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CALD Community Connections - Suicide Prevention Program

Migrant Resource Centre / Phoenix Centre

CALD Community Connections Suicide Prevention program delivers workshops, information and activities which aim to reduce stigma associated with Mental illness, to reduce suicide risk and increase the capacity to respond to these concerns.The program targets anyone from a cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) background and any organisation that provides services for people from a CALD backgrounds.Service is available from: 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday....


Capstone College Tasmania

Fusion Australia

Capstone College is a Special Assistance School, specifically aimed at youth who have disengaged from school or for whom traditional schooling does not work. Our students come with mental health issues , high functioning Autism, trauma, and family breakdown. We provide fulltime youth worker support and services to parents and family as appropriate.We are registered for years 9 to 12. We are located in Poatina in the Northern Midlands and provide a daily free bus service from Wesbury, Launceston and surrounding towns....


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services - North

Department of Health - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

CAMHS North provides therapeutic interventions to children and young people up to the age of 18 who present with severe and complex mental health disorders .Work is in conjunction with families providing assessment, interventions and management of these disorders.CAMHS provides an office based service Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm with minimal outreach capacity....


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services - North West

Department of Health - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

CAMHS NW is a multidisciplinary team which works with young people from birth - 18 years living in the North West Tasmania Region, who have a severe and complex mental illness or disorder in the acute phase of their illness.CAMHS NW provide assessment, treatment, stabilisation, planning and referral to services.Therapy or case management will generally, for high prevalence disorders such as depression or anxiety, be the domain of other services, such as private psychology services.CAMHS will continue to manage complex mental health problems which require a multi-disciplinary approach, such as eating disorders and psychosis.All referrals go through the Mental Health...


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services - South

Department of Health - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

CAMHS South has three teams – the Community Team based at Clare Street New Town, a small RHH CAMHS Team based at Mistral Place Hobart and a small Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Team (PIMHT) also based at Mistral Place.CAMHS works closely with families to provide support and specialised treatment to children and young people up to 18 years for a range of mental difficulties such as anxiety disorders; attachment disorders; eating disorders; gender dysphoria issues; major depression and mood disorders; Psychosis; severe emotional trauma and adjustment problems and suicide risk and self-harm. This can involve individual and family therapies;...


Child and Family Centre Chigwell

DoE - Child and Family Centres

Child and Family Centres are places where families with children aged from birth to five years can go to access a range of services. The Child and Family Centre Chigwell aims to support families in a safe place where parents and children can play, access services, meet new friends, enjoy early learning activities such as playgroups.CFC Chigwell is located at 4 Bethune Street Chigwell.Opening hours for family information and support are weekdays 9am-5pm. The Playspace is open 9.00am -3.00pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am- 1.00pm Friday....


Child and Family Health Centres

THS - Child Health and Parenting Service

The Child Health and Parenting Service provides support to families with children 0 - 5 years of age.Child and Family Health Nurses provide support, health, and practical parenting information for families and screen and surveillance growth/development assessments for children. They screen women for post-natal depression and provide education support and referrals as clinically indicated. CHaPS can be contacted on 1300 064 544 between 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday for information about the nearest child health clinic and child health assessment ages/services available...


Child, Youth and Family Engagement (CYFE)

Wellways Australia

The Child, Youth and Family Engagement program (CYFE) is an early intervention and prevention support service that assists vulnerable families with children and young people who are at risk of developing or who are affected by mental health issues. The program:supports children aged up to 18 yearsprovides a professional and confidential service to children, young people and their familiesfocuses on the strengths of the family and building resilience within the family, children and young peopleensures their voices are heard and responded toassists children and young people in developing their own individualised planoffers practical assistance for the whole family to support...


Children and Young Persons Program (CHYPP) - North

Department of Communities Tasmania - Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS)

The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) work with children and young people affected by family violence (aka as domestic violence). To be eligible for a service the parent of children and young people must have been in a family violence incident attended by Tasmania Police and have an associated Family Violence Incident number. CHYPP also work with the non-offending parent and carers of children affected by family violence.CHYPP Counsellors provide a range of services and supports to address the impacts of family violence, through child/caregiver sessions, one on one counselling, group programs, support for care givers for parenting after...


Children and Young Persons Program (CHYPP) - North West

Department of Communities Tasmania - Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS)

The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) work with children and young people affected by family violence (aka as domestic violence). To be eligible for a service the parent of children and young people must have been in a family violence incident attended by Tasmania Police and have an associated Family Violence Incident number. CHYPP also work with the non-offending parent and carers of children affected by family violence.CHYPP Counsellors provide a range of services and supports to address the impacts of family violence, through child/caregiver sessions, one on one counselling, group programs, support for care givers for parenting after...


Children and Young Persons Program (CHYPP) - South

Department of Communities Tasmania - Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS)

The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) work with children and young people affected by family violence (aka as domestic violence). To be eligible for a service the parent of children and young people must have been in a family violence incident attended by Tasmania Police and have an associated Family Violence Incident number. CHYPP also work with the non-offending parent and carers of children affected by family violence.CHYPP Counsellors provide a range of services and supports to address the impacts of family violence, through child/caregiver sessions, one on one counselling, group programs, support for care givers for parenting after...


Children’s Contact Service – Devonport

Relationships Australia Tasmania

The Children’s Contact Service assists with providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children to spend time with their parent or other significant person after family separation.The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents. It can also help with establishing or building a relationship between a child and parent when there has been a period of limited or no contact.Children’s Contact Service case managers are available 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays and services are available Friday afternoons, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons....


Children’s Contact Service – Hobart

Relationships Australia Tasmania

The Children’s Contact Service assists with providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children to spend time with their parent or other significant person after family separation.The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents. It can also help with establishing or building a relationship between a child and parent when there has been a period of limited or no contact.Children’s Contact Service case managers are available 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays and services are available Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday....


Children’s Contact Service – Launceston

Relationships Australia Tasmania

The Children’s Contact Service assists with providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children to spend time with their parent or other significant person after family separation.The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents. It can also help with establishing or building a relationship between a child and parent when there has been a period of limited or no contact.Children’s Contact Service case managers are available 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays and services are available Wednesday & Friday afternoons, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons....


Choose Life Services

Choose Life Services

CLS provides a free face-to-face counselling service to anyone specifically around the issue of suicide and suicidality. We focus on short-term intervention and support for anyone who is suicidal or who has been affected by the suicide or the suicidality of someone else. We have counsellors available across the state.We also offer general counselling – usually at a cost to the client....


Clarence Plains Child and Family Centre

DoE - Child and Family Centres

The Clarence Plains Child and Family Centre aims to improve the health and well-being, education and care of Tasmania’s children (pre-birth to 5 years) by supporting families and improving their access to quality services in the local community....


Client Directed Advocacy

Advocacy Tasmania

Advocacy service is provided to people under the age of 18 years old and only in relation to NDIS planning, access, reviews, appeals and complaints....


Club CREATE

CREATE Foundation

ClubCREATE is an exclusive club for children and young people aged 0 to 25 who are in care or have a care experience.ClubCREATE connects children and young people together and links them to CREATE programs and services nationally. Best of all, it is FREE to join!The service is online but through the membership the young people are invited to CREATE’s other events, workshops and programs. For more info: clubcreate@create.org.au....


Colville Place

Colony 47

Colville Place is a new purpose-built facility in Hobart for youth at risk of homelessness between the ages of 12 and 15. Colville Place supports young people to achieve their goals through wrap around services, that work with them to:re-engage with education and vocational trainingre-engage with familydevelop daily living skillsdevelop relationships andconnect with people and supports that can assists them to achieve their goals....


Communities for Children – Derwent Valley

Anglicare Tasmania

This program aims to improve the development, safety, health and wellbeing of children aged 0-12 and their families through innovative, early intervention and prevention programs and activities, with a focus on the following target groups; vulnerable families; children aged 0-12 years; fathers; single parent families; grandparents caring for grandchildren; young and teen parents; and Aboriginal families....


Community Alcohol and Drug Support Service (CADSS) - Burnie

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

The Youth Alcohol & Drug Service (YADS) provides a broad range of alcohol and other drug treatment and support services, health promotion and early intervention initiatives aimed primarily at young people aged 12- 24 years, their families and significant others throughout the North West and West Coast of Tasmania.Services include:Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative (IDDI) and Tasmanian Early Intervention and Prevention (TEIP) Brief Intervention and CounsellingSchool Drug Education and Health Promotion ProgramsCommunity and Other Services Education and Health Promotion ProgramsOutreach - either a neutral site, at the client’s home or via digital technology to clients who cannot access on-site services....


Community Alcohol and Drug Support Service (CADSS) - Devonport

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

This Service is delivered in partnership with the Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation and is based in in the Circular Head, Waratah Wynyard and King Island municipalities.The Service aims to improve the health, social and family functioning of individuals who may be experiencing problems associated with substance misuse, enabling them to reach their full capacity and participate positively in their community by providing specialist ATOD services including:alcohol and other drug screening and brief interventionalcohol and other drug counsellingcase management and aftercare through a ‘HUB’ model which provides a framework for collaborative practice between services to successfully deliver multi service, shared care...


Community Alcohol and Drug Support Service (CADSS) - Smithton

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

The Youth Alcohol & Drug Service (YADS) provides a broad range of alcohol and other drug treatment and support services, health promotion and early intervention initiatives aimed primarily at young people aged 12- 24 years, their families and significant others throughout the North West and West Coast of Tasmania.Services include:Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative (IDDI) and Tasmanian Early Intervention and Prevention (TEIP) Brief Intervention and CounsellingSchool Drug Education and Health Promotion ProgramsCommunity and Other Services Education and Health Promotion ProgramsOutreach - either a neutral site, at the client’s home or via digital technology to clients who cannot access on-site services....


Community Alcohol and Drug Support Service (CADSS) - Wynyard

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

The Youth Alcohol & Drug Service (YADS) provides a broad range of alcohol and other drug treatment and support services, health promotion and early intervention initiatives aimed primarily at young people aged 12- 24 years, their families and significant others throughout the North West and West Coast of Tasmania.Services include:Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative (IDDI) and Tasmanian Early Intervention and Prevention (TEIP) Brief Intervention and CounsellingSchool Drug Education and Health Promotion ProgramsCommunity and Other Services Education and Health Promotion ProgramsOutreach - either a neutral site, at the client’s home or via digital technology to clients who cannot access on-site services....


Community Based Mental Health Care Services

Relationships Australia Tasmania

Community Based Mental Health Care Services provides short-term psychological interventions and support to improve mental health outcomes. The service is free for people referred by their doctor and is available to children, young people and adults. The service is offered in Hobart and outreach locations....


Community Respite Program

Kennerley Children's Homes Inc

Kennerley Children’s Homes provide respite care for parents and primary care givers in times of difficulty. Parents can access up to 28 nights of care per year.The service also provides emergency care for children during a family crisis. The program matches children with Kennerley foster carers.Emergency care is available 24/7 depending on availability and can be accessed by calling the office during working hours or the on-call duty number for emergencies....


Connect Play2Learn

Save the Children

Connect Play2Learn is a supported playgroup for parents who are mandated to have supervised access with their zero-to-five year-old children. Connect Play2Learn provides a safe environment with education and support for families where their children are identified to be at risk from harm or neglect. Families are referred by Child Safety Services or the Family Law Court.Groups operate weekly in the following locations:Mondays - 1.00pm to 2.45pm, tagari lia Child and Family Centre, BridgewaterWednesday – 1.00pm to 2.45pm, Clarence Plains Child and Family CentreWednesday – 3.00pm to 5.00pm, Chigwell Child and Family Centre...


CREATE - Connection Events

CREATE Foundation

CREATE Connection Events are delivered state-wide for all CREATE Members aged 0-25 years, their carers, biological children, and sector workers. The events provide an opportunity for children and young people to connect with each other and the community. Connection Events usually consist of a super fun activity such as the Waterslide Party, Halloween Party, and Christmas Party....


CREATE Your Future

CREATE Foundation

The CREATE Your Future (CYF) program supports young people aged 13-25 on their transition from care to independence. The CYF program consists of a series of workshops which are centred and designed for the 7 life domains, with an additional workshop which focuses on participation.A core set of competencies are targeted including effective communication, critical thinking, informed and responsible decision making, creative thinking, self-awareness, and interpersonal relationship skills in order to enhance the ability for flexible and positive behaviour that enable young people to live independently. The workshops also enable young people to competently enter a highly competitive job market,...


Crisis Accommodation for Young Males

Youth Futures Inc.

Youth Futures provides shelter based accommodation, support and mentoring for young men 13 -20 years of age who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The service operates 24/7....


Crisis Accommodation Support Services (CASS) - Burnie

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

CASS provides crisis accommodation and support services for young people, aged 13 to 20, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.Accommodation is safe, affordable, appropriate to the needs of clients and for the duration of the client’s period of crisis.The Service is available at all times (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).Support Services are focused on immediately stabilising the clients’ crisis and, where appropriate and safe to do so, supporting clients to rebuild relationships and exit accommodation with family. Where reconnection with family is not likely, support is focused to help clients plan their exit out of...


Crisis Accommodation Support Services (CASS) - Devonport

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

CASS provides crisis accommodation and support services for young people, aged 13 to 20, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.Accommodation is safe, affordable, appropriate to the needs of clients and for the duration of the client’s period of crisis.The Service is available at all times (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).Support Services are focused on immediately stabilising the clients’ crisis and, where appropriate and safe to do so, supporting clients to rebuild relationships and exit accommodation with family. Where reconnection with family is not likely, support is focused to help clients plan their exit out of...


cu@home

THS - Child Health and Parenting Service

cu@home is a sustained home visiting program offered to young first-time parents 15-19 years of age. The program commences in the antenatal period and provides child health assessments and support for parenting at regular intervals until the child's second birthday. The goal of cu@home is to provide parenting advice and support to young parents, and an equitable start to life for infants of young parents. The program has limited capacity for travel and is therefore restricted to young women living within 30 minutes’ drive of urban areas within Tasmania. Referral to the program must occur prior to 32 weeks gestation...


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