Territory Families, Housing and Communities provides support services across child protection, domestic and family violence, youth justice services, housing, homelessness, social inclusion, sport and active recreation and celebrates arts, culture, heritage, libraries and archives. Find out more about us.
Children and families
Foster and kinship care, rates, resources, quality assurance, FACES support line, transforming out of home care, Multi-Agency Community and Child Safety Framework.
Housing and homelessness
Urban and remote housing, initiatives and strategies, town camps, homelands, healthy homes program, government employee housing, public housing wait times and allocations.
Sport and active recreation
NT Institute of Sport, athlete and coach development, scholarships and grants, NT sports awards, NT Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Plan 2021-25, sport and active recreation.
Arts and culture
Araluen Cultural Precinct, creative industries, Arts NT, Museum and Art Gallery of the NT, National Aboriginal Art Gallery, State Square Art Gallery.
Social inclusion and interpreting services
Office of Gender Equity and Diversity, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of Senior Territorians, Office of Youth Affairs, Office of Disability, Interpreting and Translating Service NT.
Domestic, family and sexual violence reduction
Domestic, family and sexual violence prevention and reduction, information sharing, risk assessment and management, National plan to reduce violence against women and their children.
What we are doing
The Northern Territory Government has published a market sounding report to shape the future procurement opportunity for the Shiers Street redevelopment.
Check out what’s on offer these school holidays through the online school holiday program calendar.
The season’s first open water swimming event.
Commemorating 150 years since the first message of the Subsea Telegraph Cable.
Young people have recently put the finishing touches on a mural at Nakara Oval in Darwin as part of a youth justice program run by Anglicare NT.
TFHC launch bi-annual public report on Action Plan achievements
The 2022 National Reconciliation Week (NRW) theme is a challenge to all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements, and strengthen respectful relationships. ‘Be Brave. Make Change.’ calls upon all Australians to ‘be brave’ and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can ‘make change’ for the benefit of all Australians.
Up to 70 Territorians will begin moving into 30 new social houses at Rubix apartments, The Narrows from Monday 23 May 2022.
Modern new play area provides an exciting and safe space for women and children.
The current round of sport and learn to swim vouchers expire 31 May 2022
A vision for a diverse and sustainable community housing sector and service system that delivers the social and affordable housing Territorians need to thrive.
Passionate community advocates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, the disadvantaged and youth offenders have been recognised at the Northern Territory (NT) Young Achievers Awards.