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  • 24 Hour Domestic Violence Crisis Centre

    Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Women's Shelter (DAIWS)
    vacancy status unknown

    DAIWS has 24 hour domestic violence crisis centre for women and children.

    Location:
    Confidential - address given upon telephone contact
    Phone:
    (08) 8945 2284
    Fees:
    $20 per night for adults and $20 per week for childen 1 years old and over
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    24 hours
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Women and children escaping domestic violence, sexual assault, abuse and who are homeless
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral, interview
     
  • 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 - Barkly

    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 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.

    Region:
    Location:
    2/172 Paterson Street, TENNANT CREEK
    Phone:
    (08) 8962 2100 Freecall 1800 068 830
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by family and/or domestic violence, including sexual abuse and are living in the Barkly region of the Northern Territory
    Assessment Procedure:
    Agency referral, self-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
     
  • Accommodation Shelter

    Dawn House Inc.
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Crisis accommodation, safe accommodation and specialist housing services are available for women and children who are experiencing or escaping domestic violence.

    Location:
    Confidential - Address given as required
    Phone:
    (08) 8945 1388 or (08) 8985 5305 Twenty-four hour telephone contact is available
    Meals Provided:
    No
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00am - 8:00pm Monday to Friday Afterhours 8:00pm - 8:00am Monday to Friday, weekends and public holidays
    Stay Length:
    Maximum 3 months
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Women and children
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral, interview
     
  • Advocacy and Support

    Dawn House Inc.
    vacancy status unknown

    Provided to women accompanied with their children who are experiencing domestic violence.

    Location:
    Confidential - Address given as required
    Phone:
    (08) 8945 1388
    Fees:
    Free
    Meals Provided:
    No
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:00am - 8:00pm Monday to Friday Afterhours 8:00pm - 8:00am Monday to Friday, weekends and public holidays
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Women accompanied with children affected by domestic and family violence
    Assessment Procedure:
    1 hour assessment prior to admission of service
     
  • Catherine Booth House

    The Salvation Army
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Short term crisis accommodation, referral and support are available for adult and young women over 18 years old.

    Location:
    Confidential
    Phone:
    (08) 8981 5928
    Fees:
    $20 per night
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    24 hours
    Stay Length:
    Assessed individually
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Women 18 years and over from all cultural backgrounds who are experiencing family/domestic violence or are at risk of family/domestic violence. Only accept women who are not under the influence of alcohol/ drugs. Unfortunately do not accommodate children
    Assessment Procedure:
    Phone referral /assessment over phone
     
  • Community Legal Service

    Central Australian Women's Legal Service (CAWLS)
    vacancy status unknown

    Legal advice, community legal education and law reform activities for women. Limited casework is provided when no other service is available. Legal assistance to women and referrals.

    Region:
    Location:
    1 Stott Terrace, Westpoint Building, ALICE SPRINGS
    Website:
    Phone:
    (08) 8952 4055 Freecall 1800 684 055
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Open to all women
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral
     
  • Counselling Service

    Ruby Gaea Darwin Centre Against Sexual Violence Inc
    does not apply

    Ruby Gaea provides free, confidential counselling and support to women and children who have experienced sexual assault at any time in their lives.

    Location:
    Confidential - address given on appointment
    Phone:
    (08) 8945 0155
    Fees:
    Free
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Women and children survivors of sexual violence
    Assessment Procedure:
    Self-referral, agency referral, interview
     
  • Crisis Accommodation

    Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Women's Shelter (DAIWS)
    • vacancy
    • no vacancy
    • vacancy status unknown

    Crisis accommodation is available for homeless women and children; and also for those escaping domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Location:
    Confidential - address given upon telephone contact
    Phone:
    (08) 8945 2284
    Fees:
    Percentage of income
    Meals Provided:
    Yes
    Disability Access:
    Yes
    Hours of Operation:
    24 hours
    Stay Length:
    Short to medium term
    Eligibility Criteria:
    Indigenous women and children experiencing domestic violence
    Assessment Procedure:
    Agency referral, self-referral, interview
     

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