Ear & Hearing Health

Alice Springs GP

An audiologist is a specialist ear practitioner who will check your ears for hearing loss, ear infection, or other ear health issues. Ear disease can be prevented and treated so regular checks are important. The audiologist can support people to get hearing aids if they need them. The audiologist sometimes visits schools in Alice Springs […]

Help to stop smoking

Are you ready to quit smoking? Seeing a doctor or other health professional is a good first step when planning to quit.

Help with the NDIS

Congress is part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Remote Community Connectors (RCC) Program and we support people with disabilities to apply for the NDIS.

NDIS Therapy Services

Congress NDIS Therapy Services helps provide adults, children and young people with therapy from speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists…

Health checks

What is a Health Check? An Aboriginal health check, also called a 715 health check, is a complete check of your physical health and wellbeing to keep you on track to stay well. When you come in for your health check, you will see an Aboriginal health practitioner (AHP) or nurse then a doctor. They […]

Alukura Maternity Services

Alukura offers a women’s only pre and postnatal maternity service. It is guided by traditional Aboriginal grandmothers to preserve and recognise Aboriginal identity, culture, law and languages, as they relate to birthing, pregnancy, childbirth and the care of Aboriginal women and babies. Alukura Women’s Health Service is an Aboriginal women-only place caring for the health […]

Frail, Aged & Disabled

The Frail Aged and Disabled (FAAD) programs provides a health service to Aboriginal people who are aged and/or disabled and have significant access issues that prevent them from visiting Congress services for their health care needs.

Bush Mobile

The Congress Bush Mobile visits clients who live on outstations within 100km of Alice Springs.

Ampe Kenhe Apmere Congress Childcare

Congress’ Childcare & Preschool centre is available to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children aged 6 months to 5 years.

Psychological Support

Congress’ Social & Emotional Wellbeing services can help you with feeling safe and happy, and relationships with your mob.

Family Support Service

Walking alongside families to build family strengths to achieve family goals

Social and Cultural Support

The Social & Emotional Wellbeing team can support you to have better relationships by helping you with how you feel and act.


Gap Clinic is no longer opening on Sundays or Public Holidays

The Mparntwe Urgent Care Clinic is open every day for any person with an urgent but not life-threatening illness and injury. Walk ins only.

 Visit the UCC website for more information.

In an emergency, always call 000.