Lives Lived Well and the Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporation Health Service have joined forces to create better health outcomes for Aboriginal people.
The two non-for-profit health organisations will share a premise and resources in Dubbo, as well as working on joint plans.
Bila Muuji CEO Phil Naden said it would give Lives Lived Well - which helps people impacted by drugs and alcohol - access to the Aboriginal Medical Services under their membership. Those AMSs are in Orange, Forbes, Coomealla, Bourke, Brewarrina and Walgett.
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"That means Lives Lived Well can engage in each of those communities and work their intense program with the clients we have, and for us it's a mutual respect and understanding and moving forward in a different way," Mr Naden said.
Lives Lived Well CEO Mitchell Giles said the goal for the partnership was to provide better, more culturally-appropriate support to Aboriginal people across Western NSW.