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  • Aboriginal Family Violence Legal Service - Hermannsburg, Papunya and Yuendumu

    Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU) Aboriginal Corporation
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    CAAFLU is a legal service employing Aboriginal workers. CAAFLU provides cultural legal solutions and helps Indigenous families deal with violence in a positive way involving the community and community values whilst promoting law and justice. Services and support include: domestic violence orders, compensation for victims of family violence, family law (where it relates to family violence), court support, child protection and assistance with housing. CAAFLU also listens and works with communities around family violence and its effects on families. CAAFLU also provides early intervention and prevention services for male and female children, young people and adults affected by family violence. CAAFLU is a justice, advisory and referral centre for victims of family violence.

    84 Hartley Street, ALICE SPRINGS
    (08) 8953 6355 Freecall 1800 088 884
    Disability Access:
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders affected by family and/or domestic violence, including sexual abuse and are living in the central region of the Northern Territory (remote Central Australia is only restricted to the communities of Hermannsburg, Papunya and Yuendumu)
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral
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