NEAMINorth Eastern Alliance for the Mentally Ill (Australia; health and rehabilitation support; est. 1988)
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Dr Al Neami said a 24/7 hotline service would be made available in two weeks to cater to the pilgrims.
Al Neami added that the UAE will continue to develop educational forums and events that priorities teachers and the future generations of the country.
The Poinda petit chef, Tea Antoine's nephew and spokesperson, Oue Auguste Goroepata, was the son of Neami stockman, Boro Poindet Goroepata, and himself a stockman as in turn was his son (see below).
As well as almost all being stockmen, Kone's first rive Kanak municipal councillors all had important administrative functions, as grand chef of Baco (Wabealo) and as petits chefs of Koniambo (Parairouha), Noelly (Gorohouna), Ateou (Goroerewan), Poinda and Neami (Goroepata).
(34) The delimitation of the grand chefs own private block drew similar complaints from the inhabitants of Neami (which echo the dispute documented by Halbert in 1914--see above).
The state government is paying Neami to run short stay, residential services in government-owned facilities at Broken Hill and Dubbo hospitals.
NSWNMA General Secretary Brett Holmes says government funding to Neami has reduced the funds available to improve government-run mental health services.
"The Neami contracts should be viewed in the context of the state government's all-round effort to privatise health services," he said.
Neami claims to be "introducing a new model of recovery-oriented care to NSW" known as the "Collaborative Recovery Model" developed by the University of Wollongong.
Neami says it has already achieved success in reducing the number of people "experiencing acute distress and requiring hospitalisation."