About Ngwala Willumbong Aboriginal Corporation
Ngwala is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals including alcohol and drug workers, specialist counsellors, welfare workers, case managers, family support workers, housing, outreach and youth workers. By providing best practice services, Ngwala aims to create an environment for positive change for people whose lives have been affected by drugs and alcohol through a holistic approach which recognizes the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of our people. The alcohol and drug Residential Rehabilitation Centres provide the best possible structured environment for people to reach their full potential. The Outreach Services offer community based support for people exiting the Residential Rehabilitation Centres and for people in the community suffering from the effects of substance misuse, homelessness, family violence and or contact with the Adult or Youth Justice system.
Ngwala is also committed to continuous improvement in all aspects of its service delivery by maintaining and improving the knowledge of the Ngwala workforce. Ngwala has developed, and will continue to develop, appropriate alliances and partnerships with specialist mainstream agencies to foster best practice in service delivery.
Ngwala receives Commonwealth funding from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and State Government funding from the Departments of Health, Human Services and Justice to deliver Residential Rehabilitation and a range of Outreach services.