Improving and Integrating Urban Indigenous Health Services


BiOC Deadly Dads workshops

BiOC Deadly Dads workshops 

We are holding workshops for men who are becoming first time Dads!

Strathpine workshop:

Thursday, 14 September 2023 – 5.30pm-7.30pm
1/199 Gympie Road, Strathpine, Qld 4500

Salisbury workshop:

Thursday, 21 September 2023 – 5.30pm-7.30pm
96 Blomfield Street, Salisbury, Qld 4107

To secure a spot, call Dave on 0438 092 759 or email


Moreton ATSICHS Careers Day

Have you ever wanted to work with Mob? 

Come along to MATSICHS Careers Day 
Wednesday 6 September 2023
10am – 1pm

Deception Bay Clinic – 3/675 Deception Bay Road

  • Interested in a role in Aged Care?
  • Interested in a role in the clinic as a receptionist?
  • Interested in a role as a Health and Wellbeing Worker?
  • Interested in a role as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker?

Come along to talk around career opportunities in these areas and have a feed with us! 

There will be a BBQ and a safe space for bubs and jarjums!


BiOC is 10 – come celebrate!

Hey Mob! Our Birthing in Our Community (BiOC) program is 10.

And we want you and your family to come celebrate!

There’ll be heaps of deadly activities for the family, and a free BBQ and refreshments and special guests!

When: Thursday, 7 September at 10.30am-12.30pm

Where: Pine Rivers Park, 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine.


Our Ways of Learning Program

Empowering Mob, Creating Pathways

Hey you mob! Register your interest now!

A deadly opportunity for Mob wanting to grow their skills for employment or further education through tailored support and learning.

We are proud to offer a safe space for mob to try different educational pathways in an empowering environment.

Register now in POWA’s ‘Our Ways of Learning Program’.

Call 07 3826 3600 or send us an email to

Enrolment Day

 Date: Monday 28 August and Monday 4 September 2023

Time: 09:30am – 2:30pm
Location: Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, 22 Cox Road, Windsor

OWoL program is all about supporting Mob in their learning journey to increase opportunities for employment or further education.

  • 8-week program – two days per week
  • A tailored program which takes into account your ways of learning and opportunities to grow
  • Open to everyone 15 years and older
  • No cost to participants

Healing Hands Womens Group.

Healing Hands Women’s Group is a safe, healing space for First Nations women from all different clans/backgrounds to come together to:

  • Respect and honour our stories
  • Care for one another with honesty and kindness
  • Listen, learn, laugh, cry, grow, and empower one another
  • Embrace each other’s indifferences
  • Walk alongside each other and uplift each other with words of encouragement and strength
  • Restore our spirit, and our communities back to peace and harmony.

Let’s celebrate our woman spirit, as life-givers, caretakers, gatherers, healers, nurturers, and guardians.

Remembering, you are strong: the holder of spiritual knowledge, the sharer of stories, the connection to culture, the flow in dance, and the heart in language.

And together, we can create change, heal, and make new storylines for our families and future generations to come.

If you are ready to take the step forward and learn more about our safe Healing Hands Women’s Group, reach out for a yarn with our friendly team today on 1800254354.

Download the registration form here


BiOC 10 Year Family Fun Day Event

BiOC is turing 10!
And we want you and your family to come celebrate!
Friday 31st March 10am – 2pm
Logan Gardens, 12 Civic Parade, Logan Central
There’ll be heaps of deadly activities for the family, a free BBQ and refreshments and a visit from Buck the Bronco!