Carers AustraliaCarers Australia is the national peak body representing carers in Australia. Carers Australia works with the Carers Associations in each of the states and territories to deliver carer programs and services and advocate on behalf of all carers. Contact the Carer Advisory and Counselling Service on 1800 242 636.
Carers Northern TerritoryCarers NT is the key organisation representing the Northern Territory's estimated 30,000 family carers, who provide: unpaid care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness or who are frail.
Catholic Care NT CounsellingCatholic Care NT supports healthy and resilient relationships by providing support, education, information and counselling. Do you need to talk about your problems? Could you use some help with parenting? Is family violence a safety issue for your family? Are you struggling to cope with a family member's difficult behaviour? Getting married? Catholic Care NT has a marriage preparation program. Catholic Care NT has people who can help. 
Catholic Care NT Counselling - Pregnancy HelpPregnancy Help supports women and families around pregnancy as parents prepare for their baby. It can be home based. Professional, non-judgemental counselling is available for women considering their options. This is a free service.
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal CorporationIn the 40 years since it was established, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation has become the largest Aboriginal medical service in the Northern Territory.
Centre for Rural and Remote Mental HealthThe Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (CRRMH) is based in Orange. It is a major rural initiative of The University of Newcastle, Faculty of Health and the NSW Department of Health. The Centre aims to improve the mental health of rural and remote communities through academic leadership, collaboration and achievements in research, education, service development and information services.
Community Visitors ProgramCommunity visitors are appointed to visit psychiatric services to inquire into matters such as the adequacy and standard of services provided, and the care and treatment consumers receive. Community visitors are independent of the service-providing agency.
COPMI (Children of People with a Mental Illness)The Australian Children of People with a Mental Illness initiative aims to promote better mental health outcomes for children (0 to 18 years) of parents with a mental health problem or disorder.

Last updated: 29 November 2016


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