Yimamulinbinkaan Aboriginal Mental health service would like to Acknowledge & pay respects to the Traditional Custodians of the lands we live and work on. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present & emerging. We recognise those that came before us, those that suffered and to the generations that continue to suffer from the effects of dispossession of land, oppression, genocide, racism, trauma, grief and loss. We pay our respects to those who survived unspeakable acts, those warriors who keep our traditions, our rituals, our song lines, our languages, our story’s and places of land, sea and waterways alive. We acknowledge the significant place that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples hold in Australia, as the First Peoples of these lands that were never ceded. We ask all those that walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands to be be respectful of culture and traditions.
Wandakaluwa, Minyang Welcome, Yaama, Anikanya Hello, Dhanggana, How are you?
Yimamulinbinkaan “The ones who lead/leaders” Aboriginal MHS & Workforce HNELHD are the team behind the Maruung maruung “Good good, Deadly” Yarn Up, Feel Deadly mobile phone app.
This app was the winner of the Mental Health Matters Aboriginal Social and Emotional Wellbeing Award for 2020. It includes a number of culturally considerate resources, powerful personal video testimonials, learn Aboriginal language, information regarding mental health conditions, treatments and medications details of upcoming community events and jobs. It also has a staff portal where training and case scenarios are available on how to provide culturally responsive MH assessments for Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people. While this culturally appropriate app is designed to target Aboriginal community the content and links will benefit and be of interest to all.
You can download this app for free on both the
Apple App Store and Android Google Play
The above links will take you to download an app called “Sports Bag Commuicator” – Once downloaded press the + button under “My Services” and search for Yarn Up Feel Deadly