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About Us

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NTAHC is the key non-Government organisation working in the area of blood-borne viruses, education and support in the Northern Territory.

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We offer education on the following programs: NSP, SWOP, GAY/MSM, ATSI and men and women's health

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These websites have excellent educational information in them.


: : : 'Our C-ciety' Hepatitis C Peer Support and Information : : :


‘Our C-ciety’, developed by AIVL (Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League), is Australia’s only social networking site specifically for people living with hepatitis C who have a history of injecting drug use and/or are on a pharmacotherapy program, such as methadone or suboxone. And for those who have completed hepatitis C treatment.

A peer-based, confidential, safe space ‘Our C-ciety’ allows people to ask questions, share experiences, voice concerns and learn about the latest updates in treatment, research, health and legal rights – with doctors available to answer any medical questions.


http://www.leap.cc/ - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

http://www.ancd.org.au/ - Australian National Council On Drugs

http://www.adin.com.au/ - Australian Drugs Information Network

http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/needle-return-1-sum - NSP Return on Investment

http://www.health.gov.au/ - Australian Government Department of Health & Aging

http://www.anex.org.au/ - Australian Harm Reduction Peak Body

http://www.adf.org.au/ - Australian Drug Foundation

http://www.avaaz.org/en/index.php - Global Petitions Organisation

http://www.globalcommissionondrugs.org/Commission - Global Commission on Drugs

Welcome to NTAHC

AIDS Candlelight Vigil- Sunday 18 May 2015. More info here

We are seeking a Sex Worker Outreach Project officer. Position description here

EAT INDULGE CONNECT ::: a food event for positive people,their loved ones and friends. More info here

NTAHC are seeking a HIV Positive rep for the Board. Position description here

HEPATITIS SUPPORT GROUP dates are up for 2015! More info here

 Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) submission in support of the new medications for hepatitis C treatments. 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 here

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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

SUBSCRIBE to NTAHC's eNEWS and events http://ems.gs/3nMD0iiOLK

Become a Member of NTAHC - download the form here 

Eat Indulge Connect for HIV+ people more info here


Download the NSP location guide (PDF 1.58Mb)

Taking a Look is a booklet for gay men that covers all you need to know about HIV prevention - how to avoid getting HIV and passing it on to others. It contains up-to-date information about HIV testing, diagnosis and gay men’s sexual health.






NT Hep C Support Line


1800 464 404

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.


This is a study for people who have recently been diagnosed with HIV. Our aim is to collect information about your experiences with HIV, both before and after you were diagnosed. This study will provide valuable information for health promotion efforts and for policy development, and may be used in the development of health promotion materials. More info: http://www.hivss.net/

NTAHC prefer to travel with Scarfe & Turner!

carfe & Turner Travel Associates is committed to the local Darwin community and are proud to support NTAHC.

With some of the most experienced consultants across Australia, they are a boutique travel agency who will take the time to take care of every detail. Over time, they have built enduring relationships with customers like NTAHC and also foster working relationships with a number of schools, clubs and community organisations that require a professional and knowledgeable travel coordinator. You can book with confidence, knowing that the details of your dream holiday or important business trip are being looked after with care and professionalism.

Call Kirsty who would love to discuss your travel needs, call 8901 6400.

Be sure to mention NTAHC when you make your next booking and Scarfe & Turner Travel Associates will contribute a percentage of the sale to supporting NTAHC.

ATSI Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander NTAHC 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.

SWOP Sex 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.


NSP Needle & 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.

LBGT Peer 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.