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    Anglicare NT – OutCARE (Men’s Pre & Post Release Supported Accommodation Program)

    OutCARE provides accommodation (share houses) and supports people leaving prison to rebuild their lives, reconnect with family and work towards a positive future. This includes helping with immediate practical needs on release, linking with employment, training and community supports and exploring longer term goals.

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    Mission Australia – Post Prison Release Support Services

    Pre and Post Release Support Service (PPRSS) works with prisoners who are due for release within the next three months, and who want help to reintegrate back into the Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs communities. Following release, PPRSS continues to provide case-management support while participants re-establish themselves in the community, which can help to reduce the likelihood of reoffending.

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    Mission Australia – Pre & Post Release Accommodation Management Darwin

    The Darwin Pre and Post Release Supported Accommodation program provides transitional accommodation and reintegration support services to eligible male prisoners and offenders, who are experiencing issues with housing and homelessness. The case management and reintegration support within the program develops skills for living independently in the community and assists residents to establish community connections and restore the family/community relationships that will support independent living.

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    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

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    Saltbush Social Enterprises

    Saltbush Social Enterprises (Saltbush) is a not-for-profit organisation that was developed in response to the critical need for opportunities that create prosperity parity for marginalised
    Australians in the Northern Territory (NT).

    We put Indigenous people at the centre of our organisation because we know we cannot achieve employment parity until all people have equal employment opportunities. Our motto is a person with a job is a person with a future. We strive to break down barriers that others do not experience by taking a ‘boots on the ground’ approach.

    All programs and activities we deliver including Supported Bail Accommodation, Saltbush Employment Services, the Saltbush Wellbeing Program, and Accelerated Aboriginal Chefs of Excellence (AACE) have an underlining focus on helping participants with employment opportunities.

    Our strength is our unique mentoring product where our focus is to specialise in empowering Indigenous and other marginalised Territorian jobseekers to develop life skills and basic employability skills moving them along the continuum and then connect them to education and employment for a rewarding, meaningful, and sustainable working life.

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