1 Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation P O R M P U R A A W C O M M U N I T Y J U S T I C E R E H A B I L I T A T I O N C E N T R E P R O S P E C T U S A reference document for potential supporters of the Pormpuraaw Community Justice Rehabilitation Centre located at Baas Yard R O W O R R Roworr (located at Baas Yard)
2 CONTENTS An introduction to country and people 5 Introduction to Roworr 6 Our structure 6 Our funding model 7 Our unique value proposition 7 The role of Roworr 7 Roworr s vision 7 Our beliefs 8 Our goals 8 Selection process 9 Roworr s focus areas 10 The therapeutic program 10 Invest in Roworr help us to grow 11 Sample investment opportunities 12 References 13 Contact us 14 Our supporters 15 This document has been prepared using information which has been provided to Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation ABN ) the Author. The Author has not verified the accuracy of the information which has been provided to them, do not accept any liability for any damage suffered as a result of reliance on the document, and do not provide any advice or recommendation about the subject of the document. The Author recommends that any person who may be interested to examine the business opportunities which are referred to in this document should seek their own independent and expert advice. All images used in this document have been provided with permission from the subjects in the photographs Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written permission of the publisher.
3 Too many Indigenous Australians experience unacceptable levels of disadvantage in living standards, life expectancy, education, health, and employment. Rates of chronic disease, mental illness and hospitalisation are significantly higher for the Indigenous population than the non-indigenous population 1 1 Australian Health Minister s Advisory Council, 2008, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2008 Summary. Taken from the Closing the Gap on Indigenous Disadvantage: The Challenge for Australia, February 2009.
4 Map of Cape York Peninsula PORMPURAAW
5 An introduction to country and people Pormpuraaw (meaning Grass Hut ) is an Aboriginal community which is located approximately 680 kms from Cairns on the west coast of the Cape York Peninsula with a total population of over 700 people. Pormpuraaw is home to the Thaayorre and Mungkan Aboriginal peoples. Pormpuraaw people are very proud of the strength of their language and culture. Unlike many other Aboriginal communities many Pormpuraaw children speak a local Aboriginal language as their first language. Formerly known as the Edward River Mission, the Anglican Church established Pormpuraaw in It remained a mission until 1967 when it was handed over to the Queensland government. Since 1986 the administration of the Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council has assumed the responsibilities of local government and has acquired title to the area by way of a Deed of Grant in Trust. The Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council is the local government authority and provides governance over the township through bylaws. The Shire also supports the operations of the local Justice Group who are responsible for social justice matters and are enforcers of the community by-laws.
6 Introduction to Roworr This prospectus explores the operation of the Pormpuraaw Community Justice Rehabilitation Centre, also known as ( Roworr ), and its vision for the community members and families of Pormpuraaw. It also outlines sample investment opportunities, to ensure the growth of Roworr; so that it can reach out to more families in the communities of Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama. Roworr is the first family and community based alcohol rehabilitation facility in Cape York. Over the past 5 years the Elders Justice Group and community leaders have driven an initiative to establish a family-based therapeutic centre for the community. The centre s model is unique for Cape York in terms of its approach to healing the family from alcohol misuse, and has the potential to be an influential and very successful model of holistic health care for Pormpuraaw and all of the Cape communities. The family commits to an intensive 15 week therapeutic program which offers life pathway skilling including rehabilitation, restoration of social and cultural norms, strengthening families to take responsibility for themselves and their children, - in turn giving these children an opportunity to grow up strong, healthy and culturally informed and educated. Roworr is located at Baas Yard (a cattle station) approximately 42kms south-east of the community of Pormpuraaw. During the dry season (May December) the rehabilitation program is conducted at Baas Yard, and in the wet season (January April) it continues in the town of Pormpuraaw. Under the management of Liz Pearson, the centre has been operational since September Staff have implemented a rehabilitation program with two families from Pormpuraaw who are participating in the pilot program. Other health care services and Elders work to support these families in the restoration of healthy lifestyle behaviours and cultural practices, in the context of a therapeutic model. Children are educated using the distance education-schooling program, while parents are participating in the program. Our structure Roworr sits under the umbrella of local Indigenous organisation - Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation ( PPAC ). PPAC is a unique organisational entity and is only one of the two largest Indigenous Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) in the Cape York Peninsula. PPAC has built a strong credible history over seventeen years of delivering diverse services and programs to empower the people of Pormpuraaw. Initially delivering a domestic or family violence service, PPAC has over time developed and implemented an innovative model of diverse holistic services and programs designed to meet individual and community needs. Their service is free of charge to the community. PPAC enjoys a good reputation in the community as a safe house for community members to talk about their issues with trained Indigenous staff members.
7 Our funding model The Department of Health and Ageing, the State Government and Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation predominantly fund Roworr. In order for Roworr to establish itself as a leading therapeutic community, which other Cape York communities may model, further investment support is required. We seek to engage with the Government, Corporate, Business and Philanthropic sectors to develop strategic alliances and innovative partnership models, to build and sustain capacity and capability, for Roworr to continue to deliver the rehabilitation program at Baas Yard. Our unique value proposition Roworr is the first of its kind in Cape York - established from a grass roots empowerment model, which allows for communities to find solutions. The Elders Justice Group was instrumental in prioritising the need for a rehabilitation centre for its community. The role of Roworr Roworr s service function is the primary link between the community, government and non-government sectors involved in the rehabilitation and wellbeing of families and children, young people and individuals, living in Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama. Our role is to deliver a therapeutic program to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal families in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, life pathway skilling and family wellbeing. The centre fosters a holistic approach to healing the family from the detrimental affects of drug and alcohol misuse. The centre values the importance of a family culture. Roworr s vision To provide Aboriginal families in the Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama communities with an intensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation and recovery program in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. To enable the families who undergo the program to restore their lives, set achievable goals and attain a better quality of life - free from the dependency on alcohol and drugs which they can be susceptible to; when reentering a community or extended family unit.
8 Our beliefs That family-based therapeutic treatment approaches for alcohol misuse, recognise the key role that families can play in influencing the course of alcohol misuse; to improve treatment outcomes for the user, and to help reduce the negative effects of alcohol misuse on other family members. Family-based therapeutic treatment approaches for alcohol misuse, recognise the key role that families can play in influencing the course of alcohol misuse, to improve treatment outcomes for the user Our goals To improve the health status, social emotional wellbeing and relationships of families and children, young people and individuals by: Delivering the rehabilitation and recovery program, addressing patterns of alcohol and drug addiction. Raising awareness and building capacity through health promotion and education to reduce negative issues that affect lives as a result of alcohol consumption. Identifying the skills, training and support needs for local families. Empowering families, young people and individuals to take ownership and responsibility of community-based ideas and solutions to restoring culture. Building capacity in individuals to deal with dayto-day challenges. Working with families, young people and individuals to recognise their strengths, and motivate them to take a lead role in returning social and cultural norms within their family groups. Rebuilding pride and order in their homes and the community environment. Creating a group atmosphere that enhances discussion between people to share their experiences, learn and support each other in a safe environment.
9 Selection process Families must self-select to be a part of the therapeutic program and commit to a 15-week intensive therapeutic course based at Baas Yard. Most of these families have had a history of using local support services such as family counselling, and are therefore, considered to be on the priority list for the centre. A submission from interested families is provided to the selection committee which is made up of members from the Pormpuraaw Community Justice Rehabilitation Steering Committee. These members come from major services in Pormpuraaw including, Primary Health Care, Elders Justice Group mentors (from both clan groups), Pormpur Paanth Director of Services and Chairperson, State Police, Primary School, and the Pormpuraaw Shire Council CEO and Mayor. This selection committee makes recommendations and provides a short list to the Justice Group for the final selection. The Justice Group makes the final decisions as to which families are selected, ensuring that a fair and transparent process is upheld. There is currently a waiting list of families in Pormpuraaw who want to be a part of the program in 2010.
10 Roworr s focus areas There are 6 focus areas to guide Roworr s therapeutic program of rehabilitation and recovery. 1. Affirming Aboriginal culture sharing cultural knowledge and skills, storytelling, dance, art, and rituals etc. Highlighting the strengths of the people and children residing at the centre. 2. Managing addictions cognitive behavioural approaches are used in both individual counselling and within the group program to manage addictions. Topics include motivation and personal change, relapse, personal patterns, risks and how to manage them and drug refusal skills. 3. Strengthening wellbeing this focus area addresses emotional intelligence, learned helplessness, self talk, journals, finding and building on strengths, dealing with authority, power and control, anger and violence, suicide, strategies for safety etc. 4. Addressing health priorities educating the residents around the serious health issues associated with addiction to drugs and alcohol. Providing tools to educate residents around healthier lifestyles including food preparation for their families. 5. Building long-term strategies providing professional development and training for staff, residents and community members, advocate to government, business, corporate and philanthropic sectors to build capacity through financial and human resource investment and management. 6. Promoting community partnerships aiming to support resident s partners and families, integrating local and outreach services involved in rehabilitation, developing formal linkages and partnerships that incorporate education, social emotional wellbeing, mental health, child maternal health, life pathway skills etc. The therapeutic program The therapeutic program is arranged as 8 modules spread over a 15-week cycle which also incorporates the family wellbeing program and life pathway skilling. The 8 modules cover topics such as feelings, motivation, relapse, self-talk, solutions, survive and thrive, strengths and recycle. Delivery of these modules occurs during structured sessions with the parents, the drug and alcohol I really like the way this program has made me feel closer to my partner. We don t want to go home. We are learning so much from being out here, learning many new skills that we can share with our children counsellor and family wellbeing facilitator. The sessions create a positive, thoughtful and reflective atmosphere, where residents are able to openly share their feelings and journey together, in a safe environment. The therapeutic program serving family groups is also the first of its kind created, implemented and managed by a Cape York community. It offers an unparalleled level of cultural security in terms of community ownership of the project, and the involvement of community elders for whom preserving and teaching traditional culture - is a paramount consideration. The active involvement of Aboriginal staff, volunteers and community elders as mentors can provide positive role modelling to families in care. This model of community ownership provides opportunities for both contemporary and traditional Aboriginality to be expressed and honoured.
11 Invest in Roworr help us to grow Roworr seeks your support so that it can continue its therapeutic drug and alcohol rehabilitation and recovery program. You can help to build brighter and sustainable futures for families in the Aboriginal communities of Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama. By supporting the centre and its program, you will help build to a better future for community members living in the Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama regions. Currently, Roworr has limited capacity to deliver its important program. It requires more funding to recruit staff and services to support the program and therefore more families. There is an urgent need for infrastructure development to house staff, volunteers and families, and a safe space for children that promotes learning. Currently, there is only capacity to house 2 small families and 2 full-time staff members. The facilities at Roworr include: Two houses to accommodate the families with a separate shower and toilet block per family. There is also a communal shed available to families with 2 kitchen spaces and a dining area. There is also a space available for structured sessions and arts and craft classes. In the administration building there is a small reading room for children, and this space is also used for teaching the children via distance education. The administration building also has a small office for staff members, and provides accommodation for 2 people. A yarning circle is currently under construction. We seek funding for programs, infrastructure and staffing, that underpin treatment and rehabilitation and community development initiatives impacting on re-entry back to community; but most importantly, closing the gap on Indigenous health issues.
12 Sample investment opportunities SAMPLE SPONSORSHIP/INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES SUPPLIES APPROXIMATE COSTS FUNDING COMMITMENT Alcohol and Drug resources $5,500 Per annum Plants/Flowers/Herbs/Vegetables (for garden areas) $15,000 Per annum Sponsor a family for a 15 week program (accommodation, transport, meals) $10,000 One off or ongoing Building furniture (bedding, and beds, household good) $15,000 Per annum Children s outdoor play equipment and pool fence $25,000 One off Arts centre supplies (paints, brushes, canvases etc) $20,000 Per annum STAFFING Guest therapeutic group counsellors (on contracts) $35,000 Annually Primary school teacher $36,000 Annually Licensed relief staff (up to 3) for weekend work $48,000 Annually Family wellbeing workers (up to 2) (community positions) $48,000 Annually Administration coordinator position $55,000 Annually Resident Psychologist/Psychiatrist (on contract) $85,000 Annually Youth social worker $76,000 Annually Drug and alcohol counsellor (male) $76,000 Annually MARKETING Launch event budget (official facility launch) $30,000 One off Marketing and Media (consultant) 5, As required Program review and evaluation (consultant) $55,000 As required CAPITAL WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE Multi-Purpose Facility, Training education and Skills Transfer $230,000 One off Pool (labour, fencing, decking etc) $30,000 One off Landscaping around Baas Yard (gardens etc) $50,000 One off Computers, Printers, Software (staff, volunteers, residents, ongoing IT infrastructure /IT/Phones Building works (4 x new houses for staff, family members and volunteers) $50,000 Re current $170,000 per building 4 buildings required A catering training centre (industrial kitchen)/kit home $250,000 One off Office space for staff members and volunteers $500,000 One off
13 References Australian Health Minister s Advisory Council, 2008, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2008 Summary. Taken from the Closing the Gap on Indigenous Disadvantage: The Challenge for Australia, February Managing Aboriginal Lands and Culture, The Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resources Management Office, Viv Sinnamon - Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resources Management Office, Richard O Brien, Clare Munnelly Westpac Banking Corporation, Ken Kerr Balkanu Cape York Development, Pormpuraaw Negotiation Table Learning together: Journey to our future Liz Pearson, 25 September 2009 Roworr Family Wellbeing Centre Business Plan , Liz Pearson, 7 July 2009 Roworr Family Wellbeing Therapeutic Program Work Plan 2009, Liz Pearson, 7 July 2009 The Strengthening Pormpur Paanth Project Report, Sandi Taylor, 28 August 2009 Web based references
14 Contact us Call or write to us at: Kurt Noble, Director Pormpur Paanth Aboriginal Corporation c/o Post Office, Pormpuraaw QLD Yalu Street Pormpuraaw North Queensland 4871 Telephone: (07) Facsimile: (07) Mobile: Liz Pearson, Manager Pormpuraaw Community Justice Rehabilitation Centre (Roworr) Baas Yard Cattle Station Pormpuraaw North Queensland 4871 Telephone: (07) Facsimile: (07) Mobile: Roworr Administration Hub BRACS Centre Yalu Street Manager AODS: (07) Administration: (07) Fax: (07)
15 Times may have changed but Families in Pormpuraaw still rely on their traditional land They still hunt and gather on country They still care for country They still feel very close to their country 2 They want to keep their culture in the long run 2 Managing Aboriginal Lands and Culture, The Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resources Management Office, Viv Sinnamon - Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resources Management Office, Richard O Brien, Clare Munnelly Westpac Banking Corporation, Ken Kerr Balkanu Cape York Development, 2008.
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