$1.5m federal funding to support at-risk youth through Moree's Miyay Birray service

Updated March 28 2022 - 2:55pm, first published March 23 2022 - 6:00am
Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton met with Ephraim House Director Paul Strahan, Miyay Birray Youth Service CEO Darrel Smith, Moree SHAE Academy CEO Katie Smith and Ephraim House Education Services Manager Stephen Jenyns to announce $1,499,999 in funding for Miyay Birray to run the Warrayma-Li Bamba-gal (Build Strong Mob) Project, in conjunction with the SHAE Academy and Ephraim House.
Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton met with Ephraim House Director Paul Strahan, Miyay Birray Youth Service CEO Darrel Smith, Moree SHAE Academy CEO Katie Smith and Ephraim House Education Services Manager Stephen Jenyns to announce $1,499,999 in funding for Miyay Birray to run the Warrayma-Li Bamba-gal (Build Strong Mob) Project, in conjunction with the SHAE Academy and Ephraim House.

Community safety will be enhanced in Moree with Miyay Birray Youth Service Incorporated to roll out an early intervention project to help divert high-risk Aboriginal young people from a life of crime.

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