Evaluation of the Bringing them home and Indigenous mental health programs
Urbis Keys Young would like to thank:
- The program staff, Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH), external stakeholders, clients of the programs, and members of Stolen Generations organisations who participated in the consultations for the evaluation.
- The program staff, OATSIH staff and Stolen Generations organisations who assisted with organisation of the fieldwork.
- The national OATSIH staff who managed the evaluation and provided advice and data to the evaluation team, including Kate Gilbert (Director, Social Health Section, Policy and Analysis Branch) and Maria Jenkins (Assistant Director, Policy and Analysis Branch) who was responsible for day-to-day project management.
- The members of the Reference Group for advice and assistance throughout the evaluation: Rachel Balmanno , Assistant Secretary, Health Strategies Branch, OATSIH (Chair to June 2006); Joy McLaughlin, Assistant Secretary, Policy and Analysis Branch, OATSIH (Chair from July 2006); Lucy Abbott, Regional Coordinator, OATSIH NSW Office, Rayleen Burns, Bringing Them Home Coordinator, Queensland Aboriginal & Islander Health Consortium; Michael McCabe, Adelaide Regional Centre Coordinator, Nunkuwarrin Yunti; Brian Butler, Co-Chair, National Sorry Day Committee; Helen Milroy, Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health, University of WA; Lee-anne Daley, National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation; Joy Savage, Chief Executive Officer, Wuchopperen Medical Service Ltd; Brendan Gibson, Director, Analysis and Reporting Section, Policy and Analysis Branch, OATSIH; and Glendra Stubbs, Coordinator, Link-Up (NSW) Aboriginal Corporation.