The Guide for Kinship and Foster Carers, Caring for Children and Young People in the Northern Territory is designed to provide carers with the best information and resources available.
A new $5million Back on Track Program will be developed to prevent youth crime, divert young people away from the youth justice system and provide alternatives to detention.
Territory Families currently has a range of job opportunities for new graduates to join our team as Child Protection Practitioners.
Applications are now open for 2019 International Women’s Day Grants.
The Foster and Kinship Carer Excellence Awards celebrate the dedication, commitment, and achievements of foster and kinship carers, staff and young people that have experienced out of home care and the enormous contribution they make to the lives of vulnerable children in every community across the Territory.
Our Youth Outreach and Re-Engagement Teams are celebrating their milestone first anniversaries across the Territory.
On 1 July 2018 the NT Pensioner and Carer Concession Scheme was replaced with the NT Concession Scheme and the new NT Seniors Recognition Scheme will be introduced.
The Clinical Practice Committee provides Territory Families frontline staff with support, best practice tools and guidance to meet the unique needs of NT families.
The Safe, Respected and Free from Violence Prevention Fund has been launched this week.The funding supports localised projects, including pilot programs, which employ good practice evidence-based prevention and early intervention strategies to break the intergenerational cycle of domestic and family violence.
FACES (Family and Children’s Enquiry and Support) is the new Territory Families helpline dedicated to connecting families with support services and resources.