Thorne Harbour Health
Thorne Harbour Health was formed in 1983 as a central part of the Victorian community response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. From the beginning they have used a social model of health which is aligned with the Ottawa Charter which determines that all people have the right to increase control over and improve their health.
The success of Thorne Harbour Health in responding to the HIV epidemic and advocating for the rights of the gender and sexually diverse has only been possible through the involvement of the broader community.
Whether you want to join the hundreds of volunteers that make up 90% of Thorne Harbour Health ‘s workforce, become a member , or you want to financially support them by making a donation or fundraising, there are plenty of ways you can get involved. Get in touch with them today to find out more!