The IGA East Row House Program launched at Calvary Hospital

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THE IGA East Row House (IGAERH) Project has started at Calvary Hospital.

The program is intended to minimise ?nancial hardship by providing quality and affordable or free accommodation to visiting families who are seeking medical treatment in Canberra.

This program will provide support for the visiting families through a referral system by the Canberra Hospital and by Calvary Health-Care ACT. From advocacy, consultation, referrals and the coordination of accommodation, the IGAERH program is committed to assist these families.

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