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Grants and funding
The NT Correctional Services provides grants to support the development of custodial and community programs to help people who have offended or are at a risk of offending.
The department provides grant funding for the following services.
Reform Programs – AOD Programs
To provide a residential alcohol and other drug treatment program to Indigenous pre-release prisoners.
Offender Programs & Services – Offender Programs
To provide a coordinating chaplain at the Darwin and Alice Springs correctional centres.
Indigenous Programs – Elders Program
Provides opportunity for elders to participate in and promote more community involvement or have input into a prisoner's preparation for release - eligibility restricted.
Reform Programs – Pre/Post-Release Support & Accommodation
To provide transitional accommodation and reintegration support services to eligible prisoner and post-release offenders leaving Northern Territory correctional facilities.
Offender Development – Prisoner Support Services
To assist and support prisoners and families with services not already provided through other programs or schemes.
Register of Appropriate Support Persons (RASP)
A register of appropriate support persons that meets the requirements of section 14 and 35 of the Youth Justice Act.
To provide reintegration services for people exiting prison and juvenile detention facilities in Darwin and Alice Springs
How to apply
Read the Program Guidelines on how to apply for grants.
These guidelines also include the applications forms you will need to complete.
Application Details Form (pdf 2 mb)
Application Budget Form (pdf 2 mb)
All applications must be emailed to GrantsAdmin.NTDCS@nt.gov.au.
Policies and guidelines
Read below for information about grant policies and guidelines for service providers and departmental staff.
Correctional Services Grant Application Guidelines provide step-by-step directions to external service providers on how to complete application forms, performance reporting, milestone submissions and financial acquittals.
Correctional Services staff
Correctional Services Grants Management Framework explains the best practice in grants management, legislative requirements, and processes for appropriate management, accountability and control arrangements over the payment, ongoing monitoring and acquittal of grants.
It also details specific practice and procedure for managing grants work from end-to-end, including instruction on how to plan and promote grant projects, assess grant applications, and create and manage funding contracts.
For more information contact the Grants Administration Unit by calling (08) 8935 7408 or (08) 8935 7438, or email GrantsAdmin.NTDCS@nt.gov.au.
Last updated: 15 March 2017