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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