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    • Adult Guardianship gives someone the legal responsibility to make decisions for someone else, over the age of 18, who is unable to make reasonable judgements or decisions about their daily living because of an intellectual disability.
    • Aged and Disability works in partnership to enhance opportunities for people with disabilities, children with developmental concerns, people who are ageing and their families and carers, to contribute to and participate in the community.
    • Akangkentye Hostel provides short-term accommodation in Alice Springs for Indigenous people who are starting employment, awaiting housing or in town for other reasons.
    • Alcohol and Other Drugs Services Central Australia (ADSCA) offers specialised assessment, treatment and referral of people using or affected by the range of alcohol and other drugs.
    • Alice Outcomes an alternative education program offering opportunities for young people who have become disengaged from mainstream schooling.
    • Alice Springs Womens Shelter (ASWS) provides a range of services for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence.
    • Alice Springs Youth Accommodation and Support Services (ASYASS) seeks to ensure that young people have equal opportunity and are supported to obtain safe, secure, affordable and accessible housing.
    • Alice Springs Youth Centre (ASYC) promoting a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages. The classes and activities we offer can keep people fighting fit in an enjoyable atmosphere.
    • Alice Springs Youth Hub The Youth Hub is a youth-friendly space where a range of activities and services are provided in a coordinated way.
    • Anglicare – NT work in partnership with the community, families and individuals to promote the enrichment of relationships, fullness of life and social justice for all.
    • Apmere Mwerre Visitor Park provides short-term accommodation in Alice Springs for Indigenous people who are starting employment, awaiting housing or in town for other reasons.
    • Australian Association for Bush Adventure Therapy Inc. (AABAT) the peak body for practitioners who have a professional interest in supporting, developing and promoting the field of Bush Adventure Therapy.
    • Australian Association for Bush Adventure Therapy Inc. (AABAT) the peak body for practitioners who have a professional interest in supporting, developing and promoting the field of Bush Adventure Therapy.
    • Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet an innovative Internet resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Indigenous health by making research and other knowledge readily accessible.
    • Ayiparinya Hostel provides short-term accommodation in Alice Springs for Indigenous people who are starting employment, awaiting housing or in town for other reasons.
    • Careerjet Drug and Alcohol Jobs Search Careerjet is an online job finding service. The site has a specific Drug and Alcohol jobsearch.
    • Central Australian Aboriginal Alcohol Programs (CAAAPU) the main alcohol rehabilitation provider in Central Australia, where alcohol is recognised as a major contributor of harm for Aboriginal people.
    • Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) provides comprehensive primary health care services encompassing disease prevention, illness treatment, disease management and health promotion.
    • Central Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Unit (CAAFLU) We are a justice, advisory and referral centre for Indigenous victims of family violence located in Alice Springs.
    • Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service (CAALAS) envisions justice, dignity and equal rights and treatment before the law, for Aboriginal people in Central Australia.
    • Central Australian Womens Legal Service Inc. (CAWLS) have vast experience nationwide in advising and assisting women in relation to the law and the legal system.
    • Central Australian Youth Link Up Service (CAYLUS) support community initiatives that improve quality of life and address substance misuse affecting young people.
    • Centralian Middle School services for the youth of Alice Springs and an alternative education program for students with extreme behaviour issues.
    • Centre for Appropriate Technology (CAT) works to secure sustainable livelihoods for communities of Indigenous people through appropriate technology.
    • Charles Darwin University (CDU) a major educational hub catering for students in the town and in Central Australia’s remote communities.
    • Clinic 34 specialised sexual health services for the assessment and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and blood borne viruses (BBV), including HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.
    • Congress Alukura provide sexual health education to young women aged 12 to 20 through group sessions in schools, youth organisations, town camps, remote communities and at Alukura.
    • Congress Youth Outreach Be Strong… Talk about your problems and make them right! It’s time to make a change!
    • Department of Children and Families (DCF) Here you can find information, resources and links to services to help you better understand and care for your children.
    • Drug and Alcohol Services Association (DASA) provides services for people using or affected the range of alcohol or other drugs.
    • Evolve provide a supportive environment for disadvantaged young people to evolve into strong, caring and purposeful individuals.
    • FebFast Creating space for change.
    • Headspace a one-stop-shop where you can come and talk to professionals who are specially trained to help young people.
    • Hidden Valley Community Centre The Hidden Valley Community Centre operates as a multi- purpose family resource centre for all members of the Hidden Valley Town Camp community.
    • Holyoake provides therapeutic group based education and treatment programs for adults and children that are directly or indirectly affected alcohol and other drugs use.
    • Ingkintja Male Health looks after male sexual health, health education and conducts health checks for males.
    • Larapinta Valley Learning Centre aims to improve the social, health, environ- mental and economic well being of the community in a way that strengthens and respects culture.
    • Life Without Barriers Supporting young people and their family to break the offending cycle and become valued in their community.
    • Mt Theo Youth Development focuses on young Warlpiri people suffering from the effects of a wide range of personal problems.
    • Mt Theo-Yuendumu Substance Misuse Aboriginal Corporation More and more frequently the Departments of Corrective Services and Juvenile Justice are directing young Warlpiri men and women appearing before them in Alice Springs and Yuendumu Courts to Mt Theo Outstation, as an alternative to incarceration.
    • National Cannabis Helpline confidential information and support line for cannabis users and friends and family who are concerned about cannabis use by those close to them.
    • Ngnowar Aerwah Aboriginal Corporation An East Kimberly Support Service
    • Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission Provides access to the law and legal assistance to people who are unable to afford the services of a private lawyer.
    • Northern Territory Youth Affairs Network (NTYAN) provides a mechanism for youth service providers to participate in network activities and share information about youth affairs.
    • NPYWC Domestic Violence Service provide a service for women from our member communities who suffer from domestic violence.
    • NT Sexual Assault Referral Centre counselling service to both adults and children who may have experienced (recently or many years ago) any form of sexual assault.
    • Reclink Australia runs a host of programs such as our AFL Football League, cricket, lawn bowls, 10 pins bowling and guitar.
    • Red Shield Men's Hostel The Salvation Army – a growing, loving community of people dynamically living God’s mission in a broken world.
    • Relationships Australia NT provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities.
    • Safe and Sober Support Service provides help for Aboriginal people and their families in the Northern Territory with alcohol and other drug addiction problems.
    • Social & Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) provides culturally appropriate counselling and support for Aboriginal people and their families.
    • Tangentyere Youth Activity Service The Youth Activity Service (YAS) enables young people living in Town Camps to experience a range of sport and recreational activities that they would otherwise not have access to.
    • Topsy Smith Hostel This hostel provides accommodation specifically for those who need to access Alice Spring’s renal treatment facilities.
    • Waltja Remote Reconnect Service Reconnect is a community-based early intervention program for young people aged 12 to 18 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
    • Yarrenyty-Arltere Learning Centre The centre aims to improve the social, health, environ- mental and economic well being of the community in a way that strengthens and respects culture.
    • Youth NT supports events and activities that provide positive recreational and developmental opportunities for young Territorians.