Territory Families reached a key milestone in the law reform work we have been undertaking to introduce the Care and Protection of Children Amendment Bill and the Youth Justice and Related Legislation Amendment Bill in the Legislative Assembly.
On 9 and 10 May 2019, domestic, family and sexual violence frontline workers and practitioners will come together for the inaugural biennial Sharing and Strengthening Our Practice Conference in Darwin.
In late 2018 amendments were made to the Domestic and Family Violence Act
About 200 people are expected to attend the annual Cross Sector Orientation Workshop (CSOW) at the Alice Springs Convention Centre today.
On 26 March 2019, Territory Families Deputy Chief Executive of Organisational Services, Nicole Hurwood and Vice-Chancellor of Charles Darwin University, Professor Simon Maddocks signed the 2019-2024 Collaborative Agreement.
8 March is International Women’s Day
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.