Danila Dilba has a wide range of services supporting the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of our clients. Below is an overview of all of these services and what they have to offer. Speak to your local clinic staff about how to get access to this service.
The Bringing Them Home program provides counselling to Indigenous people of the greater Darwin region, focusing on improving their social and emotional wellbeing, particularly in relation to the Stolen Generations and inter-generational impact of government policies. We run a regular meeting space where seniors from the Stolen Generation can meet up and share their stories and develop their social network, whilst engaging in therapeutic activities.
As well as clinic-based counseling services, the Social Emotional Wellbeing Seniors Group has been successful in advocating, providing safe space for seniors from the Stolen Generation to reflect and participate in therapeutic activities during group sessions.
This Mental Health / Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) service, provides support, advocacy and therapeutic interventions to individuals whose AOD use is affecting their mental health and wellbeing.
This program employs two therapeutic workers and two Indigenous Support Workers. This program is funded by the NT Primary Health Network (NT PHN).
The National Redress Scheme was set up to hold institutions accountable for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse.
The National Redress Scheme can help you get access to three things:
Daniel Dilba counsellors can help you to fill out an application, provide counselling and be a Nominee on behalf of the person applying.
Click the link below for more information on how to access this Scheme.