Support to find a service

This resource is designed for Territorians to navigate the NT mental health and related service system.  It has been compiled by people with lived experience and is current as of the date printed at the bottom of the resource. 

The resource will be periodically updated and improved so please remember to check back at this page. If you have suggestions for how this resource can be improved or have found an error, please let us know by emailing

DOWNLOAD the NTLEN Service Navigation Resource (current 31 March 2021).

Disability Royal Commission

The Disability Royal Commission was established in response to community concern about widespread reports of violence, abuse, neglect, abuse and exploitation of people with disability.  

People who have experienced mental health challenges, trauma or alcohol and other drug issues (as well as their family members), are invited to provide a submission to the Royal Commission if they have experienced violence, abuse or neglect.   

In the NT there are several organisations that are providing support to people to make a submission, as well as providing legal advocacy services and emotional support through counselling. 

DOWNLOAD the NTLEN guide to NT Services supporting the Disability Royal Commission (current 21 March 2021).  For more information about the Disability Royal Commission go to