Marulu Strategy - Making FASD History!

Living Safe

Kids in classroom

The resilience of Kimberley Aboriginal people is demonstrated through the strong cultural practices and knowledge that are guiding a healing informed and trauma aware community response that strives for a harm free and safe Valley.

We facilitate the development of a long term, safety strategy with community members and other agencies. The purpose of the strategy is to create engaged and culturally connected ways of living that are free from harm for women and their families living across the Fitzroy Valley.

Right across Marninwarntikura and through the Marulu Unit we are working to advocate for and secure the rights of women and children to be free from harm, including from the effects of alcohol, and to have equal opportunity and access to education and employment throughout their lives. 

This work is closely connected to our commitment to make FASD history and our understanding of the impacts of grief, loss and inter-generational and early life trauma.