Aims to improve the Tasmanian community's response to youth issues by involving young people and service providers in identifying and responding to youth issues; developing coordinated mechanisms across the youth sector; and providing advice to government and other agencies on youth issues.
The Community and Local Government tabs on this website contain information on a wide variety of services, events and youth activities throughout Tasmania with direct links.
A free, confidential service for Tasmanian youth dealing with issues such as drug use, pregnancy, sex, infections and diseases, housing, diet and nutrition and just about anything else.
Provides assistance for young people experiencing depression and anxiety.
Provides sexual and reproductive health services through bulk-billing clinics around Tasmania. It also provides school education programs, training, and health promotion activities.
Provides Counselling, General Support and Advocacy; Illicit Drug Diversion Program (IDDI); Health promotion, Education and Resources; Innovative Health Services for Homeless Youth program (IHSHY) Assessment; and an Outreach service to the North West Coast. Free and confidential.
Provides a wide range of services to assist individuals, families and communities to reduce the harm caused by substance abuse. There is no cost for treatment or counselling.
The Youth Arts & Recreation Centre is a creative, exciting, safe and engaging space for all young people aged 12 – 25. It's a great place to meet up with friends, get involved in art, music or recreation workshops, use facilities, check out an art exhibition or see a music gig.
44 Collins Street
Phone 6231 5150
The Youth Health Policy Officer works at a strategic and systems level to improve health outcomes for young people in Tasmania, particularly those vulnerable or at risk of not making a successful transition to adulthood.
The Youth Health Policy Officer is employed by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
Health information, services and support for 12-24 year olds in Southern Tasmania.
Pulse Youth Health South
404-408 Main Road
Glenorchy (Entrance is off Barry Street).
Phone: 6166 1421
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 information about health, relationships, home and finances. Also provides support and counselling.
Catholiccare Tasmania deliver a range of support programs that respond to the needs of individuals, families and the community, regardless of background or circumstance.
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.
Youth, Family & Community Connections Inc. (YFCC) is a not for profit, community organisation that provides a range of services to young people, families and individuals in communities across the North West Coast and West Coast of Tasmania.
Provides policies and services for young people in Northern and North West Tasmania. Cornerstone focuses on health promotion, education, early intervention and developing the help-seeking behaviours of young people.
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
The Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Youth Settlement Program supports young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds aged between 15 and 25 years during their first 5 years of settlement.
The Program provides case management, youth advocacy, referrals, school outreach, education and language support, recreation opportunities and group information sessions.
Youth Support Services
The program offers regular support through its weekly youth drop-in service every Wednesday from 3-5:30pm at the MRC. Youth Drop-in offers:
Through case management youth workers can help with issues including:
MYAN TAS is an informal network of services working to promote the needs and issues of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds in Tasmania. The Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc., through its multicultural youth specialist program, is the host agency for the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network.
Multicultural Youth Tasmania (MYT) is a statewide program and website which now hosts all MRC Tas youth services under the one banner.
MYT provides targeted services and projects to support young people aged up to 25 years from multicultural backgrounds to reach their full potential and thrive as active citizens of the Tasmanian community.
Visit the MYT website to find program information, referral forms, blog posts by young people, and learn about the MYAN TAS Youth Advisory Group.
Provides free advocacy services across Tasmania. Advocacy Tasmania Inc (ATI) works to promote and protect the rights and interests of clients, providing a free, statewide, independent and confidential 'Your Say' advocacy service.
Entitles eligible people with a lifelong disability to a free ticket for their companion carer at participating venues and events.
The Office of eSafety is committed to helping young people have safe, positive experiences online and encouraging behavioural change, where a generation of Australian children act responsibly online—just as they would offline.
The Office of eSafety provide online safety education for Australian children and young people, a complaints service for young Australians who experience serious cyberbullying, and address illegal online content through the Online Content Scheme.
The Office of eSafety’s goal is to empower all Australians to explore the online world—safely.
Phone 1800 880 176