About Us

Our Story

Our people come from all over Australia, and we acknowledge the traditional custodianship, ancestors and elders of the lands and rivers of our region, including the Baraba Baraba, Barindji, Barkinje, Barranbinya, Barundji, Dadi Dadi, Danggali, Gunu, Karenpgapa, Kureinji, Madi Madi, Malyangaba, Muruwari, Nari Nari, Waalgali, Wail-wan, Wandjiwalgu, Wemba Wemba, Wiljali, Wiradjuri, Wongaibon, Yitha Yitha, Yorta Yorta peoples. We also acknowledge the vision, courage and foresight of those in the community who established the early health services, some of which have now been operating over 30 years. There have been struggles and challenges, many of which are still with us today, but together, we are overcoming these to build a powerful force for positive change in our lands in western NSW.

Bila Muuji means ‘River Friends’. The rivers are our refuge, a source of life and wellbeing , places which give us strength. Bila Muuji expresses our identity and connection to country as nations and peoples, families, men, women, young and old, mothers and fathers and babies and cous-ins, aunties and uncles, elders and grandparents. Together we are strong.

     

 Our Vision

For transformation of Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing in our Region.

Community

Holistic

Aboriginal control/manage

Respectful

Transparent

Effective/efficient

Responsive

 

 



Latest News

Breakfast meeting with Joe Craigee from Pathfinders and National Congress Chair Rod Little
11 May 2018

What a great breakfast meeting Bila Muuji had with Joe Craigee from Pathfinders and National Cong...

Bila Muuji delivered a Deadly Thinking Workshop in Dubbo
10 May 2018

Bila Muuji delivered a Deadly Thinking Workshop in Dubbo today, facilitated by Uncle Jimmy and Pa...

Bila Muuji building stronger partnerships across NSW.
17 Apr 2018

Bila Muuji building stronger partnerships across NSW. Thanks to Joe Craigee, Hilton Naden and Ala...

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Upcoming Events

Deadly Thinking Workshop - Dubbo
10-May-2018

Bila Muuji are facilitating a Deadly Thinking Workshop in Dubbo

Bila Muuji Deadly Thinking Flyer Bila Muuji Deadly Thinking Flyer (154 KB)

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Youth Week 13-22 April
13-Apr-2018

Various community events will be held in the region throughout the week. For detailed inform..

International Women's Day
08-Mar-2018

Tooraweenah CWA invites all ladies to a happy, friendly and informative day out Thursday 8th..

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Contact Us

Chief Executive Officer

PHIL NADEN

P: (02) 6882 2100
M: 0419 975 624
E: philn@bilamuujihealthservices.org.au 

Address

Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporation Health Service Inc.
1/80 Gipps Street
Dubbo NSW 2830 Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre

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