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The Malak Family Hub Timetable has now been released for March through to June 2022. Click this post to see the full timetable or download a copy to share. All sessions are held at our Malak premises located at 80 Malak Crescent, Malak NT 0812. For additional info please email email@example.com, call 08 8944 2099,
A monthly publication that informs the community about the good work done by CatholicCare NT. View 2021 editions of the CatholicCare NT Newsletter. You may also subscribe to future editions via the link.
Phil Brown is CatholicCare NTs General Manager Workforce and Partnerships, he is also a former correctional officer. Read his speech given at the launch of the Aboriginal Justice Agreement in Alice Springs last month.
Charlie was one of over 250 Australians recognised in the Queens Birthday 2021 Honours List, receiving an AM (Member of the Order of Australia) for significant service to the Indigenous Community in the Northern Territory. Charlie, a Gurindji man born in Alice Springs, has a long list of achievements. Host of ABC Radio’s Territory Grandstand,
CatholicCare NT’s FWC (Financial Wellbeing and Capability) team in Katherine sprang into action with the communities’ first ever snap COVID lockdown. Day one saw the whole office implement our Katherine COVID plan swiftly. We noticed only a slight increase in demand for Emergency Relief that afternoon with some families stranded in Katherine on their way
Hi Everyone, Trooper the therapy kelpie here. Last year my human thought it would be a good idea for me to come to work with her. I used to live and work in Victoria on a farm. Sometimes I would round up sheep and other times I would sit in the office at home with
We understand that lockdown can result in increased risk of violence in the home, which can be both physical and non-physical. You can leave your home to escape violence at any time during lockdown AND YOU DO NOT NEED PERMISSION to leave. CatholicCare NT can provide support for those experiencing or at risk of experiencing
Stephen Odusa was born in 1984 in a little town in South Sudan called Loa. His family belonged to the Ma’di tribe. He lived happily with his family on their farm growing crops and raising cattle until war erupted between government forces in the north, and an army of rebels in the south. To survive,