Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services – NTPFES Cadet program
Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services Cadet program is a two-year program for students commencing Year 11.
Red Dust Role Models Ltd – Healthy Living Program
Healthy Living utilises sport, art, music and dance to drive its messages resulting in fun, interactive and inclusive classroom activities. Role Models from sport, art, music, dance, business and health provide the expertise to support the delivery of Healthy Living. Students learn the essential elements to good health including nutrition, hygiene, substance misuse and physical activity. Learning outcomes range from the recommended intake of fruit and vegetables to the definition and causes of common preventable diseases. Students are encouraged to be creative and learn new skills in sport, the arts and healthy cooking while interacting with role models.
Red Dust Role Models Ltd – Strong Men and Boys Program
The purpose of the SYMBP is to support the development of strong male Aboriginal youth as they navigate their complex worlds and overcome a range of cultural, spiritual, social-emotional and educational obstacles in order to achieve authentic success in their lives. All programs involve explicit and practical cultural synthesis, are delivered in both local language/s and English and are typically facilitated using a combination of strategies including yarning circles, explicit instruction, classroom teacher co-facilitation, peer led participatory approaches and hands-on interactive activities.
Red Dust Role Models Ltd – Strong Young Women’s Program
The Strong Young Women’s Program Delivers Gender-Specific Health Messages To Young Women To A Range Of Stakeholder Groups In Alice Springs And Remote Central Australian And Top End Communities.
In addition to highlighting the link between lifestyle choices and well being over an individuals life course, the program raises awareness of modifiable risk behaviours with an emphasis on alcohol use and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
STEPS Education and Training
Disability Employment Services
A specialised employment service providing placement, training and support in the open labour market for young people and adults with disabilities.
Various free services individually tailored for job seekers, employees and employers are provided.
Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
Provides training in areas including aged care, health and community services.
Skills for Education & Employment (SEE)
Provides language, literacy and numeracy training for eligible job seekers whose skills are below the level considered necessary to secure sustainable employment or pursue further education and training.
Provides support for young people to participate in education & employment and to improve their health & wellbeing.
TeamHEALTH provide services and support to Territorians who have a mental health concern or are vulnerable and disadvantaged. This could include supporting people when they come out of hospital, or when they become unwell, to regain confidence and connections. Perhaps it’s gaining safe and secure housing, getting a job or gaining new skills. It’s about supporting them to undertake daily tasks that are often taken for granted. It’s listening to and understanding what an individual wants and utilising the strengths and resources they have or that are available to them – so they can create their best life.
- Types of support available:
- Individual support for adults
- Centre Based Support for adults
- Support for Older Adults
- Support Coordination for individuals with an NDIS package
- Child, Youth and Family Support
- Housing Support
- Residential Support
- Education and Training
As an independent, membership-driven, not-for-profit association, we work with our members to support and strengthen AOD service delivery for people who experience harmful substance use in the NT.
Our mission is to build and maintain a strong, sustainable and culturally diverse Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) sector that works together to reduce alcohol and other drug related harm across the Northern Territory.
TeamHEALTH Child and Family Wellbeing Service
Our Child and Family Wellbeing team work with children aged 0 to 18 years old, who are showing early signs of, or are at risk of developing a mental illness. We provide practical outreach supports that are flexible and personalised to the needs of the young person and their family. We work collaboratively with families, care givers, schools and other supports to assist with mental health concerns.
- Short term for up to 6 weeks, with information and referrals to other services as required
- Long term, more intensive supports are tailored to each family’s needs
- Case management and support for young people and their families
- Creating a family action plan to achieve identified goals
- Education and workshops for children, young people and their families about mental health, wellbeing and strengthening community connections
- Participate alongside other families in a range of events
- Community engagement including educational, school-based workshops and community group sessions