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SASS Behaviour Change (Problem sexual behaviour / sexually abusive behaviour)

Sexual Assault Support Service

Therapeutic behaviour change program for young people displaying problem sexual behaviour or sexually abusive behaviour across Tasmania. Those aged up to 12 years are free and adolescents can either access the service through NDIS or as a fee for service for non NDIS clients....


SASS Counselling

Sexual Assault Support Service

Counselling and support to young people and their families affected by sexual violence....


SASS Training and education

Sexual Assault Support Service

Training programs relating to consent, cyber safety and keeping kids safe. The service is available for groups of young people, service providers and community members....


Saver Plus

The Smith Family

Saver Plus is a free matched savings and financial education program that matches participants’ savings, dollar for dollar, up to $500, for education costs such as uniforms, books, excursions, sports fees TAFE costs and laptops.Participants set a savings goal for education costs, make regular deposits into a savings account over 10 months, and attend financial skills workshops. At the end of the program their savings are matched by ANZ, dollar for dollar, up to $500, to be used for education costs.Parents and students are eligible to join Saver Plus if they meet all the following the criteria:be over 18 years...


Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS)

Migrant Resource Centre

The Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) program provides support for humanitarian entrants and other eligible migrants in their first five years of life in Australia, with a focus on fostering social and economic participation, personal well-being, independence and community connectedness. Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (MRC TAS) is the SETS provider for Southern Tasmania. The MRC TAS SETS program provide case management, employment support, support to obtain a license, family assistance and referrals to newly arrived individuals and families settling in Tasmania....


Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS)

Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS)

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Short-term Psychological Interventions – Burnie

Cornerstone Youth Services Inc.

Short-term Psychological Interventions (STPI) is for 12 – 25 year olds who:Have a diagnosable mild, moderate, or in some cases severe, mental illness; and / orHave attempted, or are at risk, of self-harm or suicide where access to another service is not appropriateEvidence based short-term psychological interventions provided by a Mental Health Clinician in collaboration with the young person’s GP. Six sessions are available to the young person initially, with another six available with the GP and Mental Health Clinician reviewing as needed.Community Based Short-term Psychological Interventions is provided at no cost.Referrals are made by the young person’s GP with...


Short-term Psychological Interventions – Devonport

Cornerstone Youth Services Inc.

Short-term Psychological Interventions (STPI) is for 12 – 25 year olds who:Have a diagnosable mild, moderate, or in some cases severe, mental illness; and / orHave attempted, or are at risk, of self-harm or suicide where access to another service is not appropriateEvidence based short-term psychological interventions provided by a Mental Health Clinician in collaboration with the young person’s GP. Six sessions are available to the young person initially, with another six available with the GP and Mental Health Clinician reviewing as needed.Community Based Short-term Psychological Interventions is provided at no cost.Referrals are made by the young person’s GP with...


Short-term Psychological Interventions – North (formerly ATAPS)

Cornerstone Youth Services Inc.

Short-term Psychological Interventions (STPI) is for 12 – 25 year olds who:Have a diagnosable mild, moderate, or in some cases severe, mental illness; and / orHave attempted, or are at risk, of self-harm or suicide where access to another service is not appropriateEvidence based short-term psychological interventions provided by a Mental Health Clinician in collaboration with the young person’s GP. Six sessions are available to the young person initially, with another six available with the GP and Mental Health Clinician reviewing as needed.Community Based Short-term Psychological Interventions is provided at no cost.Referrals are made by the young person’s GP with...


Small Steps (Live-in parenting program)

Hobart City Mission

Small Steps provides a live-in parenting and life skills program for 12 young mums (under 25 years old) and their babies, who lack secure accommodation and/or appropriate support systems. 24/7 onsite care is provided. Each mum can stay for up to two years. Small Steps is located in New Town in a secure location. The program provides access to onsite education including child development, parenting, and nutrition. The program is connected to a group of community services and organisations to help provide a range of tailored and holistic support.Entry to the program includes an application process, and available positions in...


Speak Up

CREATE Foundation

Speak Up is a three-level training program for young people aged 13 to 25 who want to become a CREATE Young Consultant. Participants learn about the care system and develop advocacy, leadership and public speaking skills. Young Consultants use their stories and experiences to represent CREATE at local, state or national events and forums....


Specialist Homelessness Service – Short-term Supported Crisis Accommodation

Launceston Women’s Shelter Inc. Trading as Magnolia Place LWS

Magnolia Place LWS is funded by the Crown through the Department of Communities as a supported short-term crisis accommodation service for women alone and women with accompanying children who are experiencing homelessness. We are known as a type 3 service under the Tasmanian Governments Housing Connect system. We provide support while clients are in the shelter, assessment of needs, advocacy, and referral to various support services as identified by clients in the service.Magnolia Place provides accommodation to women of all ages with children and from 20 years of age if single. The shelter is situated in Launceston but we accept...


St Helens Neighbourhood House Creative Arts

St Helens Neighbourhood House

Home schooled children and children – ages 0 to 18 (under 12 accompanied by adult). Tutor led, curriculum based art classes at St Helens Neighbourhood House every Tuesday form 12.30pm to 2.30pm....


Step Up

Colony 47

Step Up is pilot program to address recurring violent behaviour by young people (aged 12-18) toward a family member or intimate partner. A groupwork component is encouraged for young people who are violent toward the parent/carer, and the parent/carer who is experiencing violence. Young people and parents will receive one on one outreach support throughout their engagement with Step Up. Sessions will:Support young people to learn about and understand violence, power, abuse and respect within the family or an intimate relationship.Focus on responsibility and self-management, choice, change and safety...


Strong Families, Safe Kids Advice and Referral Line

Strong Families, Safe Kids Advice and Referral Line

Strong Families, Safe Kids Advice & Referral Line is the first point of contact for child wellbeing and safety. With a coordinated network of government and non-government support – and your help – we can deliver earlier intervention and better outcomes for at-risk children and their families.Who is the Advice and Referral Line for?Everyone with a concern about the safety and wellbeing of a child: Mandatory Reporters, concerned relatives, friends or neighbours.Parents and children can also call to ask for help for themselves.Our goal is to work with everyone in the community to make sure we respond earlier to keep...


Student Mentoring Program

New Mornings

New Mornings provides one on one mentoring to at risk students by trained adults. Students are referred by their school in Ulverstone and Burnie. Mentoring generally occurs during school hours at the school....


Superheroes Camp

Door of Hope

Door of Hope's Superheroes Camp have been running since 2001 and are well known in the community for the difference they make in the lives of children and families from Launceston and surrounding areas. These families are experiencing tough family circumstances with some of the children attending the camp being touched by things such as grief (through the loss of a parent/s), parental alcoholism, drug dependency, long term unemployment and other difficult situations.At our camps each child is allocated a leader who becomes their buddy/mentor. This role while on camp is to serve as their primary caregiver but is sometimes...


Supported Youth Program

Anglicare Tasmania

The Supported Youth Program (SYP) supports young people aged between 10-18 that are disengaging from education and/or are at risk of homelessness.The support offered is trauma informed and is delivered therapeutically. SYP provides assertive outreach, mediation, advocacy, counselling and mentoring. Young people receive a holistic service that targets strengths and difficulties improving self-worth, basic living skills, self-regulation, connectedness, and improves health and wellbeing....


Supporting Children After Separation (SCAS)

Relationships Australia Tasmania

The Supporting Children After Separation (SCAS) program provides a safe space for children to express, explore and understand their thoughts and feelings about their parent’s separation. SCAS:is for children aged 5–18 years oldis individualised to the child’s circumstances and needsassists children to adjust and cope with their parents’ separationhelps children with the changes and challenges associated with separationfacilitates children in feeling confident to participate in decisions impacting on them in relation to the separation of their parentsprovides helpful strategies to manage emotions and distress....


Supporting Expecting and Parenting Teens (SEPT)

Brave Foundation

The Brave SEPT (Supporting Expecting and Parenting Teens) Program is an interactive Pathway Plan created for expecting and parenting teens to ensure they are connected to parenting support, life support services and educational opportunities in their local communities, Australia-wide.Brave connects each expecting and parenting teen with a Brave SEPT Mentor and Chief Mentor, who together help tailor their unique Pathway Plan to help them achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations....


Supporting Young People on Bail

Save the Children

Supporting Young People on Bail is a voluntary program that works with young people 12–18 years who are on bail awaiting sentencing. A Bail Support Plan is developed outlining the young person’s recreational, educational and vocational/employment goals. Youth Workers provide support to young people to achieve their goals during their bail period and beyond....


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