Charities and Services for
the Homeless.

Charities and support services for the homeless can help provide food, information, temporary accommodation and more - if the homeless can find them.

This information is provided both for those may wish to contribute in cash, kind or time and for those who may need assistance.

ShelterMe

ShelterMe is a directory of services for homeless Territorians, managed by NT Shelter and funded by the Northern Territory Government


Go to www.shelterme.org.au

Baptist Food Aid

Casuarina Baptist Church
44 Dripstone Rd
Ph: (08) 8945 2183
Fax: (08) 8945 2372
info@casbap.org.au

Mission Australia

Grass Roots Solutions is a mobile service that visits the Darwin and Palmerston aboriginal town camps on a daily basis.
2 Carguta Crt
Coconut Grove

St Vincent de Paul

'St Vinnies' provides housing and transitional housing. In partnership with other agencies it provides a range of services for people who are homeless or are in housing crisis. Ozanam House
2 Westralia Street, Stuart Park NT 0820
PO Box 910 Parap NT 0804
Phone: 08 8981 4374
Fax 08 8981 1950
Email ozanamhouse@svdpnt.org.au
www.vinnies.org.au Every day: breakfast from 8.00 am. Lunch from 11.00 am.-

The Bakhita Centre

The Bakhita CentreThe Bakhita Centre

St. Josephine Bakhita was born in Sudan in 1869. She was abducted as a child and was traded into slavery. She was later sold to an Italian consul and came to know about Catholic faith during her stay in the Canossian Sisters of the Institute of the Catechumens in Venice. In 1896, Bakhita was consecrated as a sister of the Institute of St. Magdalene of Canossa. St. Josephine Bakhita was involved in various services such as cooking, sewing, embroidery and attending door in the Schio community. In 2000, when Pope St John Paul II declared her a Saint, she became the first person from Sudan to be canonised.

The Bakhita Centre located in the Northern Suburbs of Darwin is named after her. The centre provides medium to long-term accommodation for single men in Darwin. It has the capacity to accommodate more than 30 people and provide meal service for residents for approximately 3 months each as a transition from homelessness to more stable accommodation. For many people, Bakhita provides a safe and friendly environment to get re-established. The Bakhita Centre provides residents with safe and welcoming home. Safe social interaction helps residents to develop a sense of self respect, belonging and purpose For more information:
Phone - (08) 8985 5333
Email - bakhitacentre@svdpnt.org.au




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