The Youth Engagement Night Officers provide monitoring and safety for Halls Creek youth and community members during the late evening and early morning hours.
Family Support (Case Intervention)
Olabud Doogethu Family Support Team provide intensive case management and engage and support young people who are at-risk and vulnerable, working alongside the Department of Child Protection and families.
(Mibala Learning On Country)
Mibala ('us together' in Kimberley Kriol) is an culturally-led educational pathway designed by Aboriginal Elders for at-risk youth to re-engage them back into mainstream schooling or job pathways.
Kutjungka (Community Navigators)
The Kutjungka ('as one' in Kukutja) project is an Aboriginal-led grassroots initiative seeking to improve the livelihoods of remote Aboriginal desert communities of Mindibungu (Billiluna), Wirrimanu (Balgo), Kundat Djaru (Ringer Soak) and Mulan.
The Men's Tribal Centre is an Elder's Reference Group initiative that is led by local Aboriginal Elders and community leaders to create a culturally-safe space for young men, fathers and sons and work together towards a brighter future.
Garnduwa: Sports and Recreation Partnership
Garnduwa, the Shire of Halls Creek and Olabud Doogethu have a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to ensure an ongoing commitment to youth recreation in Halls Creek through service provision.
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