North East Healthy Communities – NEPHU transition details

North East Healthy Communities transitioned to the North Eastern Public Health Unit (NEPHU) on 1 July 2022. This transition offers a unique opportunity to improve population health outcomes for local communities by consolidating skills, knowledge and governance across the region, and for a renewed focus on place-based health promotion and…

North East Healthy Communities to transition to North Eastern Public Health Unit on 30 June 2022

After more than 20 years of supporting partnerships for health and wellbeing across Victoria, the Secretary of the Department of Health has advised Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs) that funding and high value functions will transition to Local Public Health Units by 30 June 2022. For North East…

Training in community and consumer engagement

Do you know an amazing staff member or volunteer who could benefit from formal training to complement their skills and talents in community and consumer engagement?

2019 Highlights

Here’s a snapshot of North East Healthy Communities’ achievements for 2019.  …

Highlights from the Taking Action for Healthy Communities Forum

Thank you to all of those who helped make the Connecting for Healthy Communities Forum such a success.

Book now for the Taking Action for Healthy Communities Forum: 29th October

Pop this date in your calendar for the chance to attend or present at our next Forum!

EOI application form: Taking Action for Healthy Communities Forum

Click here to submit your Expression of Interest in presenting at the October Forum, Taking Action for Healthy Communities.

What is co design and how can it help our work? 

What is co design and how can it help our work? 

Co design Workshop: 10th September

We are holding a fourth Co Design Workshop on 10th September in response to continued demand.

North East Healthy Communities receives grant for social inclusion project

North East Healthy Communities has received an $80,000 grant to better support older people in Melbourne’s north eastern suburbs. 

North East Healthy Communities acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land we work on. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present and acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first people of this nation.