Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU)
CAAFLU provides culturally appropriate legal and support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have experienced or are experiencing domestic and family violence or sexual assault.
- legal advice and representation
Central Australian Women’s Legal Service
Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) delivers a holistic, culturally safe, trauma informed legal service for women. Our team can help with information about legal issues, legal advice and representation, referral to support services, community legal education and law reform advocacy.
Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities – Northern Territory Child Protection
If you believe a child is being or has been harmed or exploited you must report your concerns. This is a legal responsibility under the Care and Protection of Children Act and is called mandatory reporting.
North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA)
We provide high quality advice and representation and advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Central Australia.
Our vision is justice, dignity and equal rights and treatment before the law for Aboriginal people in Central Australia. Services include:
- Criminal Law
- Civil Law
- Family Law
- Community Legal Education
- Welfare Rights
- Youth Justice Advocacy
- Social Justice
- Kunga Program
NT Legal Aid Commission
We provide free and confidential legal information, referral to other helpful services and legal advice appointments for most legal problems in the NT.
Call the Legal Aid Helpline on 1800 019 343. The Helpline operator will talk about what type of problem you need help with and connect you to the correct office at Legal Aid to make an appointment. We provide legal advice over the phone, or in person if that is preferred.
Your nearest Legal Aid office runs legal advice clinics in family law, criminal law and civil law matters.
Ongoing legal representation is available to people who qualify for a grant of legal aid. We require you to meet a financial means test and your legal problem must be something we are funded to provide representation for.
Take your first step towards a solution and call the Legal Aid Helpline on 1800 019 343
Office of the Children’s Commissioner Northern Territory
The Office of the Children’s Commissioner is an independent office that is responsible for ensuring the wellbeing of vulnerable children.
Note: After hours message bank service available 7 days a week.
Pathway Planning is an NDIS registered provider of Plan Management. We are committed to providing NDIS participants with the tools and support they need to make informed choices with their plan budget, and assist in getting the absolute most out of their funding. In our Service agreements, our clause is to have providers paid, within two days. This clause will keep us accountable.
- Child Protection
- Community Education & Engagement
- Crime & Victims Counselling
- Domestic Violence Legal Services
- Employment Support
- Family Dispute Resolution
- Immigration & Visa Support
- Indigenous Legal Services
- Legal Advocacy
- Legal Assistance
- Senior & Disability Rights
- Tenancy Advice
- Victims of Crime
- Women’s Legal Services
- Youth Diversion