Work with us! NTAHC are looking to employ a Sex Work Outreach Project Officer. More here World Hepatitis Day July 28. More info here 'Dallas Buyers Club' film fundraiser! 31 JULY at Deckchair Cinema More info here Five new National Strategies have been released. HIV, HEP B, HEP C, STI's & the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Blood-Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategies. More info hereNEED TO PICK UP OR DROP OFF INJECTING EQUIPMENT? Click here for information
Found syringes in a public space? Handle Syringes Safely- how-to guide here
LIVE SAFER: GET PEP PEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is available in the Territory. Find out where to get it and more info here
FREE from a landline, mobile phone calls will be charged. Answering all the questions you have about hepatitis C. Call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to gain information. All calls made to the Hep C Support Line are answered by staff at the Hepatitis C Council of NSW. Resource packs that include a wide range of printed information are available and can be posted - free of charge - in a plain envelope to all callers.
ATSIAboriginal & Torres Strait IslanderNTAHC aims to enhance the sexual health and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Territorians by delivering targeted education packages that recognise the role of the Aboriginal community in the delivery of health programs.
SWOPSex Worker Outreach ProgramSWOP is a peer based Sex Work Outreach Program based in Darwin and Alice Springs. We provide support with safer sex products, sexual health education, support and advocacy. Contact us for information on occupational health and safety standards, legislation, as well as updates on relevant industry news and issues.
NSPNeedle & Syringe ProgramNTAHC operates three primary Needle and Syringe Programs in Darwin, Palmerston and Alice Springs. The aim of the NSP’s is reduce the risk of transmission of HIV, hepatitis B & C, along with other harms associated with injecting drug use. We provide free sterile injecting equipment, information, education, advocacy and referrals to people who choose to inject drugs.
LBGTPeer ProjectSupports the GLBTI Darwin Pride Committee and Festival and also the Alice Springs LGBTI Community with dance parties and social functions. NTAHC also runs seminars regarding issues for elderly LGBTI communities and aged care, as well as Train the Trainer sessions concerning the Transgender communities.
Darwin 46 Woods Street DARWIN NT 0800 PO BOX 2826 DARWIN NT 0801 T: 08 8944 7777 Fx: 08 8944 7700 E: email@example.com
Alice Springs 14 Railway Terrace ALICE SPRINGS NT 0870 PO Box 2461 ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871 T : 08 8953 3172 Fx: 08 8953 2925 E : firstname.lastname@example.org
Palmerston (NSP only)
Palmerston Health Precinct. Cnr Temple Terrace & Roystonea Ave, Palmerston.
T: (08) 8931 3676 F: (08) 8931 4070 Open: Monday to Friday: 9-30am to 5-30pm CLOSED 1pm to 1:30pm for lunch.
NTAHC's ABN is : 58 945 364 262
NTAHC's ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) number is: 58945364262
The ‘ASK for a Test’ Campaign has been focus-tested with urban and remote Indigenous people in both Darwin and Alice Springs. Feedback from a diverse field ranging from young Indigenous women to Elders of communities, as well as Indigenous Sexual Health workers, has been incorporated into this campaign poster series. The posters have been produced for distribution to remote AMS and health services.