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Northern Territory Housing Accommodation Support Initiative (NT HASI)

The Northern Territory Housing Accommodation Support Initiative (NT HASI) provides a formal link to public housing, psychosocial support services and clinical mental health services to provide wrap-around care enabling effective and coordinated care that supports a person to recover from mental illness, with the aim of supporting the individual’s tenancy to avoid becoming homeless.

The NT HASI is a partnership between the Northern Territory Department of Health (DOH); Northern Territory Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD); Top End Mental Health Services (TEMHS) and Anglicare NT. The NT HASI program is led by a Steering Committee consisting of senior staff from DHCD, DOH, Anglicare NT, TEMHS and consumer representation.

The NT HASI will provide $3 million over four years to support Territorians aged 18-64 with a mental illness living in public housing in Darwin, Casuarina and Palmerston. The NT HASI Program will provide wrap around care, including psychosocial community based support and treatment.

Contact

Anglicare NT
60 Winnellie Rd, Winnellie, Northern Territory, Australia

Postal: PO Box 36506, Winnellie NT 0821

Office Hours: 8\30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday

Phone: 08 8985 0000

Or
Email: NTHASI@nt.gov.au

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Last updated: 07 December 2019

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