The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) Facebook page is a community friendly page and the following Facebook posting guidelines must be adhered to:

  • No posts, comments or links to information that is offensive, illegal, abusive or defamatory
  • No posts about clinical, personal or other confidential information
  • No solicitation or advertising
  • No off-topic or irrelevant posts

Congress reserves the right to delete posts, links or photos at our discretion, particularly those that are not relevant to the organisation and its services, that may be offensive, or do not comply with these rules.

Comments published on the Congress Facebook page are the views of that party, and publication of the comment should not be taken as endorsement or agreement by Congress.

Congress makes no warranties or representations regarding the accuracy, reliability, validity and/or completeness of third party information.

Health information delivered on this page is general in nature and is not a substitute for specific health advice from qualified practitioners.

Inappropriate & offensive content includes any material that is fraudulent, threatening, bullying, embarrassing, of a sexual nature, profane (whether obfuscated by symbols or not), obscene, racist, sexist, defamatory or otherwise inappropriate or unlawful. This also includes content that breaches client or commercial confidentiality.

Endorsement of a post via sharing and publishing it to our audience will acknowledge the original source.

If you have any concerns about content on our page, please email communications@caac.org.au

There are currently changes to Congress town clinic open hours.