Community Health and Wellbeing
** COVID-19 Update - Active4Life Gym and Walking Group programs suspended. **
Hub4Health is committed to increasing access to a range of primary and allied health care services and activities for rural and remote communities, in particular, small and more remote communities.
Hub4Health works collaboratively with key stakeholders and leads regional services improvement through development of cooperative health services and activities. The Board of Management of Hub4Health lobbies and advocates for equitable health service provision to our rural remote region and delivery of quality health services.
Community Services available at Hub4Health Include:
- Building Blocks Program and Parenting Support for families and children age 0-8yrs
- Break O'Day Services Network Meetings
- With One Voice Break O'Day community choir
- St Helens and Marys Active4Life Community Gym
- St Helens Walking Group for 55+years
- Information of available services in our community
Contact us for more information.
Who this service is for
Varies depending on program:
Active4LIfe Gym memberships available at full & concession rate
With One Voice Break O'Day $10/$5 pp
Building Blocks free
Outreach programs vary. check services directly for local opening hours
office open 10-4pm St Helens
Ramp access at St Helens and St Marys Outreach Office
How this service is delivered
Visit us at the hub to access our services.
Call or visit us online
Contact us or see our website for more information.
Building Blocks Brochure
To find out more about our Building Blocks program, you can download our brochure by clicking on the button.Download Brochure
More programs from Hub4Health
** COVID-19 Update - Face to Face programs currently suspended but home lending resources and parenting advice available on line. **
Our Building Blocks program works with children 0-8 years and their families in the Break O'Day, Bicheno and Dorset communities to provide early learning, occasional care, parenting support and assistance.