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OUR VISION
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We envision a healthy future for our sex, sexuality and gender diverse communities — a future without HIV, where all people live with dignity and wellbeing.

OUR MISSION
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  • We devise and deliver effective community-driven health and wellbeing programs.
  • We advocate to reduce stigma and discrimination.

OUR VALUES
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Leadership

We are responsive to our communities and encourage leadership at all levels of our work.

Diversity

We respect and celebrate the diversity within our communities.

Inclusion

We value being inclusive in all aspects of our work.

Justice

We are committed to equal rights, health equity and recognition of social and economic inequality.

Courage

We stand up for what is right and take considered risks to learn and grow.

Optimism

We are optimistic for each other and for the future.

OUR GOALS
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  • Expand the reach and impact of our programs
  • Exercise trusted leadership
  • Develop our people and our community
  • Build a flexible and innovative organisation for the future

Useful Links & Resources

Thorne Harbour Health 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

Launched at the 35th anniversary of the organisation, There for Us is the first strategic plan as Thorne Harbour Health affirming the organisation's ongoing commitment to addressing HIV alongside LGBTI health and wellbeing.

Thorne Harbour Health 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

Thorne Harbour Health has a long, rich and diverse history, working with and for LGBTI communities and people living with or affected by HIV. This is reflected in the principles that govern and underpin the way we work.

Quality and Accreditation

We are accredited under the QIC Health and Community Services (QIC) Standards and the Rainbow Tick Standards.

QIP - QIC Accredited Symbol

QIP - Rainbow Tick Accredited Symbol

Working Collaboratively

Our commitment to consumer and community participation as well as our framework to ensure its practical application is articulated through our Consumer and Community Participation Policy (v 1.2).

We deliver accessible and responsive programs in collaboration with others in our communities.

The VAC Constitution and GMHC Constitution are key governance documents that outline our purpose and guide how the association operates. These documents and accompanying by-laws can be downloaded or viewed via the links below.

Consumer and Community Participation Policy

PDF 205.5 KB

Victorian AIDS Council Constitution

PDF 188.5 KB

Gay Men's Health Centre Constitution

PDF 184.7 KB

VAC/GMHC - By-law 01/2017 - regarding eligibility for Board

PDF 92.0 KB

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