Through evidence based outcomes TCP supports Communities to be on their traditional lands to participate in Elder designed and led Cultural mentoring camps. These camps empower, heal and strengthen the mental and spiritual health of First Nations youth and through this the Communities they belong to.
As the Traditional Custodians of Australia we have respect, responsibility and the right knowledge to care for our lands and waters, it is an integral part of who we are. Healthy land means healthy people. Engaging in on country healing programs for our Communities is an important partnership between land and people that cannot be replicated elsewhere.
Building awareness directed to the wider Community around good mental health outcomes for First Nations people is critical in supporting the work we do. The short films on our “Projects” page demonstrates just some of the work TCP produce and are responsible for.
TCP have recently launched Culture Up a social media campaign that celebrates and shares positive Cultural stories. This is important for our Communities to have a platform where we supply content that inspires and educates people to view the World through a Cultural lens.