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    The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army Australia is an international Christian movement, united by faith and giving hope where it’s needed most. Across Australia – in cities, country towns and rural communities – our work touches every demographic and age group. Β We’re involved in national issues while also bringing hope to people who may be experiencing hardship or injustice.

     

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    The Smith Family

    The Smith Family is a national, independent children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves.

     

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    Thirrili

    Thirrili Ltd is a not for profit organisation which aims to contribute to the broader social wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people:

    • reducing the high rates of suicide through the delivery of a critical response service to support individuals and families affected by a suicide or other traumatic incidents
    • providing social support, practical assistance and advocacy support to affected individuals and families
    • building the capacity of local communities and service providers to care for and respond to social disadvantage, including suicides and traumatic incidents in their community
    • strengthening individual, family and community resilience and social wellbeing, and
    • contribute to addressing the social disadvantage needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities

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    Top End Medical Centre

    At Top End Medical Centre, we believe that friendly and reliable care for the whole family should be available to everyone.

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    Top End Mental Health Consumer Organisation (TEMHCO)

    Top End Mental Health Consumer Organisation Supports people living with mental illness through friendship and understanding.

    TEMHCO promotes mental health & wellbeing and encourages life-skills development and the reduction of stigma surrounding mental illness.

    Centre-based and community-based activities are offered in partnership with other service providers.

    Education, information and advocacy are also provided.

     

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    Top End Women’s Legal Service (TEWLS)

    The Top End Women’s Legal Service (TEWLS) is a community legal centre focused on the advancement of women’s rights.

    Established in 1996 following the Australian Law Reform Commission’s Inquiry into Equality before the Law, TEWLS is a not for profit specialist women’s legal service providing free legal services for women in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Our purpose is to advocate to achieve justice for women, to promote women’s human rights, and to redress inequalities experienced by women. TEWLS is funded by the Commonwealth Department’s of the Attorney General and Prime Minister and Cabinet, with additional contributions received from the Northern Territory Government and via pro bono partnerships. We provide high quality, responsive and culturally appropriate legal advice, casework and representation, community legal education, and advocacy in the areas of civil and family law to women living in the Greater Darwin region. TEWLS is able to provide free legal advice to all women, or persons identifying as women, regardless of their circumstances.

    TEWLS’ vision is a community in which women enjoy and are entitled to legal and social justice.Β 

    TEWLS provides a vital role for women in the Top End. At an individual level, the service responds to and facilitates women’s experiences and realities on a personal basis, with specialist holistic information, referral, advice, casework and community legal education services. At a systemic level, client’s collective experiences establish a salient foundation and platform for informed service advocacy and systemic improvement via law reform submissions.

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    Topend Care Services (TECS)

    Top End Care Services(TECS) has been formed with a core mission to provide specialized services to all our clients. We have developed an outstanding service reputation and we guarantee our world-class services at the most competitive price in the market.

    TECS is a leading services provider specialized in providing Respite care & Home Care Services. TECS has made its place as a reliable services provider among the top-notch providers in Australia.

    Our core values of integrity, client satisfaction, and innovation differentiate us from our competitors. The difference with TECS is our dedication to client satisfaction and to our community.

    OUR SERVICES:

    102 Assist Access Maintain Employment
    103 Assist Prod – Pers Care Safety
    104 High intensity daily personal activities
    107 Assist Personal Activities
    108 Assist Travel/Transport
    112 Assistive Equipment Recreation
    114 Community Nursing Care
    115 Daily Tasks/Shared Living
    116 Innovative Community Participation
    117 Development Life Skills
    120 Household Tasks
    123 Assistive Prod – Household Task
    125 Participate Community

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    Topend Care Services (TECS)

    Top End Care Services(TECS) has been formed with a core mission to provide specialized services to all our clients. We have developed an outstanding service reputation and we guarantee our world-class services at the most competitive price in the market.

    TECS is a leading services provider specialized in providing Respite care & Home Care Services. TECS has made its place as a reliable services provider among the top-notch providers in Australia.

    Our core values of integrity, client satisfaction, and innovation differentiate us from our competitors. The difference with TECS is our dedication to client satisfaction and to our community.

    Our Services:
    102 Assist Access Maintain Employment
    103 Assist Prod – Pers Care Safety
    104 High intensity daily personal activities
    107 Assist Personal Activities
    108 Assist Travel/Transport
    112 Assistive Equipment Recreation
    114 Community Nursing Care
    115 Daily Tasks/Shared Living
    116 Innovative Community Participation
    117 Development Life Skills
    120 Household Tasks
    123 Assistive Prod – Household Task
    125 Participate Community

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    Total Recreation NT

    Provides sport and recreational opportunities for adults, young people and children over 9 years old with intellectual, psychiatric or physical disabilities or acquired brain injury. Services include adult group programs, youth programs and individual programs that assist with gaining access to chosen sports.

    Programs focus on developing independence.

     

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    Uniting Church in Australia-Northern Synod

    Community Services Statement

    The Northern Synod endorses the Uniting Church in Australia’s commitment to the people of Australia by supporting individuals, families and communities through effective social policy, advocacy and community service provision.

    The Northern Synod commits itself to strongly supporting and working with Somerville Community Services Inc, Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc., Congregations and Frontier Services. Synod believes it is important to continually explore other areas of community need.

    Social Justice Statement

    The Northern Synod supports the Uniting Church in Australia stance on social justice issues. We believe God brings justice to the oppressed and calls on people of faith to care for the strangers and aliens in their midst as they care for each other.

    Jesus calls us to be a neighbour to those who are victims of violence, persecution, and poverty. Caring for our neighbour in need is a response to the grace of God.

    Jesus reminds us that our love for him is to be expressed in our actions toward each other.

    The Gospel calls us to help those who are in need including outcasts and strangers, those who are sick or homeless, and those who are in prison. Our righteousness before God is determined by how we treat these vulnerable people.

    Guiding Values

    We are committed to justice and have a vision of a world where people live together with care and respect.

    We believe that Christians are called to bring to life God’s vision for the world, a call we can fulfill in part through social justice advocacy and providing community services to those in need.

    We will fulfill the promises made to the nation by the inaugural Assembly.

    Guiding Principles

    We will work to uphold human rights, and the safety and well-being of all people.

    We will treat all people with respect and dignity.

    We will not discriminate against people and we will be culturally sensitive in our language and through our actions.

    We will hope and work for a nation whose goals are guided by concern for the well-being of people everywhere.

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    Variety the Children’s Charity

    Variety – the Children’s Charity supports kids and families who are facing many challenges through sickness, disadvantage or living with Special Needs.

    Our work allows kids to gain mobility, to get out and about in the community, to communicate, achieve independence and increase their self-esteem. We make sure the kids who miss out, can always join in.

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    Venture Housing Company Ltd

    Venture Housing Company Ltd (β€˜Venture’), a company limited by guarantee is a β€˜For Purpose’ (not-for-profit), housing provider of safe and affordable housing options for Territorians.

    Venture focuses on providing rental housing for low to moderate income earners in the Territory who are struggling to find a home. There is a strong emphasis on targeting key workers vital to the Territory’s economy, such as those in the retail, hospitality and trade sectors.

    Venture also provides and manages housing for seniors and is working towards innovative solutions to the provision of housing for disadvantaged groups in the community. To achieve this, Venture works with a number of stakeholders including the Northern Territory Government, the private sector and other non-government organisations through partnerships to deliver housing projects

     

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    Veterans Australia NT (VANT)

    We are a non for profit organisation representing the veteran community of the Northern Territory.

    Opening: 3rd Sunday of every month – Monthly meetings

    Tuesday mornings 10am-12 Trauma Teddy group

    Friday mornings Advocacy services 10am-12pm

    Our core values are to:

    • promote veterans and families health and well-being
    • provide compensation and welfare Advocates who work in the Community of Practise
    • represent Territory veterans at NT Government level
    • support local schools and other community groups

    We conduct regular monthly meetings atΒ Reg Hillier HouseΒ where issues important to Veterans, serving & ex-serving members of the ADF and their families are discussed.

    We also have BBQ get-togethers to invite friends and family to have an afternoon out and a bit of a yarn with fellow vets.

    We welcome veteran visitors from interstate to all of our meetings and events.

    History

    Initially VVAA Β (Vietnam Veterans) NT Rural Sub Branch, incorporated in 2001, our priority was to provide support and assistance to the Vietnam veteran community.

    Over the course of time we recognised the need to assist younger veterans and their families and changed the VVAA NT Sub Branch constitution to allow membership to all veterans.

    As a reflection of this, members felt that a name change would reflect the nature of our membership, so in late 2017 we became Veterans Australia NT. The history of beginning as a Vietnam veterans group will always be valued and remembered.

    Advocacy

    VANT provides an advocacy services including welfare and compensation assistance.

     

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    Victims of Crime NT

    We provide information, crisis counselling and referrals for other support services to any victim of crime, past or present.Β  We can also assist in the preparation of documentation such as Victim Impact Statements and applications for financial assistance where victims are eligible. When necessary we will also advocate on behalf of a victim of crime to other agencies such as police, government and non-government agencies. VoCNT are also able to offer support to victims of crime participating in Youth Justice Conferencing and Youth Diversion Programs.

    24hr Help Line – 1800 672 242

    This line is to be contacted in the event of a break-in in order for contractors to be contacted to re-secure or clean up a property. The phone line is a free call number Territory wide.

    Court Services

    For those victims feeling traumatised or overwhelmed by the court process we can provide a support person to accompany them to court.

    Safe at Home Program

    This program is targeted towards Territorians who are most at risk of unlawful entry or domestic violence and/or personal crime in local and remote communities by assisting to improve the security of their homes or housing.

    Re-Secure Program

    This Program is designed to assist victims of crime financially to re-secure their property following an unlawful entry.

    Public Education

    We can provide public education on issues related to victims of crime including presentations, workshops, seminars and media interviews. Β 

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    Volunteering NT

    Volunteering NT, a division of Volunteering SA&NT, is a not-for-profit organisation, the peak body for volunteering and a volunteer support service.

    We have led the volunteering sector in the Northern Territory since 2007.

    We work with, and support almost seventy thousand volunteers, and all volunteer involving organisations, creating positive volunteering experiences and strengthening communities.

    We believe volunteering makes the world a better place.

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