Provides a leadership project focusing on violence prevention by equipping CALD youth with superior skills and strong self-esteem to model successful relationships.
Provides relationship support services, including counselling and education services, to support Tasmanians to achieve positive and respectful relationships. Most services are free; however, a fee applies to counselling, family dispute resolution, mediation, education, and children’s contact services.
Provides free, confidential, professional and specialised services to children, young people and adults affected by family violence.
Works with community organisations to provide support, counselling and information to women, men and children who have been sexually assaulted at any time in their lives.
Provides sexual and reproductive health services through bulk-billing clinics around Tasmania. It also provides school education programs, training, and health promotion activities.
Provides a single access point for individuals, agencies, services and professionals to refer clients to services and obtain information and advice about family support and specialist disability services.
Provides practical parenting assistance and strategies, casework, and case management services for vulnerable families and works in partnership with a co-located community-based Child Protection worker if there are serious concerns about a child’s safety.
Provides information about health, relationships, home and finances. Also provides support and counselling.
Provides services to support families with adoption; family violence; parenting; rental and homelessness; stress; and separation.
Reconnect is a free, early intervention, outreach service for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Reconnect works with young people aged 12-18 years and newly arrived (in Australia less than 5 years) young people aged 12-21 years through its integrated Newly Arrived Youth Support Service (NAYSS). Reconnect aims to assist young people to stabilise their accommodation and to develop the kind of relationships they want with their family, other significant others, education, employment and the community. Reconnect can help with counselling, casework, mediation and referral to other services. Reconnect also provides support for families and carers.
Reconnect Newly Arrived Youth Support Service (NAYSS) - Colony 47
432 Elizabeth Street
North Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 6214 1481
Engender Equality is a not-for-profit organisation that provides free and confidential counselling and support for women who are currently experiencing or have experienced abuse in an intimate or family relationship. This may include physical, psychological, emotional, sexual, social, economic or spiritual abuse.
The services at SHE are available to all women regardless of age, ability, marital or socio-economic status, cultural, religious or ethnic background, or sexual orientation. Interpreters can be used when required.
PO Box 300
North Hobart 7002
Phone: (03) 6278 9090 (Statewide)
Fax: (03) 6278 8292
The Phoenix Centre, is a support service for adults, children and families from any country who have fled persecution, torture and war-related trauma to find safety in Australia. Services are available in the south and north of the state. Services include: counselling, natural therapies, suicide prevention and other events.
Provides child health, growth and developmental assessments; parent support and information; and early intervention services.
Provide access to a range of services for families with children aged from birth to five to improve the health and wellbeing, education and care of Tasmania's very young children.
Provides intake, assessment, case management and out-of-home care services where children are at risk of abuse and neglect.
Providing Integrated Family Support Service; Accommodation Service and Focus on Transitional Outreach; Community Focus Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Service; Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative; and Focus on Primary Schools Partnership Program & Respectful Relationships
Migrants and refugee families often feel isolated when they first arrive in Australia. The 'It Takes a Village' program offers playgroups for children to help them transition to school and supports mothers in Hobart.
The Phoenix Centre, is a support service for adults, children and families from any country who have fled persecution, torture and war-related trauma to find safety in Australia. Services are available in the south and north of the state. Services include counselling, natural therapies, suicide prevention and other events.