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Delivering Reconciliation in Action
Indigenous Wellbeing Centre (IWC) Ltd is Aboriginal community-controlled and here for ALL people in our communities, Indigenous and non-Indigenous.
We are inclusive and offer holistic whole-of-person services and programs without discrimination or barriers.
Our focus is on Indigenous peoples,
and the disadvantaged, vulnerable,
frail and at-risk.
IWC services include Health & Medical, Family & Community, and Cultural.
Quick links to key services
Or we invite you to leave a pre-planned gift to IWCin your will. It's easy. Just download the brochure and form here. Want to know more? Contact us through this website or by calling 1300 492 492. Thankyou
IWC is non-government, Aboriginal community-controlled and a Registered Charity.
The message behind IWC's logo
What do you have in your hands? What can you contribute or share with us to bring about positive transformation in our precious peoples where our highest good is for all of us to have health, wellbeing and happiness?”
It was a question asked of local traditional owner Elders when consulting with them around the creation of IWC.
Within those Hands of Peace, reconciliation, unity and inclusion in the IWC logo is a symbol of the most dramatic transformation emerging – that of chrysalis to butterfly.
For the Elders who were consulted, the butterfly in the IWC logo is a totem that covers the whole region and represents good rain, growth and regeneration. It represents human fragility amid our potential for an abundant life filled with words and actions of the highest good for ourselves and others.
The Hands of Peace represent IWC’s release of all its services to all people across the regions. The logo demonstrates reconciliation in action.
The IWC journey, with its delivery of a growing range of services to all, takes patience and hard work. Guided by the butterfly in the hands, the IWC continues to ask the question, “What do you have in your hands?”
IWC knows that in sharing our gifts, transformation of the highest good in our communities will occur, and bring healing of our Land and Spirit.