About  Us


InComPro was established in 2001 to provide a range of culturally appropriate services to the Aboriginal people, organisations and communities in South Australia. The name InComPro is an abbreviation of Indigenous Community Professionals.

Founding company proprietors, Steven Newchurch and Jason Bromley identified a need for high-quality support services aimed at Aboriginal communities. As leading members of their respective families, both Steven and Jason have been involved in service delivery in their communities and began by running small programs with a focus on family support.

InComPro expanded in 2008 to welcome Ron Newchurch who brought a new perspective to the services offered by InComPro including the introduction of youth camps. InComPro continued to operate on a small scale providing services for Aboriginal people who had suffered with substance abuse issues and mental illness. This led to the engagement of Darrien Bromley, individually contributing clinical expertise in the community controlled health sector.

Tim Ritchie and Klynton Wanganeen joined the InComPro Board in 2012 offering experience in vocational education and employment as well as extensive expertise in governance, community engagement and politics on a state and national level.

With a complete line-up of experienced and dedicated staff, InComPro has grown to include cultural intervention in health and educational services, culturally appropriate governance and financial and management services.

Our Vision & Values

The provision of culturally customised services, systems and solutions throughout the community, to achieve economic autonomy and cultural freedom by Indigenous Community Professionals.

InComPro is committed to providing high quality programs and services in a culturally safe and respectful manner to Aboriginal people, communities and organisations.

Vision Statement

Leading the way for Aboriginal futures

Mission Statement

InComPro is a group of Aboriginal Community Professionals providing a range of focussed and expert services and products designed to achieve desired outcomes for Aboriginal people. We Make It Happen.


InComPro is committed to:

  • Creating greater access, equity and cultural inclusiveness in service delivery
  • Facilitating a supportive environment for workers both professionally and culturally
  • Accountability to the Aboriginal community through consultation and feedback
  • Taking a learning approach to improved services
  • Sustainable partnerships through collaboration, cooperation and communication


To ensure that we achieve our vision, the priorities and strategies to empower Aboriginal individuals and communities are:

  • Maintaining quality and best practice
  • Engaging in continuous improvement systems
  • Delivering on quality assurance outcomes
  • Consumer and stakeholder program evaluation
  • Engaging in evidence-based research and innovation processes
  • Advocating for positive client outcomes
  • Accommodation
    • Supported accommodation
  • Client case management and coordination
  • Community support and re-engagement
    • Disability community support
    • Mental health
    • Kinship family support
    • Cultural support/stabilisation
    • Emergency intervention and response
  • Youth services
    • ICAN case management
    • FLO approved programs
    • Leadership and mentoring
  • Complex client service delivery
    • Partners in recovery (PIR)
    • Forensic mental health
  • Ongoing networking within the industry
  • Developing a communication strategy
  • Identifying and building strategic relationships and alliances
  • Building partnerships with stakeholders of the clients
  • Developing training packages for delivery across the industry
  • Finance and management
    • Strategic planning
    • Strategic reviews
    • Research
    • Project management
    • Systems support
  • Governance
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Facilitation
    • Leadership/mentoring
    • Public speaking
  • Industry standard training
  • Training and employment pathways
  • Employee mentoring

Our Board

InComPro’s professional Board of Directors brings collective years of experience working with marginalised individuals throughout the human services industry. We work closely with Aboriginal people and their families to resolve service delivery issues within the cultural context. The Board brings experience and expertise from government and non-government departments, mental health services, disability, corrections (Aboriginal offender programs), juvenile justice (young people under the guardianship of the Minister), and youth intervention/leadership programs.

Darrien Bromley

About Darrien

Darrien is a direct descendent of the Adnyamathanha and Narungga Aboriginal communities of South Australia and the Yarluyandi community of the Simpson Desert and south-west region of Queensland.

He has maintained a close personal and working relationship with the Adelaide and Murray River communities for most of his life.

Darrien’s career has included project management and coordination at a state and national level as well as corporate and managerial roles within the Aboriginal community controlled health sector. He is a Justice of the Peace and has held executive positions on numerous Aboriginal community boards of management.

Ron Newchurch

About Ron

Ron brings a variety of skills and expertise to the InComPro Board. He has held positions in government agencies such as Families and Youth Services, Aboriginal Lands Trust and the Aboriginal Housing Authority.

His management expertise has been acquired through the ownership of small businesses across industries including commercial fishing, oyster farming, land based aquaculture, horticulture and bush foods.

Ron lends his advanced skills and knowledge as a sought-after consultant to government and Indigenous agencies. You might also find him tending to his thriving herb and market garden.

Christine Brown

Christine Brown

Christine Brown, a dedicated and resilient individual whose journey embodies commitment and service.

Originally from the Northern Territory, Christine has called Adelaide home since 2003. Her career in Project Management within the Commonwealth government has been marked by a focus on improving Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.

She’s played key roles in refining strategic plans, ensuring adherence to funding contracts, and contributing to policy development. Her impact has extended to various sectors, including disability, Indigenous education policy, health, and aged care.

Christine’s path has included managing the Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Women’s Shelter before pursuing legal studies. Today, she serves as the Project-Lead for the SA Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation Network (SAACCON), advocating for Indigenous organizations at the government level.

Her academic achievements include a Master in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Law Degree, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. Although her legal career took an unexpected turn, her skills in leadership, research, advocacy, and more remain invaluable.

As a Board Member, Christine is dedicated to leveraging her skills and passion for Indigenous advocacy, making a meaningful impact on the communities we serve.”

Stephen Bromley

About Steven

Stephen is an Adnyamathanha, Narungga, Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi man who has lived in Adelaide for the majority of his life.

Stephen’s qualifications include a Graduate Certificate in Management (Learning), Advanced Diploma in Community Services Management and a Diploma in Employment Services.

Stephen’s previous employment at the SA Native Title Service saw him engage with many of South Australia’s Aboriginal cultural groups to assist them to attend native title meetings at various locations throughout the state, including remote areas. A highlight of Stephen’s career at SANTS was the day that the Wangkangurru Yarluyandi people’s native title rights and interests were recognised in the The Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi Native Title Claim determination of 3 October 2014. The Consent Determination was held at Birdsville, Qld.

Stephen brings more than 10 years’ experience in governance matters, coordinating large meetings and community negotiations. These skills will benefit InComPro’s Board of Management.

Joanne Newchurch

About Joanne

Joanne is a current member of the board who carries a wealth of experience and knowledge in the education and youth fields and brings her enthusiasm and passion for change in the Aboriginal community.

She has worked in the Education Department for over 10 years and has sat on a number of local committees and groups to influence change and transformation into the current systems and processes for Aboriginal children.

She also has a keen interest in the Disability, mental Health and youth sectors where she is able to bring her skills and experience to help drive and develop programs. Joanne holds a number of qualifications in the community services and education.

Klynton Wanganeen

About Klynton


The provision of culturally customised services, systems and solutions throughout the community, to achieve economic autonomy and cultural freedom by Indigenous Community Professionals.


Contact us

Shop 7, 41 Bagster Road
Salisbury North SA 5108


(08) 7324 5072

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