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    Childbirth Education Association (CEA)

    The Childbirth Education Association Darwin is a community based organisation which provides information and support for women and their families and promotes self- reliance and confidence in pregnancy, birth and parenting.Β  Β CEA provide support through education sessions, pre-natal and post-natal exercise classes; library and general resources.Β  Childbirth Education Association is also a community advocate for birthing services.

     

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    Children’s Ground

    We work with each child in every family in a community to realise their aspirations for the cultural, social and economic wellbeing of the next generation. Education and opportunity are at the very heart of our approach, which involves working with Traditional Custodians and Elders as they lead the way in implementing the Children’s Ground Platform.

    The Children’s Ground Integrated Learning and Wellbeing platform tackles the social, structural and economic determinants and inequities that currently underpin the devastating life experiences of children living in communities of extreme economic poverty. We respond to the multi-level influences on children’s development and life from pre-birth to 25 years.

    The service system is designed to create a safe environment for children and families. This is achieved by privileging Β and respecting the First Language of the individual well as their culture and identity. The culture and identity of a child is fundamental to their learning and wellbeing.

     

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    Community Justice Centre

    The Community Justice Centre (CJC) is a Northern Territory Government service that provides free, confidential and professional alternative dispute resolution services for the Territory. For almost two decades, the CJC has been working with individuals and communities to actively manage and resolve conflict in a range of dispute contexts.

    Our four service pillars are:
    – mediation services
    – restorative conferencing
    – community peacemaking; and
    – training and accreditation.

    The CJC is a Recognised Mediator Accreditation Body and actively promotes the training and development of nationally accredited mediators.

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    CORP Workplace Solutions

    You may have made contact with EASA (the provider of our Psychological services) in the past and may have been surprised by the depth of services we offer in the Organisational Services area. With encouragement from some of our valued customers we are ensuring that other workplaces are getting the opportunity to access these services too.

    CORP was created to meet the growing demand for a dedicated area specialising in support about a range of common challenges. We aim for a dedicated area for employees to explore their own development, and organisations to grow their employees.

    We felt that all too commonly Organisations were turning to the South for Services that we have been providing for over 30 years, our challenge is getting the word out. With the β€˜Tomorrow’s Territory’ promotion underway, Territory wide, our focus is for NT people to utilise NT services and learn that select local services can service the Territory just as good if not better than down South!
    The changing environment in which you operate poses opportunity, to do more with less, to create an adaptable, professional, flexible and skilled workforce to support organisational change and redesign.

    We’ve noticed engagement in our services, can be later in the change process and we are engaged in efforts to deal with unintended outcomes. The biggest challenge is engaging in reflection before change occurs as well as during the process. We aim to assist and support your Leadership in the change process. With our background and use of EASA’s psychological expertise we have a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw upon.

    EASA’s basis of psychological knowledge particularly in what we now know about the brain lifts our workshops return on investment. We’ve all attended training that hasn’t engaged us. Growth and development for an individual or an organisation has been researched extensively, this helps us understand whole brain thinking/planning at both the organisation and individual level.

    CORP knows that: β€œwe’ve always done it this way’’ relates to our comfort zones, that change or adaption is tough but often necessary in changing environments. Ask how CORP can support your progress and growth tapping into your resources and assisting you to lead.

    Services that CORP offers:

    • Mediation
    • Group Facilitation
    • Workplace Investigation
    • Conflict assessment
    • Conflict Coaching
    • Life Coaching
    • Management Coaching
    • Training
    • Exit Interviews
    • Psych testing
    • Charter of Agreed Behaviours

     

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    Corrugated Iron Youth Arts

    Arts Projects & Workshops

    Corrugated Iron undertakes projects, workshops and performances in areas such as dance, drama, music, circus and video to develop engagement with the arts and production & presentation skills.

    Community Partnerships

    Corrugated Iron undertakes partnerships with communities, indigenous agencies, schools [primary and secondary], and councils to develop creative projects and programs that develop young people’s creative capacity, self-expression and confidence.

    Training & Mentoring

    Corrugated Iron trains and mentors young creatives who wish to become teaching artists, graphic designers, and project workers, as well as mentoring artists developing community engagement capacity to work in urban, regional and remote settings.

     

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    COTA NT

    COTA NT is the peak body for seniors in the Northern Territory advocating on their behalf and dedicated to promoting their well-being since 1969.

    Now in its 50th year, COTA NT provides services, support and information including NT Seniors Card, Age Care Navigators, Seniors Month activities, multicultural programs and events including Seniors Expo.

     

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    CREATE Foundation

    CREATE Foundation is the national peak consumer body representing the voices of children and young people with an out-of-home care experience (including kinship care, foster care and residential care).

    CREATE Connect children and young people to each other, CREATE and their Community to Empower children and young people to build self-confidence, self-esteem, and skills that enable them to have a voice and be heard to Change the care system, in consultation with children and young people, through advocacy to improve policies, practices and services, and increase community awareness

     

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    Crisis Accommodation Gove Inc

    Crisis accommodation Gove provides the highest of client care, confidentiality and support to all women and children experiencing domestic or family violence in an environment that is non-discriminatory, participatory, and culturally respectful.

    The service is committed to promoting the health, wellbeing, and safety of all our clients and theirΒ families. A team of Support Workers and a Family & Children Support Worker provide 24/7 assistance.

     

     

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    Danila Dilba Health Service

    Danila Dilba Health Service is an Aboriginal community-controlled organisation providing culturally-appropriate, comprehensive primary health care and community services to Biluru (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) people in the Yilli Rreung (greater Darwin) region of the Northern Territory.

    Our Vision

    A society in which the health, well-being and quality of life of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is equal to that of non-Indigenous Australians.

    Our Mission

    To improve the physical, mental, spiritual, cultural and social well-being of the Biluru community of the Yilli Rreung Region through innovative comprehensive primary health care programs, community services and advocacy that are based on the principles of equity, access, empowerment, community self-determination and collaboration.

    Our Core Values

    The core values of Danila Dilba Health Service underpin our activities:

    • provision of and advocacy for services that are equitable, accessible, professional, high quality and responsive to local needs.
    • working with our community to ensure a culturally-appropriate environment that promotes safety, trust and respect
    • supporting a workplace culture based on honesty, integrity, fairness, transparency and accountability.

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    Danila Dilba Health Service

    Danila Dilba Health Service is an Aboriginal organisation providing culturally-appropriate, comprehensive primary health care and community services to Biluru (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) people in the Yilli Rreung (greater Darwin) region.

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    Darwin Aboriginal & Islander Women’s Shelter

    DAIWS provides safe and culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are homeless or escaping family violence.

    The services provided include support, referral, outreach and domestic violence crisis accommodation.

     

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    Darwin Accommodation Services

    DAS Accommodation and Support Services is a division of HPA that provides a wide range of support services to Territorians with disabilities with low to moderate support needs.

    We provide a range of skills training and services to encourage individuals to live in the least restrictive environment within the community.

    DAS provides this valuable outreach support, on a full-time, part-time basis, to approximately 35 people living independently in the community. These clients are living either in units rented from HPA, NT housing or privately owned dwellings situated in the Darwin and Palmerston regions.

    Disability Outreach Service

    An outreach service providing support for people with intellectual disabilities to enable them to remain in their own housing or to live independently in accommodation of their choice.

    Supported Accommodation

    Provides supported accommodation for people with intellectual disabilities.

     

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    Darwin Asylum Seeker Support & Advocacy Network Incorporated (DASSAN)

    DASSAN provides advocacy and support services that benefit asylum seekers in the community and in immigration detention in Darwin that include:

    • Direct provision of welfare and emotional support to asylum seekers;
    • Brokering for pro-bono legal, medical and housing services for asylum seekers;
    • Supporting community members to advocate asylum seekers; and
    • Promoting an awareness of the issues affecting asylum seekers.

    Please note:Β  DASSAN is volunteer run organisation, please make contact via our websiteΒ Β https://www.dassan.org/Β  contact us page and someone will respond asap.

     

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    Darwin Community Arts

    Darwin Community Arts (DCA) is a non-profit, incorporated Association that focuses on community-based arts and cultural development.

    Malak continues to be a pilot area for DCA’s neighbourhood-based approach although its programs and projects cover different neighbourhoods of Darwin Region (which includes the Tiwi Islands, City of Darwin, City of Palmerston, and Litchfield Shire).

    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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    Darwin Community Legal Service

    DCLS is a free, confidential service. We assist disadvantaged members of the community to protect their legal rights. We work towards a community where everyone has access to legal advice and support. We seek to challenge unjust laws and procedures, and to ensure that people are aware of their legal rights.

    General Legal Service

    The General Legal Service can provide free legal information and adviceΒ on most non-criminal matters including:

    • employment
    • credit and debt
    • social security (Centrelink) rights
    • discrimination

    Tenants’ Advice Service

    Provides information, advice, advocacy and support for tenants on all tenancy and related legal issues.

    The TAS works to:

    • Advise you on problems you are having with your landlord or real estate agent.
    • Negotiate and advocate on your behalf with your landlord or real estate agent.
    • Assist you with advice, documentation and in some cases representation before the Norther Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NTCAT).
    • Talk to your community group or organisation about tenants’ rights
    • Undertake activities to improve legislation and policies for residential tenants in the Northern Territory

    Seniors and Disability Rights Service

    The Seniors and Disability Rights Service is based in Darwin and regularly visits Katherine, Nhulunbuy and other locations across the Top End of the NT as required.

    The Seniors and Disability Rights ServiceΒ assists older people or people with disabilities and their representatives who:

    • want to know about their rights and how to obtain them
    • receive Commonwealth funded aged care services in residential facilities

    We also provide:

    • community awareness and education activities
    • factsheets
    • systemic advocacy, policy and law reform work
    • NDIS planning and appeals support
    • information, education and referrals through our Elder Abuse Information Line (1800 037 072)

     

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