No More Boondah
No More Boondah is a program developed by Winnunga AHCS that assists people to identify why they smoke, what triggers their smoking and what strategies can help to avoid or delay their smoking.
No More Boondah runs a weekly one hour support group but can also provide phone support, outreach and follow up for those that find it difficult to attend the weekly session.
Often participants have tried to stop smoking before but are encouraged to try again, acknowledging that it can take some people many attempts before they succeed.
Through Winnunga’s GPs we offer access to quit smoking products such as Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) – patches, inhalers and gum as well as oral treatments.
If you are ready to stop smoking or you are thinking about it, we invite you to participate in our No More Boondah program by attending the weekly session and/or participating in phone support and outreach.
Time: 11am to 12pm
Where: Meet at Winnunga’s reception area
Contact: Social Health Team Tobacco Control Workers on 6284 6222 for further information.
Winnunga also offers a range of regular programs such as:
- No More Boondah
- Women’s Group
- Men’s Group
- Healthy Cooking classes
- Healthy Cooking group
- Youth Diversion Program
- Road to Recovery
- Mums and Bubs/Parenting Group
- Wellbeing Group
The Social Health Team also runs health promotion campaigns and community activities. One of their main aims is to promote pride in Aboriginal culture.
Who to contact:
For more information on the Social Health Team,
or to access their services,
please call (02) 6284 6222.