Safe and suitable housing is essential for better health outcomes for Aboriginal people. Congress’ Healthy Housing Officer visits houses in Ntaria, Utju, Ltyentye Apurte, Mutitjulu and Amoonguna to collect information about housing repairs.
We want to know if all of the health hardware in your house is working properly, things like taps, sinks, drains, air-conditioning, electrical issues and any other problems.
Using this information Congress will make an evidence base and a report to advocate for prompt maintenance and repairs, housing solutions and better health outcomes for our mob.
Acacia Lewis is the Congress Healthy Housing Officer and she will be happy to talk to you about any housing issues and help you report anything in your house that needs to be repaired.
Phone: 0428 040 204
This project is delivered in partnership with the Fred Hollows Foundation, Nourish our Communities and Indigenous Eye Health, University of Melbourne.
Policy Positions & Submissions
This section of our website provides information regarding Congress’ submissions to governments, publications and resources developed by Congress based on its expertise in the delivery of Aboriginal primary health care services, and details regarding Congress involvement in vital research working towards improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people.
Support for Independent review of Aboriginal Social Housing provision in Central Australia
The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress today added its voice to calls for an independent review of the management of Aboriginal social housing in Central Australia.