Another option is the subway.
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We got off at time square 42nd st which is about a min walk to the ameritania 54th st :. If you're flying into LGA, and want to experience NYC's public transit, it's an easy ride into the city on the E train, which has a stop just a short walk from the Ameritania.
The Ameritania is NW just one block up and west. If you've never used a Metrocard to get around, you're missing out.
Flying in to JFK or Newark is a little more involved, but still easy to do. Use MTA's trip planner for more information, or download the APP for even more detailed information, including real time schedules.
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Jerry M. This can in part be attributed to the lack of understanding of Aboriginal peoples, culture and worldview by mental health practitioners and service providers Bishop, et al.
In , Yuat Nyoongar man Dr Michael Wright commenced a project to begin the process of addressing this disconnect between Nyoongar peoples and mental health services in the South East Metropolitan region of Perth. The project is located on Wadjuk boodja , one of the fourteen regions that cover the lower South West of Western Australia. The Looking Forward project is based upon four ethical principles that provide the foundations for working with Nyoongar peoples; securing trust, creating relationship, sustaining commitment, and working partnerships Wright et al.
Dr Wright and his project team have been working closely with Nyoongar families, community members, and service providers to identify and understand the needs of Nyoongar families living with mental health and drug and alcohol concerns, and factors which make a mental health or drug and alcohol service culturally secure for Nyoongar families.
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From listening to stories told by Nyoongar people, it is clear that Nyoongar families need non-Aboriginal people to recognise, understand and show respect for Nyoongar cultural practices, knowledge and history. One of the Elders commented that getting to know wadjellas, thereby involving them in the process of cultural learning, was like breaking down a wall of ignorance and lack of knowledge. Until you get to know each other then there will always be some obstacles. So this is one of the reasons why we take the time to know each other.