Throughout its history the ATDC has maintained a solid member base and our current membership is listed below.
We work to promote and protect the rights and interests of our clients. We provide a free, State-wide, independent and confidential ‘Your Say’ advocacy service to older people, people with mental health issues, people with disabilities and people with drug and/or alcohol related problems, their carers and relatives. In addition, ATI takes a leadership role in advocating for systemic change on issues affecting our client groups.
ATI’s service is free, confidential and State-wide.
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Bethlehem House is a 24-hour service centre for homeless men in central Hobart. Bethlehem House is a special work of the St Vincent de Paul Society, and has been operating continuously since 1973.
Currently Bethlehem House is the largest centre in Tasmania for homeless men, and is the only crisis accommodation centre in Hobart.
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The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is a member of the national body, Brain Injury Australia, which is a peak organisation working nationally to address systemic issues for people with ABI at a federal level. We are based in Hobart however we aim to work in, and be accessible, to all areas of Tasmania.
We are located at 83 Melville Street, Hobart TAS, 7000.
Find out more by visiting us online at www.biat.org.au
You can contact us by:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone: (03) 6230 9800
- fax: (03) 6231 2207
Our Corporation offices are located at:
- 10 King Street, Smithton, TASMANIA, 7330
165 Nelson Street Smithton, TASMANIA, 7330
Phone: (03) 6452 1287, Fax: (03) 6452 1187, Email: [Reception@CHAC.com.au]
- 32A Queen Street, Ulverstone, TASMANIA, 7315
Phone: (03) 6425 2641, Fax: (03) 6425 6241, Email: [Reception@CHAC.com.au]
- Level 3, 85 Macquarie Street, Hobart, TASMANIA, 7000
Phone: (03) 6270 2236, Email: [Reception@CHAC.com.au]
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From our pioneering beginnings in 1973 until today, Colony 47 has been at the forefront of identifying and addressing the complex needs of socially isolated and vulnerable Tasmanians. We know from experience and research that the roots of disadvantage run deep in our community. We help individuals and families develop solutions and find support to build better lives.
Colony 47 delivers integrated services to help individuals and families stay housed, access education, develop skills, find employment and build meaningful family relationships. We have expertise in providing effective support to people such as homeless young women, long term unemployed, humanitarian entrants, or people with persistent and severe mental illness.
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We focus on health promotion, prevention, education, early intervention and developing help-seeking behaviours.
Our services to the young people of northern Tasmania include access to ‘no charge’, fully functional, General Practitioners and specialist Youth Health Nurse clinics; immediate support via an intake service with an Allied Health Practitioner; individual and group support and activities; school programs; and advocacy to access many other services to improve general or specific health and wellbeing.
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The Drug Education Network (DEN) is a non-government organisation funded to deliver a range of health promotion, prevention, and early intervention programs to reduce the harm associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use across Tasmania. We have a commitment to deliver services focused on community engagement and capacity building.
The DEN recognises socio-economic, cultural and gender factors influence usage and that disadvantage is often perpetuated through different system and service responses to different population groups.
Therefore the DEN work closely with communities and key stakeholders to identify and develop locally owned responses to concerns regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.
Recognising that ATOD use and misuse affects individuals across the lifespan, DEN works from pre-birth to the senior years.
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This was also the plight of many other families.
Realising this was but the tip of the iceberg, a public meeting was called where hundreds of people attended and FDS was formed as a result.
FDS is a caring, non-religious and non judgemental organisation. FDS is primarily made up of volunteers who have experienced first hand the trauma and chaos of having family members with drug dependency. Most have travelled the same road.
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We have a team of specialists unparalleled in Tasmania, who will talk with you about the treatment that best suits your individual needs.
You may benefit from our day programs, which you can attend one to five days a week. We also run support programs for people who are caring for someone else.
If your doctor recommends a residential stay, you can be accommodated in one of our 27 private rooms. Most stays are for two or three weeks.
With outstanding medical expertise, and a vision based on values rather than profit, the Hobart Clinic has been providing excellence in mental health for our community.
Phone us on 6247 9960 for further information, visit our web site for an overview of our programs, and discuss with your GP how we can assist you.
Holyoake was founded in 1975 in Western Australia when a small group of alcohol and drug dependent people were concerned about the quality and quantity of help available to individuals and their families with problems related to alcohol, drugs, gambling and other addictive behaviour. Holyoake has operated in Tasmania since 1988.
Holyoake is a non-profit community based organisation.
Holyoake is not affiliated with any religious, political or commercial organisation.
All Holyoake programs are based on a harm minimisation model.
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We aim to improve the quality of life for the one in five Tasmanian families, friends, carers and people living with mental health issues and mental illness.
Carers are people who provide unpaid physical, practical or emotional support to a family member, friends, neighbours or colleagues with mental ill health.
You can contact us by phone:
- (South) 03 6228 7448
- (North) 03 6349 1121
- (North West) 03 6441 5280
Mission Australia works with government to deliver a range of community and employment support services that help individuals and families to stay housed, access education and gain the skills, training and confidence to find employment.
We also work alongside community and advocacy groups, other not-for-profit organisations and businesses across the nation to stand up for people in need across Australia.
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Missiondale is a residential recovery program based on a Therapeutic Community model offering to those dealing with life controlling addictions an opportunity for positive change. The program looks at all areas of a person’s life; Physical, Emotional, Social, Intellectual, Financial and Spiritual and combines community living, group therapy, individual counselling, work therapy and case management to help achieve change.
Missiondale provides a safe environment to explore the possibilities for your future and as a resident you will be given support to do this, but you have to be willing to embrace the change, to take off the old thinking, attitudes and behaviour patterns.
Missiondale is available for single males or females and begins with an 8 week foundations program.
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Rivendell Clinic offers a six bed inpatient unit and day programs for people primarily with depression, anxiety, PTSD and substance abuse. They offer support and intervention to people both directly and indirectly affected by substance abuse – primarily alcohol. They offer acute detoxification as an inpatient. During and following the period, patients attend the group program and 1:1 sessions with trained staff to work on relapse prevention.
Designed to provide workplace based early intervention suicide prevention and social capacity building programs, it is built on a vision to enhance the resilience of apprentices and workers in the construction and building industry, while at the same time strengthen the leadership and support roles of the industry leaders.
This is achieved by undertaking workplace training and support services including workplace mental health and wellbeing training. Success within the building and construction industry has seen an 80% reduction in deaths and services expanded to new industries including TasTAFE.
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RAW’s outreach program is available 24/7, their outreach workers will come to you, or alternatively talk on the phone. They offer a friendly ear in a difficult time, and provide information, support and strategies to help, as well as linking you to relevant services that can assist. The service is free and confidential. To talk to a RAW outreach worker call 1300 HELP MATE (1300 4357 6283)
- RAW can offer you a friendly ear, just call us or we can come to you
- RAW can offer information, support and strategies to help
- RAW can offer contact information for other relevant services
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We are a community-based, not-for-profit organisation with no religious affiliations. Our services are for all members of the community, regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background or economic circumstances.
We are committed to enhancing the lives of communities, families and individuals and supporting positive and respectful relationships. We have a federated structure with large autonomous member organisations in every state and territory and a national office based in Canberra.
With more than 60 years experience, Relationships Australia Tasmania has been helping Tasmanians to build positive relationships through the provision of confidential relationship support services by our professionally-trained and highly-skilled staff.
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We have been in Australia for over 130 years. Currently we have more than 8,500 active officers and staff delivering in excess of 1000 specifically designed social programs across Australia.
The Salvation Army helps more than 1 million Australians every year – that’s one person every 30 seconds!
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TAC represents the political and community development aspirations of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community and provides a wide range of services including community advocacy, aged care program, children’s services, counselling, legal services and a dental health program.
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Teen Challenge Tasmanias mission is to meet the needs of the whole person to help them to be physically well, socially adjusted, mentally sound, emotionally balanced and spiritually alive. Programs are based on Christian principles with a goal to equip the individual to return to society as a responsible citizen.
To contact Teen Challenge Tasmania:
Head Office: PO Box 453 Launceston TAS 7250
M: 0412 300 850
M: 0418 915 681
The Link provides health services that are FREE. You will get confidential support in a safe and friendly environment.
The Link Youth Health Service is open for appointments and NSP Mon, to Fri. 9.00am – 5.00pm and the “Open Access Area is open From 1.00pm to 5.00pm Mon to Fri (no appointment necessary).
We are located at 57 Liverpool, Street, Hobart.
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Each year, our passionate and skilled staff assist over 10,000 people into jobs. Our employment services are cost-free to eligible job seekers and employers.
Since 2001, we have invested $3.5 million of our funds into innovative projects to support the most disadvantaged in our community including people with disability, mental illness, youth, ex-offenders, refugees and Indigenous communities. WISE Employment also operates four socially-inclusive social enterprises, employing 200 people.
Since 1992, we have been empowering job seekers and employers. We believe the entire community is enriched when everyone is supported to achieve their potential.
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Our purpose is to promote and provide services for the well being of the Circular Head Community. We place particular emphasis on persons and groups at risk of, or experiencing disadvantage or devaluation.
Find out more online at www.wyndarra.org.au