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Community Visitor Program

The NT Community Visitor Program is an independent service located in the Anti-Discrimination Commission.

Its aim to ensure the rights of those being treated for mental illness or disability are upheld and their views and concerns are heard.

Community visitors are people employed by the CVP who regularly visit Mental Health Inpatient facilities and Disability Secure Care facilities to ensure an appropriate standard of care.

The Community Visitor Program (CVP) provides monitoring, complaint resolution and advocacy services for people detained and receiving care under the Mental Health and Related Services Act 1998 and Disability Services Act 1993. The CVP also makes and monitors recommendations on systemic issues such as interpreter use and seclusion reduction.

Location

How to access this service

, Appointment, Online, Phone, and Walk in

This service is for

All Genders
, Male, Female, Non-binary, Trans woman, Trans man, Intersex, Brotherboy, Sistergirl, Genderqueer, and Other

This service is for ages

All Ages
, Under 5, 5-12, 13-17, 18-24, 25-40, 41-55, 56-65, and 66+

What else you should know

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander specific service
No
Designed for Families
No
No / Self referral
Interpreter service availability
No

Service provided by

Referral Documents

Other Documents

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