Below are a list of services that can be of support for you.
The West Tamar Youth Outreach Service is for 12 – 25 year olds who:
How? A Mental Health Clinician will provide counselling, case management or groups / workshops may be developed based on presenting issues of young people in the community. The West Tamar Youth Outreach Service is provided at no cost.
Referral. Self-referrals are welcome. GPs, school, parents & family, other services & supports can refer.
The West Tamar Youth Outreach Service is funded by the Irene Phelps Charitable Trust.
Headspace is here for you. Whether you need information or someone to talk to – we'll connect you with expert support.
City Mission’s Youth Services team offers a range of programs and services for young people. The Mish provides two core services; one-to-one mentoring to help young people to achieve their goals and a suite of engagement programs that are tailor-made to build capacity within young people. Missiondale provides youth alcohol and other drug outreach support, offering brief intervention and pathway planning for young people ages 16-25. For referrals to Youth Services and Youth AOD Outreach, please contact The Mish on 6335 3004 to complete a registration over the phone.
CanTeen is here for you if you're 12-25 and cancer has turned your world upside down. Get the latest CanTeen news and updates.
The Drug Education Network or DEN as we are known locally, can provide you with information around alcohol and other drugs, how to look after yourself and can point you in the direction of further help needed.
Contact details: 1300 369 319 or email@example.com
Laurel House provides a safe place for adult and children who have been impacted by sexual assault.
Family Planning Tasmania is conducting research into contraception information and services for young people as part of the LARC4U project. The survey only takes ten minutes and will help us to conduct important work in Tasmania.
Kids Helpline is Australia's only free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.
Contact Sara Ferrington - Artistic Director - 0429425578 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rascal Robot is a place for the kids who make fancy title pages in their school books, the dreamers who build worlds with their toys, the littles who go nuts for paint and scissors and tape, and the grown ups who wish they had more time to nurture their own craft-y tendencies.
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"We believe in the power of inspired young people"
We bring youth together to create programs, services and fun to embrace the minds of young people. As a community organisation we aim to provide social connections and a sense of belonging for all.
Youth Health North is a free service for young people aged between 12 and 24 years. It is a small team of youth-friendly Social Workers and Registered Nurses. Youth Health North seeks to promote the health and wellbeing of young people by providing a confidential and strengths-based approach. Youth Health North provides a combination of individual and group work opportunities. Youth Health North is based at the Ravenswood Community Health Centre. However, our area of service incorporates the Greater Launceston Region and service to rural areas is available upon negotiation.
Healthy Young People (HYP) is a free resource promoting positive body image, adequate sleep, healthy eating, water consumption, physical activity and reduced sedentary time.
These resources are aimed at secondary school students, teachers and school staff, youth workers, social workers and anyone who works with young people.
The Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT) is the peak body for young people aged 12-25 years and the non government youth sector in Tasmania.
Our vision is a Tasmania where young people are actively engaged in community life and have access to the resources needed to develop their full potential.
Established in 1994, our mission is to work with young people, the Tasmanian youth sector, the community and all levels of government to increase the participation and contribution of young people in the State.
As an independent not for profit organisation YNOT provides: