MOREE’S INDIGENOUS REHAB SERVICE FUNDING

An Indigenous rehabilitation centre in Moree is set to receive $4.5-million in federal funding over the next three years, to ensure its doors remain open.

Maayu Mali re-opened last September, nearly three years after it closed due to a lack of funding.

The service helps up to 18 clients with substance abuse issues at a time, offering trauma counselling and relapse support.

The centre also acts as a residential facility, offering a home-away from home for up to three months.

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