Organisations

  • National Heart Foundation, Northern Territory Division Logo
  • National Joblink (NJL) Logo
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    NDSP Plan Managers

    What We Do

    NDSP Plan Managers are a registered NDIS provider in all Australian states and territories, providing nationwide NDIS Plan Management services over the phone and email.

    Choice and Control

    Plan Management gives you the most choice and control when it comes to choosing providers, without the administrative burden of self-managing funds. Being Plan Managed means you can use both NDIS registered providers and non-registered providers allowing you to use who you want to provide supports.

    High Quality Service

    To make your NDIS journey stress free we consistently pay invoices within 3-5 business days allowing you to spend more time doing the things you love.

    Our experienced and friendly staff are always here to answer any questions you may have, to help you understand the NDIS to help you get the most out of your plan.

    Real Time Budget Access

    Our state of the art NAPPA portal allows you to easily track and view your plan spending, your remaining plan funds and all invoices NDSP have paid.

    To help make your NDIS journey easier call, 1800 63 63 77 or email [email protected]

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  • Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Womens Council Logo
  • Nhulunbuy Community Neighbourhood Centre Logo
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    North Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Service

    North Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Service provides legal assistance, referral and support for indigenous men, women, children and young people affected by family or domestic violence and sexual assault. NAAFVLS also focuses on raising community awareness and implementing prevention initiatives to address the problems of family violence.

     

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  • North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) Logo
  • North East Arnhem Health Educator Logo
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    Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council (NTAHC)

    We are the key non-government organisation working in the area of blood-borne viruses, education and support in the Northern Territory. We are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all Territorians living with blood-borne viruses. Our service delivery operates from a holistic approach in accordance with the objectives of the Ottawa Charter (1986), and guided by key national and Northern Territory policies and legislation.

    While the Northern Territory covers a large area (1.3 million square kilometres), it is sparsely populated with approximately 233,000 people, including a significant constituency of Aboriginal people. To provide effective coverage of this area, NTAHC has offices in Darwin and Alice Springs and a single, integrated management and program structure. This management approach provides for efficient, coordinated and integrated peer-based service delivery to the priority populations identified in the suite of national blood-borne virus strategies. NTAHC maintains strong links to services providing clinical care for people living with blood-borne viruses. Improving access to treatment is a critical factor in improving the health of people living with blood-borne viruses in the Northern Territory.

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    Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS)

    The Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS) is the peak body for the Social and Community Sector in the NT and an advocate for social justice on behalf of people and communities who may be affected by poverty and disadvantage.

    The NTCOSS team is located in both Darwin and Alice Springs, and for over 40 years has worked with its membership base, government and other stakeholders to strive for better outcomes for Territorians.

    NTCOSS represents a varied service sector, with members contributing different experiences and perspectives. The Community Sector in the NT is made up of community managed, non-government, not for profit organisations that work in social and community service delivery, sector development and advocacy.

    The Community Sector plays a vital role in creating social wellbeing for all Territorians and in building safe and healthy communities. The Sector provides services that enable people to access and participate in society, including health, education, employment, economic development and family and community life.

    NTCOSS members are central to our work and advocacy. As a representative voice of the Sector to government, NTCOSS seeks to strengthen the Sector so that it can continue providing its essential services to the NT community.

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  • Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition (NTMHC) Logo
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    Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services

    The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services (NTPFES) is a large and diverse organisation servicing the whole of the Northern Territory (NT), covering everything from densely populated urban areas to remote communities and large regions of native bushland. The population is equally diverse, with many different nationalities and cultures living and working in and throughout the NT.

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    Northern Territory Primary Health Network

    Northern Territory PHN is a not-for-profit organisation fully funded by the Australian Government to work closely with the primary health sector to develop better coordination, support the health workforce and introduce new health programs and services.

    Our vision is that people in the Northern Territory enjoy their best health and wellbeing. We achieve this by building strong local partnerships and directing resources to create a well-managed, high-quality primary health care system for Territorians.

    As the Territory’s Rural Workforce Agency (RWA NT), we also attract, recruit, educate and retain a professional primary health care workforce across the NT.

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    Northern Territory Stolen Generations Corporation (NTSGC)

    NT Stolen Generations was formally incorporated in 1998 to respond directly to the needs and concerns of members of the Stolen Generations, their families and communities through the following:

    • Provide emotional support, social wellbeing services and referral service for Stolen Generations members and their families/descendants in the Top End
    • Provide inter-generational activities on special occasions as part of a healing and identity strengthening process
    • Regularly inform members regarding any National issues affecting the Stolen Generations
    • Monitor and work towards implementing the 54 Recommendations from the Bringing Them Home Report

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    Northern Territory Working Women’s Centre (NTWWC)
    The NT Working Women’s Centre is a community based non-profit organisation with a mission to support women in the workplace. With offices in Darwin and Alice Springs, the Centre provides free and confidential advice to women about work-related matters.  Our staff have more than 20 years’ experience in industrial relations and workplace issues and are guided by feminist values to support and empower all women.  The NT Working Women’s Centre is an inclusive organisation that advocates for all women including those who have a disability, LBGTI, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and are from a culturally and linguistically diverse background. The Centre is governed by a management committee of volunteers and is funded by the Commonwealth Fair Work Ombudsman and the Northern Territory Department of Trade, Business and Innovation.

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