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    Carpentaria Disability Services

    Carpentaria Therapy Services

    Allied Health services for children, young people and adults with a range of requirements in urban and remote areas. Our therapists incorporate a multi-disciplinary team including Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Psychologists.

    Adult Day Program

    Provides person-centred day service activities for adults with a disability, to enable participation in community life and development ofΒ  abilities within a broad range of life experiences. We support people aged 17 and above with high and low support needs and offer a variety of centre-based and community activities.

    Short Term Accommodation / Respite

    Provides respite services for urban and remote families of children and adults who have disabilities and high support needs with planned, regular support in a home setting with peers and support people, where participants enjoy community access activities such as swimming, horse riding, bbqs and picnics.

     

    Supported Independent Living

    Provides full time person-centred support and accommodation to enable people with a disability Β to access and enjoy a safe, comfortable and fulfilling life in their home and in the community.

     

    Support Coordination

    Carpentaria offers Support Coordination services to assist in the implementation of NDIS plans, ensuring that individuals are able to find and connect with the services and supports they require.

    As an independent, membership-driven, not-for-profit association, we work with our members to support and strengthen AOD service delivery for people who experience harmful substance use in the NT.

    Our mission is to build and maintain a strong, sustainable and culturally diverse Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) sector that works together to reduce alcohol and other drug related harm across the Northern Territory.

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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 familyΒ 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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    Central Australian Women’s Legal Service

    Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) delivers a holistic, culturally safe, trauma informed legal service for women. Our team can help with information about legal issues, legal advice and representation, referral to support services, community legal education and law reform advocacy.

     

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    Central Australian Women’s Legal Service

    Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) delivers a holistic, culturally safe, trauma informed legal service for women. Our team can help with information about legal issues, legal advice and representation, referral to support services, community legal education and law reform advocacy.

    Special concern is extended to women who are affected by domestic violence, living in remote communities or unable to afford access to other legal services.

    Our core work focuses on legal advice and representation, however we also provide many additional services. These services include β€˜wrap around’ support such as court support, free workshops on ‘Responding to Domestic Violence and Coercive Control’, community legal education, health justice partnerships, mentoring law students, advocacy and submissions on law reform and our recently launched ‘migration advice’ service.

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    Central Land Council

    The Central Land Council (CLC) is a Commonwealth Government Statutory authority established under theΒ Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976Β operating over the southern half of the Northern Territory – an area of 776,549 square kilometres. With more than 250 employees, and at least half Aboriginal employees, the CLC is the peak Aboriginal body for Central Australia and a Native Title Representative Body under theΒ Native Title Act 1993.

    The CLC provides traditional owners with advice, advocacy and practical assistance to support their aspirations, have their rights as landowners recognised and in the sustainable use and management of their land. We strive to represent the interests of the traditional landowners and other Aboriginal people resident in our region on a wide range of land-based and socio-political issues.

    Our Council seeks to improve the lives and futures of all Aboriginal constituents through sustainable development and change. Together with Legal, Anthropological, Land Management and Mining services we operate successful Community Development (CD) andΒ Ranger Programs with ranger groups based in ten Aboriginal communities across the CLC region.

     

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    Centre for Remote Health (CRH)

    Clinical Training

    Provides remote clinical training and rural placements for medical students from Flinders University and other Australian universities.

    Remote Health

    Provides health education and undertakes research and evaluation relating to health in remote indigenous communities.

     

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    Child Australia

    Child Australia has grown from an organisation focused on the inclusion of children with additional needs in early childhood settings to one that delivers an interdependent network of activities designed to achieve the best long-term outcomes for our community’s children. Placing the child at the centre of our support model. Child Australia’s activities include programs that support parents and families as children’s first teachers; the delivery of exemplar services in the education and care of children; professional development and support services to enhance the quality of care in early and middle childhood settings and a crucial role in sector leadership and advocacy.

     

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    Child Wise

    Child Wise is a social enterprise that provides child safety training, consultancy and accreditation services to organisations where children and young people spend time. Our purpose is to build the capacity of management, staff and volunteers to keep children safe in their care according to the highest standards. Established in 1991, Child Wise has over 25 years of experience specialising in preventing, and responding to, child abuse. In Australia, Child Wise pioneered the use of Child Safety Standards as a best practice model based on the principles of capacity building and prevention, that aim to create and maintain a culture where child safety is front of mind. We work with organisations of all sizes, across a range of different industries to achieve our mission.Β 

     

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