Rullanih Teggana (Strong Heart) Alcohol and other Drug program
The South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre (SETAC) provides Rullanih Teggana which is Melukerdee for ‘Strong Heart’
The Project aims to prevent harm from substance misuse and restore pride and connection to self, family, and community.
Rullanih Teggana offers:
– Wholistic Wellbeing Service for those affected by their own drug or alcohol use, supported by workers from SETAC, Holyoake, Anglicare and Cygnet Family Practice.
– Support for those affected by other’s drug or alcohol use, including parents, children, partners and carers.
– Strong Hearts for Recovery project collecting stories of Recovery from local Aboriginal people.
The Rullanih Teggana Project aims to ensure you are being listened to, and your matters are kept private and confidential. The Rullanih Teggana team work with you and your family to support the changes you want in your life.
How this service is delivered
This program is run from oura oura House
More programs from SETAC
Aged Care Program
The South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC’s) Aged Care Services are open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians within our community.
Men’s and Women’s Camps
The South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) runs quarterly Men’s and Women’s camps.
Social and Emotional Wellbeing Programs
The South East Tasmania Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) offers a range of social and emotional wellbeing services including Art Therapy, On Country Trips, Group work, Culture and Capacity Building.