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Danila Dilba Health Service Nurse Family Partnership Program

The Danila Dilba Australian Nurse Family Partnership Program (ANFPP) is a sustained relationship-based home visiting program.

The ANFPP supports women pregnant with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander child to improve their own health and the health of their baby. We support our clients through interactive health education and promotion during pregnancy and the first two (2) years of the baby’s life.

The ANFPP promotes opportunities for women to create positive and long-lasting changes in their own lives and the lives of their children and families.

Referral criteria:
  • Having an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander baby;
  • Client is a first-time mother, or it is their first time to parent;
  • <28 weeks gestation;
  • Living in the Greater Darwin, Palmerston or Humpty Doo region.

Speak to your local clinic staff about how to get access to this service.


How to access this service

, Appointment, In Community, In Home, and Phone

This service is for

All Genders
, Female

This service is for ages

All Ages
, Under 5, 13-17, 18-24, and 25-40

What else you should know

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

Service provided by

Referral Documents

Other Documents

  • Shop 3, 1 Malak Place, Malak, NT, 0812, Australia

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