAHS staff members and their nuclear
  • Non-indigenous nuclear family who is a guardian/carer to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person
  • Non-indigenous persons accepted by the Board
  • Non-indigenous partner and children of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person
  • Persons who have been triaged as requiring a ‘once-off’ crisis appointment only
  • Non-indigenous parents of indigenous children
  • Non-indigenous persons requiring continuum of care
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, man, woman and child

AWAHS Confidentiality and Privacy Statement

Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of its clients. Information is stored, used and disclosed with the utmost care, complying with both legislative requirements and ethical obligation as per the Privacy Act 1988.

To view AWAHS Privacy Policy or Constitution, please speak with an AWAHS staff member.