Organisations

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    CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation

    CAAPS is a community controlled Aboriginal Corporation that supports people and families through services that reflect our values of caring, openness, respect and empowerment.

    CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation delivers a range of important community services to people and their families in the Northern Territory.

    Youth Services – Residential.

    Therapeutic programs are delivered within two modalities and include an individual Intensive Assessment Program (IAP) that includes comprehensive psychological assessment, case planning, education and recreation programs for  young people aged between 12 and 17 years. Some young people may progress on to the Substance Treatment Program (STP) for a longer period in a residential setting that is also tailored to the individual needs of each young person. There is an option for young people to enter the program with a family member or support person. Self referrals are welcome.

    Healthy Families Residential Rehabilitation Program

    A twelve-week residential treatment program providing services to primarily Aboriginal people and their families who are suffering the impact of alcohol or other drug use. Self referrals are welcome.

    ‘Strong Steps’ – Coolalinga (drop-in AOD counselling service)

    A fee free service based in Darwin’s rural area offering counselling and information to individuals and families experiencing issues with alcohol and other drugs.

    Darrandirra – Child and Family Centre (CFC)
    Darrandirra is currently operating on an outreach basis.
    For all children, youth, and families in Darwin’s Northern Suburbs. Darrandirra aims to assist and support families experiencing or at risk of vulnerability to address their needs, strengthen community leadership and capacity to support families to raise children. No matter what support you require or what service you are already connected with, you can still be supported by Darrandirra.

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    Calvary Community Care

    Calvary Community Care is in three locations in the Northern Territory: Darwin, Alice Springs and the Tiwi Islands.

    Our services include:

    • Commonwealth Home Support Programs
    • Domestic Assistance
    • Personal Care
    • Community Transport
    • Allied Health & Therapy Services
    • Home Maintenance (Lawn Mowing & Gardening)
    • Goods Equipment & Assistive Technology
    • Social Support – Individual
    • Veteran’s Homecare (DVA)
    • NDIS services
    • In-Home Nursing Services – fee-for service
    • Community Aged Care Packages
    • Short Term Restorative Care (STRC)
    • Transitional Care Program (TCP)
    • Flexible Community Care (Flexi Care – Tiwi Islands)
    • Meals on Wheels – Tiwi Islands
    • Residential Respite Care – Tiwi Islands

    For more details on how Calvary Community Care can offer support call 1300 66 00 22, visit https://www.calvarycommunitycare.org.au or email ccc@calvarycare.org.au

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    Camp Quality Northern Territory

    Camp Quality’s purpose is to create a better life for every child living with cancer in Australia. We are committed to delivering national programs that build resilience and optimistic behaviours for all children (0-13 years) living with cancer in Australia.

     

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    Cancer Council NT

    Provides information and support for anyone affected by cancer and provides public education to increase awareness and prevention of cancer. A breast-care nurse and an ostomy service are also available.

    Turbans, breast prostheses and mastectomy brassieres are available for purchase.

    Education and in-service sessions for work places and schools are also provided.

     

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    Canteen Creek Owairtilla Association

    Community Centre

    The Centre provides social & recreational activities for the local community.

    Community Development Employment Program(CDEP)

    The program provides unemployed indigenous adults and young people 15 years old or over with employment placement and skills acquisition including accredited training and links to apprenticeships and traineeships. Employment projects and activities are chosen by local indigenous communities or distinct groups of indigenous people within a community. The training wage received by participants is equivalent to the appropriate unemployment benefit.

     

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    Carers NT

    Carers NT is A Not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of carers in the Northern Territory.

    Carers are people who provide unpaid care & support to family & friends living with disability, chronic or terminal illness, mental illness, drug or alcohol issues or someone who is frail and aged.

    Carers NT is inclusive of all carers and the people they care for, no matter their age, background, ethnicity, religious beliefs or sexual orientation.

    Our vision is to have a community in which carers are recognised and valued as a significant asset in which they have access to timely and appropriate services.

    We do this by promoting awareness of carers with government funders and the broader community and by giving carers and the person they care for access to services like respite, counselling, music therapy, volunteer support, peer support, advice and information, education and advocacy.

    The mental health team at Carers NT offers education and training resources and skills for carers to help them sustain their caring role.  We do this by facilitating Accredited Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Self-Destructive Behaviour workshops which enables carers to identify signs of an impending mental health issue or crisis and provides the tools to assist in increasing the carer’s awareness in mental health, suicide prevention and behavioural issues.

    These services help carers build their own capacity and ease some of the pressure for them and their families.

     

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    Carpentaria Disability Services

    Carpentaria provides Disability and Therapy Services for children, adolescents and adults. Programs include Independent Living (short, medium and long term accommodation programs), Pathways Program (individual activities focused on goals and outcomes as well as employment and training opportunities) and Allied Health therapy programs (including Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Psychology). We deliver innovative and flexible services to empower people to thrive and live a great life, and are committed to a philosophy that respects the rights of individuals to make informed choices about their lives.

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    CatholicCare NT

    CatholicCare NT is a not-for-profit organisation that has been operating in the Northern Territory for over 25 years. We provide programs and services to individuals, couples, families, children, groups, schools and agencies across the Northern Territory.

    CatholicCare NT provides programs and services in Darwin, Palmerston, Malak, Katherine, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs, Tiwi, Wadeye, Nauiyu (Daly River), Jabiru, Maningrida, Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa), Finke, Titjikala, Ali Curung and APY Lands.

    Our programs and services include:

    Counselling and separation services
    Mental health counselling and services
    Parenting support
    Alcohol and other drugs counselling
    Crime victims counselling
    Family and domestic violence prevention programs
    Financial wellbeing and capability programs
    Housing support services
    Employment and community development programs
    Youth programs
    NDIS support
    Advocacy services

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    Central Australian Aboriginal Alcohol Programmes Unit (CAAAPU)

    Counselling & Alcohol-Awareness Program

    Provides counselling, alcohol-awareness education, life skills and an after-care program for indigenous people with alcohol An outreach day-care alcohol-awareness program is available for indigenous men and women with alcohol problems. Individuals are able to attend the centre during the day to participate in the programs undertaken by residents in the residential treatment program.

    Outreach Programs

    Outreach school, community and prison programs are available for indigenous children, young people and adults with alcohol problems. This includes follow-up services for people who have completed the residential treatment program.

    Residential Treatment Program

    An eight-week residential treatment program for indigenous people with alcohol problems. The program also assists residents to give up cigarettes and cannabis drug use.

     

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    Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC)

    Central Australian Congress has over 40 years of experience providing primary health care for Aboriginal people living in Central Australia. The organisation’s comprehensive range of culturally appropriate services and programs care for the social, emotional, cultural and physical health and well being of Aboriginal people.

     

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    Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU)

    CAAFLU provides culturally appropriate legal and support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have experienced or are experiencing domestic and family violence or sexual assault.

    • legal advice and representation
    • advocacy
    • information
    • referrals
    • support

    CAAFLU’s Legal Services

    Family violence and Sexual Assault

    • Advice and court representation with domestic violence order (DVO) applications including variations and extensions
    • Assist victims in talking with police and understanding the court process
    • Assist victims in monitoring offender’s criminal proceedings and DVO breaches
    • Victims register applications

    Victims of Crime Compensation

    • Applications including increase and review applications for compensation

    Child Protection

    • Advice and legal representation to parents and/or extended family about their rights in relation to children
    • Care plan meetings
    • Negotiate with Territory Families in relation to contact
    • Family placement, kinship carers and reunification

    Family law/Parenting Matters (only where family violence exists)

    • Representation and advice on parents and family rights in relation to children
    • Court representation
    • Representation at mediation and referrals

    CAAFLU’s Support Services

    General Client Support

    • Client referrals to and support in accessing other services including medical, counselling, accommodation, financial and other relevant services
    • Crisis intervention including liaison with police, medical, accommodation and financial services
    • Safety planning
    • Arrange and prioritize the use of interpreters
    • Cultural advising/brokering
    • Housing support though assisting with priority housing applications, support letters and gathering supporting documentation
    • Providing information to other local services about legal issues related to family violence and sexual assault

    Community Legal Education

    CAAFLU develops and delivers community legal education to government agencies, non-government organisations, schools and other community stakeholders.

    Policy and Law Reform

    CAAFLU contributes to relevant policy and law reform initiatives on both a state and federal level.

    Organising and Engaging in Events both locally and nationally to raise awareness about family violence and to promote change in our community

     

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    Central Australian Affordable Housing Company (CAAHC)

    Provides Housing via a waiting list. Not emergency housing. Targeted to working Aboriginal people and/or Aboriginal Seniors over 50.

     

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    Central Australian Community Toy Library

    Baby Capsule Hire

    Baby capsules for transport of infants up to six months of age are available for hire to families.

    Families Playgroup

    Social and recreational activities are provided for infants, toddlers and preschool children from 0 to 3 years old and for their parents or carers.

    Three-Year-Old Kindy

    Social and recreational activities are provided for three-year old preschool children.

    Toy Library

    A family lending library of educational toys and equipment that are fun to play with and assist infants’ and children’s cognitive, perceptual and physical development.

    Toys and party packs can be hired for special events.

     

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    Central Australian Remote Health Development Services (CARHDS)

    CARHDS is a unique service as it is the only training and development organisation in Central Australia whose primary focus is on remote health services.

    Remote Health Development Services

    The Central Australian Remote Health Development Service develops the capacity of Aboriginal people and health professionals to improve community health outcomes and to increase effective Aboriginal control over primary health care service delivery.

    The service provides accredited and non-accredited health-development education and resources in remote areas of the Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

    In-Service Primary Health-Care Education

    In-service health education and training are available to meet the needs of Aboriginal Health Workers/Practitioners & Aboriginal staff and board members associated with the health clinics and medical centres.

     

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    Central Australian Supported Accommodation Central Australia (CASA)

    CASA provides a range of living options for people with an intellectual disability including variety of transitional living options, short term respite placements, training and development within areas specific to client needs and a variety of permanent and independent supported accommodation options for people with an intellectual disability.

    Independent Living Options

    A support program to assist adults with intellectual disabilities to live independently in their own housing.

    Respite Service

    A respite service for clients in order to assist families andcarers of adults with intellectual disabilities.

    Supported Accommodation Options

    Provides supported accommodation options for adults withintellectual disabilities. Group-home and independent-living options are available.

     

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