Education

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    Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation

    Aged Care Services

    Provides aged care services. The service particularly assists Aboriginal elders.

    Child Care

    Child care is provided to assist families of infants and preschool children.

    Community Aged Care Packages (CACP)

    A support service for frail Aboriginal elders who require a range of care services in their own housing. Care provision is developed and monitored through case management to ensure support for those at risk of admission to residential care.

    Community Development Employment Program(CDEP)

    The program provides unemployed indigenous adults and young people 15 years old or over with employment placement and skills acquisition including accredited training and links to apprenticeships and traineeships. Employment projects and activities are chosen by local indigenous communities or distinct groups of indigenous people within a community. The training wage received by participants is equivalent to the appropriate unemployment benefit.

    Construction Workshop

    A housing maintenance workshop that also provides training for local indigenous people who wish to become employed as labourers.

    Disability Services

    Provides support and assistance for Aboriginal people withdisabilities.

    Home Makers’ Centre

    The Home Makers’ Centre is provided for local Aboriginalfamilies and individuals.

    Julalikari Remote Employment Service (JRES)

    The program provides referral to skills training for indigenous adults and young people 15 years old or over who are living in remote indigenous communities and seeking work or require additional skills to carry out their jobs.

    Land Management Unit

    The unit propagates plants in the Kargaru nursery for supply to people in remote indigenous communities and for sale to residents of Tennant Creek.

    The Land Management Unit also provides training for CDEP participants as well as weed-control services for remote indigenous communities and outstations.

    Mapu Alliance

    Earth-moving machinery is available for hire.

    Night Patrol

    Night Patrol, together with local police, provide a culturally aware program that works to prevent incidents of violence in the town.

    Support Services (HACC)

    Support services available for Aboriginal people who are frail aged, ill or have disabilities include a home & community care (HACC) program, a home-maker’s program, respite care and supported accommodation.

    Training & Employment Services

    The program provides skills training for indigenous adults and young people 15 years old or over who are seeking work or require further skills to carry out their role.

    Youth Development Program

    A drop-in centre providing sporting, recreational & educational activities for young people in the local community. Educational workshops include topics such as alcohol & drugs, health and families. The program also runs a residential program for children and young people 10 to 18 years old where they attend school then stay in safe-house accommodation overnight.

    A diversion program is also available where young offenders perform their community service with the centre.

     

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    Katherine Isolated Children’s Service (KICS)

    Katherine Isolated Children’s Service is a remote, mobile playgroup. KICS is a not-for-profit, registered charity funded under the Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) through the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA). KICS travels vast distances to bring the joy of play-based learning to socially and/or geographically isolated children and families living in Indigenous communities and on pastoral stations in the greater Katherine region.

     

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    Katherine Women’s Information & Legal Service (KWILS)

    Katherine Women’s Information & Legal Service (KWILS) is a not-for-profit Community Legal Centre based in Katherine, Northern Territory. We are a specialist women’s legal service providing all women, and those who identify as women, in Katherine and the Big Rivers Region access to free and professional legal and support services, with a particular focus on the reduction of domestic, family and sexual violence. We also provide community legal education and undertake advocacy and law reform work in areas that improve gender equity and address gendered violence.

    KWILS aims to ensure that all women in the Katherine region have access to free legal advice and representation in the following areas:

    • Domestic, Family and Personal Violence
    • Child protection
    • Family Law
    • Discrimination (age, sex, race, gender etc)
    • Employment (including sexual harassment)
    • Government complaints (including the conduct of Police, Corrections & Education)
    • Health Care Complaints Commission (including the conduct of Health Care, Aged Care and Disability Care Providers)
    • Coronial Inquests
    • Tenancy Law (public and private tenancies)
    • Social Security/Centrelink
    • Consumer law (Credit & Debts)
    • Victims of Crime and Motor Accidents Compensation

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    Kids Connect

    Located:               Primary School based Social & Emotional Wellbeing Program

    Referred by:       Principal or Staff

    Operating out of: Moulden Primary, Karama Primary, Woodroffe Primary, Driver Primary, Anula Primary & Malak Primary Schools

    Save the Children Staff Contact: Catherine Collier phone:  041 720 0170

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    NTCOSS Support

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    Lifeline Central Australia

    Welcome to Lifeline Central Australia. Lifeline Central Australia Incorporated opened in Alice Springs on the 1st July 2003. Our primary focus is on community education and training, particularly in the area of suicide awareness and prevention.

    Community Education

    Provides community education and outreach about suicide prevention, awareness and assistance for all communities across the Northern Territory, including remote and isolated communities.

    Lifeline Telephone Crisis Support

    A twenty-four-hour telephone crisis support, information and referral service available nationally that provides an immediate and confidential opportunity to discuss a problem or concern.

    The service responds to callers of all ages with a wide range of concerns and emergencies including matters involving relationships, domestic violence, family issues, youth issues, child abuse, anxiety, depression, postnatal depression, loneliness, unemployment, grief, problems at work or school, homelessness, money worries, drug & alcohol problems and suicide. A particular focus is suicide prevention and mental health.

    Training Services

    Workshops such as Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), safeTALK and The Accidental Counsellor. The courses run over two days or for half a day and are relevant for community members, mental health workers, housing workers, medical practitioners, teachers & school support staff, counsellors, youth workers, domestic violence support workers, drug & alcohol workers, police & corrections staff and clergy.

     

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    Lutheran Care

    At Lutheran Care, we believe our communities are stronger when each and every person feels included and cared for. Founded 50 years ago on the principles of the Lutheran Church, we have always been champions of advocacy and equity, serving the needs and fighting for the rights of those who have fallen through the cracks of the system. Ours is a powerful and persistent voice for the voiceless. Whoever you are, wherever you come from, we will walk side by side with you, regardless of cultural background, sexual orientation, gender identity, belief systems or circumstances. Beyond working to have a lasting, positive impact on people’s lives, we are determined to build hope, understanding and drive long-term systematic change. Unbound by convention, we are leaders in our sector and community, always exploring new, innovative ways of helping people find comfort and purpose. We seek no reward or recognition beyond doing what’s right for our people. This is what inspires and drives us. It is the source of our unity and our strength. Caring and warm, we are guided by faith and compassion, always listening, advocating and building stronger communities where people can belong and thrive.

    Lutheran Care is committed to reducing barriers and encouraging inclusion and participation in the community of people with a disability, people of all ages, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people, and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

    FINANCIAL COUNSELLING, CAPABILITY & RESILIENCE HUB

    The Hub assists people in financial difficulty to address their financial problems.  Financial Counsellors and Financial Capability Workers assist clients one on one and in workshops helping them to know how to manage their money, develop saving plans and budgeting. This service covers Central Australia region and includes 33 remote communities and Alice Springs.

    • Financial Counsellors

    Counsellors support clients with personal financial difficulties, undertake in depth assessments of a client’s financial situation and work with them to increase their capability to make informed decisions in resolving personal financial difficulties.  Advice includes debt management, negotiating with creditors, budgeting, bankruptcy, credit laws and eligibility for government assistance.  Make an appointment for a free professional and confidential chat.

    • Financial Capability Workers

    Financial Capability Workers provide one on one and group sessions to assist clients with basic financial literacy, education and support as well as delivering community education sessions.

    EMERGENCY RELIEF

    Emergency relief is for people who are in a crisis situation and dependant on need can include food, food vouchers, blankets, clothing and where needed referrals to other support. This service is available every morning of the week Monday to Friday 9am to 12 noon.

     KWATJA ETATHA PLAYGROUP

    Kwatja Etatha (Arrente for Living Waters) Playgroup runs intensively supported ‘play sessions’ where families are encouraged to interact with their children through structured play activities.  Playgroup sessions run during school terms on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:30am to 11.30 am.  Transport to and from Playgroup is provided.

    FAMILIES LEARNING TOGETHER

    Supported by Anglicare ‘Families Learning Together’ offers interactive workshops for parents including Circle of Security and learning experiences for families and parents on Babies and Toddlers Development, Caring for Young Children and Babies, Hygiene and Safety

    INTENSIVE FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICE (IFSS)

    This programme at Ntaria (Hermannsburg) aims to reduce child neglect through building on family strengths and supporting families to build their capacity to meet the needs of their children.  Families requiring support are referred from other agencies.

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    Marrara Christian College

    Marrara Christian College, which covers the Early Learning Centre to Year 9, together with NT Christian College, accommodating Year 10 to 12, are non- denominational Christian schools. This is a place where young people are loved, valued, disciplined, encouraged and nurtured throughout every stage of their education at the College. This is achieved through the provision of a challenging, broad-based Christian curriculum, delivered by dedicated teachers, working in close partnership with students and their families.

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    Mental Health Association of Central Australia (MHACA)

    MHACA is a not for profit specialist mental health service providing psycho-social support services and educational programs aimed at enhancing the mental health and well-being of people living in Central Australia.

    We offer a range of services which aim to facilitate wellness for a diverse range of individuals living with mental illness or going through mental distress.

    MHACA provides psychosocial support services, NDIS support coordination and services, individual and group-based supports, educational and training programs and a Drop-in centre.

    MHACA can help people with a diagnosed mental illness with:

    • Building daily living skills
    • Increasing physical health and wellbeing
    • Being confident in the community
    • Managing mental health conditions

     

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    Mental Illness Fellowship Australia (NT) – (MIFANT)

    Mental Illness fellowship of Australia (NT) (MIFANT) is a not for profit charitable organisation that has been operating in the NT for over 30 years. With services in Darwin, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. MIFANT provides recovery based support to people with a mental illness, their families and carers and also early intervention to children and young people at risk of developing a mental illness.

    MIFANT also provides a range of NDIS services for people with a mental illness including Recovery Coach, Support Coordination, Social and Community Participation and Community Access. As a not for profit organisation, all NDIS funds go back to providing quality supports.

    MIFANT is the NT members for National organisations Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia and Mental Health Carers Australia. Both organisations provide a national advocacy platform for the NT to be represented on issues affecting the whole of the mental health sector.

     

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    Mission Australia – Sobering-Up Shelter

    The Darwin Sobering Up Shelter provides overnight accommodation to homeless and displaced people (18 and over) who are under the influence of alcohol and other drugs and are at risk of harm. NT Police and Larrakia Night Patrol bring people to the Sobering Up Shelter from the greater Darwin and Palmerston areas. Shelter staff then assist clients with referrals to services that can help them to improve their health and wellbeing. Engagement is sensitive and culturally respectful to ensure clients feel safe at all times.

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