Counselling and Support for people affected by the Disability Royal Commission

We can provide free counselling and support for people impacted by the Royal Commission, including people with a disability, their families, carers or support workers.

 Following the easing of restrictions by the NT Government, we are resuming face-to-face sessions. Read our COVID-19 update.


The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability started in April 2019. The Royal Commission will inquire into instances of violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability across Australia
 
How can we help?
  • Free counselling and support (face to face, phone or other ways of communicating)
  • Assistance preparing a submission to the Disability Royal Commission
  • Supported referrals to advocacy or legal advice
  • Case management
  • Referral to other services where needed
  • Work with interpreters
This website is currently being upgraded to provide better access for people with disabilities. If you know someone who is unable to access this information, please contact us via email or phone.

Who can we help?

Any person with a disability, their families or carers, staff or any other person who has experienced abuse, neglect, violence or
exploitation against people with a disability.

Is there a cost involved?

This is a free service.

Where can I access this service?

Face-to-face sessions are available in Darwin and Alice Springs.

Phone or video sessions are available for people all over the Territory.

 

Where do I find more information?

You can find more information about the Royal Commission at https://disability.royalcommission.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

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