The Aboriginal Small Grants Project is an initiative of the EACH Heath Promotion Team. This initiative gives the team the opportunity to work with early years and schools in Knox and Maroondah to support and provide assistance to create culturally inclusive and safe environments.
EACH is committed to working across all its service areas and regions to promote positive and respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to improving their health and wellbeing. The Reconciliation Action Plan outlines the principles and commitments for actions which EACH will undertake towards achieving these goals.
EACH’s Consumer, Carer and Community Engagement Framework is based on the foundation belief that the engagement of consumers, carers and the community in the planning, design, delivery and evaluation of services delivers better outcomes. These improved outcomes occur across a range of measures including quality, efficiency, effectiveness and safety of services as well as generating a sense of ownership, empowerment and responsibility for their own health/care.
The EACH Prevention of Violence against Women and their Children Strategy details EACH’s commitment to work with a range of stakeholders, to address the key determinants of Violence against women and their children. The strategy also provides a strategic framework and key actions for the prevention of Violence against women and children across all programs and services and within the communities in which EACH works.