Ewing Street. ph: 6672 1822. Emergency: 000.
Auxilliary – Fund raising to provide added comfort and equipment to patients that is not provided by Government. Meets 2.00pm, 3rd Monday of each month – Staff Development Room; Murwillumbah Hospital. Contacts: Mrs Joyce Kelly – President – 6677 7415; Mrs Peg Van Bael – Secretary – 72 4891
Pink Ladies – Volunteers help to provide for the non-medical requirements of patients under the supervision of nursing staff. Hrs 9.30am-12.30pm. Contact: Mrs Noreen Ring 72 1095
The Community Health team provides a wide range of services listed below. We aim to improve the health of the people in the Murwillumbah district by working with individuals, families, other service providers and the wider community. Appointments are necessary for most services in Community Health, made either by phone, or in person. General community health service, community nursing, child health, mental health, counseling, dietary and health education, drug/alcohol services.
Ewing Street, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 0277, Hours: 8.30am-5pm
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Hours: Any time. Meetings: 7.30pm at the Autumn Club each Saturday.
ph: 6672 5523 (Esme); 6676 6012 (Sue).
Tweed Palliative Support is a not-for-profit free home-based community volunteer service providing practical assistance and support for people diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.
We spend a lot of our time fundraising so we can offer support to our clients, provide transport to and from treatment and Doctors appointments, and provide respite and practical assistance to our clients and their families.
P.O.Box 458, Murwillumbah
ph: 6672 8459
Contact us for a free community service listing