Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week a time to encourage national conversation on truth-telling and cultural understandingMay 24, 2019
NACCHO encourages Morrison Government to seize the moment and make Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health a national priorityMay 21, 2019
Pharmacy Guild and NACCHO seek commitment to Indigenous Pharmacy Programs reformMay 9, 2019
Community Controlled Health – Key Facts
NACCHO Ochre Day mens Conference 2019
29-30 August 2019
The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) is a living embodiment of the aspirations of Aboriginal communities and their struggle for self-determination.
NACCHO is the national peak body representing the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across the country on Aboriginal health and wellbeing issues. It has a history stretching back to a meeting in Albury in 1974.
In 1997, the Federal Government funded NACCHO to establish a Secretariat in Canberra which greatly increased the capacity of Aboriginal Peoples involved in ACCHSs to participate in national health policy development.
An Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service is a primary health care service initiated and operated by the local Aboriginal community to deliver holistic, comprehensive, and culturally appropriate health care to the community which controls it, through a locally elected Board of Management.