Latrobe Valley community groups agencies and government departments who have committed to the Values and Guiding Principles of the Latrobe Health and Wellbeing Charter.

Federation University – Federation University Australia (FedUni) is a modern, progressive university providing high-quality vocational and higher education across a State, national and international network of campuses. The university has a distinguished history dating back to 1870, making it the third oldest higher education provider in Australia. FedUni has an outstanding record for teacher quality and graduate employment.

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Gippsland Asbestos Related Diseases Support Inc. (GARDS) – GARDS is a non-profit, non-government voluntary organisation that supports those affected by asbestos related diseases throughout Gippsland.

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Gippsland Primary Health Network – Gippsland PHN works at a regional and local level to achieve better whole of system care. We support and strengthen primary healthcare in Gippsland. We administer health program funding to increase service access and drive system improvement. Gippsland PHN is a consumer focused organisation established to improve the primary health system and improve health outcomes for people. We work with community to integrate the health system and get the system working better.

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GippSport – Is the peak body for community sport in Gippsland. We're proud to commit to the Latrobe Health & Wellbeing Charter, particularly our commitment to driving innovation and change to improve health & wellbeing through our program design and delivery in the Latrobe Valley.

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Latrobe Community Health Service – is one of Australia's fastest growing health services. We're here to support healthier individuals, families and communities. We are committed to preventing health problems through information and awareness. We are also committed to providing coordinated services that treat our clients as a whole person, and not as a series of isolated medical problems.

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Latrobe Health Assembly – working with community, local and state-wide agencies and government to improve health and wellbeing in the Latrobe Valley.

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Latrobe Regional Hospital – Latrobe Regional Hospital provides medical and specialty surgery, cardiac, cancer care and mental health services for a population of more than 260,000 in the Gippsland region in southeast Victoria.

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Latrobe Valley Authority – bringing together local people, councils, industry, education providers and governments to secure the economic future of the Latrobe Valley region.

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Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner – The Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner provides independent advice directly to the Government on mine rehabilitation, and helps with the development of the Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy. The Commissioner works closely with the community, stakeholders and the Latrobe Valley mine operators – and oversees individual rehabilitation planning for each of the coal mines.

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Morwell Neighbourhood House – The community owned and community managed Morwell Neighbourhood House takes a 'strengths and asset based' approach to all of its work -- supporting individuals to grow, bringing people together and developing our community's capacity to identify and find local solutions for local issues. The Morwell Neighbourhood House focuses all its energies on supporting its community to be a stronger and a better place to live in.

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Red Knights Australia – comprised of members of the fire services and their families, who enjoy riding motorcycles

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Voices of the Valley – a community advocacy group, formed in the wake of the Hazelwood Mine Fire in February-March 2014. Voice of the Valley continues to provide a voice for public concerns over direct impact and long-term health, welfare, economic and environmental effects. The results of their work have made health a serious issue and put deep community concern firmly on the public agenda. Voices of the Valley won the 2016 Premier's Sustainability Awards in Environmental Justice for Community Support following the Hazelwood Mine Fire and the 2016 Vic Health Awards for Improving Health Equity.

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The VRI – The VRI is a venue for the community to come together to connect, share and learn.

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Quantum Support Services - An independent not-for-profit organisation who have been providing a wide range of support services for more than 30 years to those most vulnerable in the Gippsland community.

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