Child & Youth Services

Mi Track

Funded by the Department of Social Services and delivered by Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (NT), this free program aims to work in partnership with families and carers to provide flexible support for children and youth living in and around Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Elliott and Ali Curung.

We encourage young people and their families from our service areas who are experiencing difficulties, to approach our team directly for assistance. Alternatively referrals are accepted from any source.

The Mi Track program is a free service for children and youth up to the age of 18 who are at risk of or experiencing early signs of mental illness.

We work with the young person and their parent or carer to help them to build their strengths to achieve their goals and get more enjoyment out of life.

The young person might be experiencing sadness, excessive worry, fear, anger, fatigue or boredom; they might be having difficulties with their peers, or be struggling to cope with a significant life event.

A formal diagnosis of mental illness is not required to access the service.

Download our Mi Track brochure for more information or contact the Alice Springs or Tennant Creek office on (08) 8948 1051



Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (NT), MIFA(NT) is a non-government organisation providing services for people living with a mental illness and their carer’s and families. 


Image credit to Louise Denton Photography


2/273 Bagot Rd,
Coconut Grove, NT 0810

PO Box 40556,
Casuarina NT 0811

P: (08) 8948 1051
Freecall: 1800 985 944 
F: (08) 8948 2473   

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