Supporting carers, relatives and friends of people with mental ill health Formerly known as ARAFMI, Mental Health Carers Tasmania is an organisation working to assist assist individuals, families and friends, and the wider community to receive information and gain a better understanding of mental ill health and mental illness. Whether you are a…
Service Development Plan 2013 Advocacy Tasmania Inc (ATI) Consumer Engagement Program (CEP) commenced as the Consumer and Carer Participation Program (CCPP) in 2010 with an aim to support and promote consumer engagement activity in the ATOD sector. The program is funded by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services through its Alcohol and Drug…
The relationship between substance abuse and domestic and family violence This resource is an important first step in clarifying how service providers can work in collaborative and respectful ways with women who have experienced violence and who have substance use concerns. It identifies how common it is for women to experience both concerns and therefore…
For eligible employees these scholarships are worth up to $5865 for full time study commencing in first semester 2013
“Building Resilient Workers” aims to strengthen workers’ by building their understanding of the potential impact of working in the helping professions and explore self care practices known to increase resilience.
EMDR is emerging as an evidence based treatment for traumatic memories and may be a useful component in the treatment of substance abuse and other problems arising from the earlier trauma.
The Diploma of Community Services (Alcohol, other drugs and mental health) is now accepted as 1.25 years’ credit towards the Bachelor of Social Work at UTas
Clinical supervision can enhance employee confidence and job satisfaction and help retain workers for longer.
JointForces is a collaboration between the Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs Council Tas Inc. and the Mental Health Council of Tasmania.
A collaboration between the University of Tasmania and the Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council