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Royal Commission Support Services
We provide free support services for people in the NT who are thinking about or want to give evidence to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. If you experienced sexual abuse as a child under 18 years in any institution or school (including sporting club, scouts, orphanages, foster care, religious organisation, group home or clubs) we are here to assist.
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Project
A project aimed at increasing the cultural sensitivity of Relationships Australia NT services to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community needs and to increase the numbers of members of the CALD community accessing our services.
Children's Therapeutic Team (Urban and Remote)
The therapeutic team support families to raise children in a safe and supportive environment by providing therapeutic interventions to children (0 - 17yrs) who have experienced hurt or trauma.
Children's Counselling Service Alice Springs
Relationships Australia NT (RANT) delivers a specialist counselling services in Partnership with the Australian Childhood Foundation to vulnerable children aged five to twelve years who have experienced Complex Trauma and their families.
Cooperative Parenting Program
LIVING SEPARATELY, PARENTING TOGETHER Family separation can be a challenging time for parents and children. It is usually a difficult and emotional time, involving planning for how you share the care of your children and meeting their emotional support needs , while also taking care of yourself.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Relationships Australia is a leading provider of relationship support and EAP services for individuals, couples, families and children throughout Australia. Our services are for all members of the community regardless of religious belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances.
Family Dispute Resolution (FDR)
FDR (formerly known as Family Mediation) includes education, information, dispute resolution and group work to help couples who are separating to resolve their family law disputes.
Family Law Pathways Network
Family Relationship Centre
Strengthening family relationships - Helping families stay together - Assisting families through separation
Family Violence Prevention
Our Family Violence Prevention Services include the provision of counselling at the earliest possible time for couples before they reach the point where they are at risk of experiencing family violence.
Find & Connect
Forced Adoption Support Services
Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the NT
The Royal Commission has been established to enable the swift inquiry into the treatment of children detained in detention facilities and child protection in the Northern Territory. Support is available by calling 1800 500 853 - a free call helpline answered locally (calls made from a mobile may incur additional costs).
Child Consultations
Child Consultation can happen when both parents are engaged in either Family Dispute Resolution or Counselling. With both parents’ consent, a child consultant specialist has a one hour session directly with the child/ren.
Professional Supervision
Relationships Australia (NT) offers highly experienced, clinical supervision.
Relationship Counselling
Relationship Education
Relationships Australia NT offers a range information and therapeutic courses in small groups for individuals, couples and children. The courses are both short (one evening) and longer ranging from either 4, 6 to 12 weeks.
Youth Diversion Program
The Youth Diversion Program operates within the restorative justice paradigm, providing an alternative to the more formal court processes
Youth in Communities - Professional Development & Mentoring
Through the Youth in Communities (YiC) Program, the Australian Government is working to deliver a comprehensive youth strategy in the Northern Territory (NT) that:
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National Apology for Forced Adoptions – 21 March 2013 (Transcript)
Forced Adoptions Fact Sheet
Healing Our Children (HOC) project
HOC is an early intervention and prevention project operating in remote and urban Aboriginal communities of the Top End. The project was developed out of the expressed needs of Tiwi Elders concerned about the impact of violence and other trauma on their grandchildren.
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