Australian Regional and Remote Community Services (ARRCS)
ARRCS provides care and support to people throughout the Northern Territory. More than a service provider, we’re an important part of the communities we work in – building partnerships and demonstrating a deep respect for all Aboriginal cultures. We provide support with aged care, disability, mental health, and to carers, offering opportunity and choice so you can live life in all its fullness.
Further details: arrcs.org.au
Bereaved Parent Support NT / Sids and Kids NT
BPSNT/SKNT is a not-for-profit organisation that provides support to families who have experienced the unimaginable sudden death of a child as a result of miscarriage, stillbirth, sudden illness, accident (car, croc, drowning) and SIDS, aged from conception to 18. We also offer advice on safe sleeping practices to reduce the risks of infant death.
Further details here.
Carers NT is a non-profit, community based organisation and registered charity dedicated to improving the lives of the estimated 30,000 family carers living in the Northern Territory.
Part of the National Network of Carers Associations, we work in active partnership with carers, persons with care and support needs, health professionals, service providers, government and the wider community to achieve an improved quality of life for carers.
Further details: carersnt.asn.au
Carpentaria offers a range of Disability and Therapy Services, including Adult Day Service, Supported Independent Living, Short Term Accommodation and Support Coordination, as well as Therapy Services for children, adolescents and adults. We deliver innovative and flexible services to empower people to thrive and live a great life and are committed to a philosophy that respects the rights of everyone to make informed choices about their lives and to receive the necessary support, information and encouragement to participate, and be included, in all aspects of community life.
Further details: carpentaria.org.au
Darwin Children's Clinic
The Darwin Children’s Clinic is a new concept in children’s healthcare in Darwin. Dr Louise Woodward, Paediatrician, has partnered with a number of GP’s and Allied Health Practitioners with interests in children to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for all children regardless of age or medical issue. Our space is large, friendly, relaxed and fun to help children and parents feel at ease and enjoy their experience.
Further details: darwinchildrensclinic.com.au
Grow is a community based mental health organisation established in 1957 and operating in the Northern Territory since 1983. The Grow 12 Step Program is a holistic, group support model based on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Grow participants attend weekly mutual help groups, social and education activities, structured to assist with personal growth and recovery. Grow is a consumer led organisation with participants involved in program delivery and design from a local level up to the Board.
Further details: grow.org.au
Guide Dogs NT
Guide Dogs NT is the primary provider of vision rehabilitation services throughout NT, including remote and regional areas. Our specialist team supports children and adults with vision impairment to achieve a lifetime of independence, participation, inclusion and wellbeing.
Further details: guidedogs.org.au/northern.territory
Katherine West Health Board
Founded in 1998, the Katherine West Health Board (KWHB) is a fully accredited Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service based across the rolling river and desert country of the remote outback region to the south west of Katherine in Australia’s Northern Territory, providing Primary Health Care services to residents in the region.
Further details: kwhb.com.au
Variety the children’s charity NT believe that every child deserves a fair go. We work to empower NT kids be they sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn.
Our work allows kids to gain mobility, to get out and about in the community, to communicate, achieve independence and increase their self-esteem.
Further details: variety.org.au/nt