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  • Aboriginal Family Violence Legal Service - Alice Springs

    Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU) Aboriginal Corporation
    does not apply

    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 listens and works with communities around family violence and its effects on families. CAAFLU also offers 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.

    Region:
    Location:
    84 Hartley Street, ALICE SPRINGS
    Phone:
    (08) 8953 6355 Freecall 1800 088 884
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 5:00am 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
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral
     
  • Aboriginal Family Violence Legal Service - Hermannsburg, Papunya and Yuendumu

    Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU) Aboriginal Corporation
    vacancy status unknown

    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.

    Location:
    84 Hartley Street, ALICE SPRINGS
    Phone:
    (08) 8953 6355 Freecall 1800 088 884
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    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
     
  • Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS)

    Danila Dilba Health Service
    does not apply

    General medical services are provided for Indigenous families and singles.

    Location:
    32-34 Knuckey Street, DARWIN
    Phone:
    (08) 8942 5444 Afterhours (08) 8943 5100
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00am - 4:00pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Indigenous people with health issues
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, appointment
     
  • Akangkentye Transition Accommodation

    Aboriginal Hostels Ltd (AHL)
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Temporary accommodation for people requiring medical care as well as providing town camp residents accommodation while houses are being refurbished.

    Region:
    Location:
    34 South Terrace, ALICE SPRINGS
    Website:
    Phone:
    (08) 8952 1713
    Fees:
    Singles $31 per night, couples $27 per night
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Disability Access:
    No
    Hours of Operation:
    24 hours
    Stay Length:
    Maximum 3 months unless on Territory Housing waiting list
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Indigenous people requiring medical care or town camp residents waiting while houses are refurbished
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral
     
  • Alcohol and Drug Counselling Service

    CatholicCare NT
    does not apply

    Group programs for family members. For people using alcohol and/or other drugs and children on a need basis.

    Location:
    17 Hidden Valley Road, BERRIMAH and Goyder Building, PALMERSTON
    Phone:
    (08) 8944 2000
    Fees:
    Free
    Meals Provided:
    No
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00am - 6:00pm Monday to Friday with the option of extending to 7:30pm
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Family members including partners, parents, children, relatives and friends experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self referrals, referral through friends and family; and referrals from any other organisation, agency or program
     
  • Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation

    Foundation of Rehabilitation with Aboriginal Alcohol Related Difficulties (FORWAARD)
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    FORWAARD provides alcohol and drug rehabilitation to Indigenous and non-Indigenous persons in the community. Services and support provided include: 12 week residential rehabilitation program that assists both Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients with problems associated with alcohol and other drug use, individual and group counselling, budgeting information, support with legal and health issues, family support, referral and liaison with other agencies, education and awareness programs.

    Location:
    33 Charles Street, STUART PARK 0820
    Phone:
    (08) 8923 6666 Afterhours (08) 8923 6666
    Fees:
    $190 per week
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday; 24 hour contact is available also
    Stay Length:
    12 weeks
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Single adult clients, men and women, Indigenous and non-Indigenous
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral
     
  • Alice Springs Public Library

    Alice Springs Town Council
    does not apply

    Alice Springs Public Library offers recreational, educational resources and a space for the community to 'be'.

    Region:
    Location:
    Cnr Gregory and Leichhardt Terraces, ALICE SPRINGS
    Phone:
    (08) 8950 0555
    Fees:
    Free
    Hours of Operation:
    10:00am - 6:00pm Monday to Friday; 10:00am - 1:00pm Saturday and Sunday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Open to all
    Assessment Procedure:
    Attend during opening hours
     
  • Apmere Mwerre Visitor Park

    Aboriginal Hostels Ltd (AHL)
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Hostel and camping accommodation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

    Region:
    Location:
    Len Kittle Drive, ALICE SPRINGS
    Website:
    Phone:
    (08) 8952 1754
    Fees:
    Camping $15 per night; tent $18 per night; cabin $31 per night; self-contained cabin $31 per night
    Meals Provided:
    No
    Hours of Operation:
    7:00am - 8:00pm Monday to Friday; 7:00am - 7:00pm weekend
    Stay Length:
    2 weeks maximum
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Indigenous people visiting Alice Springs for up to 2 weeks
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral
     
  • Apyiparinya Hostel

    Aboriginal Hostels Ltd (AHL)
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Apyiparinya hostel caters for Indigenous people who require accommodation at a subsidised rate where part of the fee is funded by AHL.

    Region:
    Location:
    Lot 8139 Larapinta Drive, ALICE SPRINGS
    Website:
    Phone:
    (08) 8952 4981
    Fees:
    Singles $31 per night; children $11 per night
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    24 hours
    Stay Length:
    Short term to long term
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Indigenous people who are transient or homeless
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral
     
  • Assistance with Care and Housing for the Aged (ACHA)

    Calvary Community Care
    does not apply

    The Assistance with Care and Housing for the Aged (ACHA) program is designed to assist low income older people who are in insecure housing or who are homeless. It attempts to link clients to appropriate housing and community support services. It is funded by the Commonwealth Government and is a free service.

    Location:
    Unit 1/18 Totem Road, COCONUT GROVE
    Phone:
    (08) 8985 6988
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    The primary target group for the ACHA program is older or prematurely aged people on a low income who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. 'Older' people are those aged 65 years and over, or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 years and over. 'Prematurely aged' people are those whose life course (eg a history of homelessness) has seen them age prematurely and who are aged 50 years and over (for non-Indigenous people) and 45 years or older (for Indigenous people).
    Assessment Procedure:
    Assessment is via referral to the ACHA Coordinator
     

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