Which Way? Wuchopperen Newsletter is out now! Inside you’ll read about services opening up, our allied health team talk diabetes, foster and kinship carers week, our new youth trainees and more! Click here to read or download.
Which Way? Wuchopperen Newsletter is out now! Inside you’ll read about our the newly renovated Savannah House, our kids covid vaccine clinic, our news, staff and more! Click here to read or download.
Facilities Manager Michael Reimann joined Wuchopperen in 2009 and has overseen all recent structural developments of the health service, including the newly renovated Savannah House (Family and Child Wellbeing centre at Manoora), and reflects on how it has grown in recent years and what the organisation means to him. “When I first joined Wuchopperen we […]
Savannah House open again caring for your family and our community Wuchopperen has been providing health services to Cairns’ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community for over 40 years and for nearly 25 of those years from its main Manoora campus, accessed from Moignard and Moody Streets. This week following extensive renovations a smoking ceremony […]
November’s COVID-19 edition of Which Way, focuses on how Wuchopperen staff have been working had with community partners to keep everyone safe by encouraging and administering the COVID-19 vaccine. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OR DOWNLOAD ONLINE.
MEDIA RELEASE Thursday 26 August 2021 Calling all Cairns’ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members to make this Saturday the day you said, “Jab done!” This Saturday (28 August) Wuchopperen Health Service is hosting a drop-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Manoora facility to encourage all Cairns’ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members […]
Which Way? Wuchopperen Newsletter is out now! Inside you’ll read about our new school-based trainees, our COVID-19 update, our all staff gathering, events and more! Click here to read or download.
Commencing on Thursday 22nd April, six students in Year 11 from Bentley Park College and Trinity Bay State High School, will start a school-based traineeship at Wuchopperen Health Service (Wuchopperen) to kickstart their health career with 100% Indigenous owned and operated Group Training Organisation, Australian Training Works Group (ATW), leading the recruitment drive. The Aboriginal and […]
Which Way? Wuchopperen Newsletter is out now! Inside you’ll read about our new Community Connectors, COVID-19 vaccine clinic, our youth traineeship and more! Click here to read or download.
Wuchopperen is calling on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to create an artwork piece to be displayed around Wuchopperen Health Service and to be used in other forms such as banners, brochures, publications, posters and website. Commissions worth up to $5,000 will be considered. The successful bid will work closely with a select group […]