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Table tennis and games

St Helens Neighbourhood House

Table tennis program is for all ages – children under 10 must be accompanied by adults.Provides access to social interaction, aimed to provide after school activity for young people in our area. Free service. Supported by a volunteer youth workers. Fresh fruit, milo and pancakes provided weekly.Located at tennis club St Helens; every Thursday during school term – 3.00pm to 5.00pm....


tagari lia Child and Family Centre

DoE - Child and Family Centres

The tagari lia 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....


Targeted Youth Support Service (TYSS)

Mission Australia

Targeted Youth Support Service (TYSS) is a strengths based program that supports young people to identify and achieve their goals. TYSS supports young people aged 10-18 who are identified as having significant and/or multiple risk factors, are at risk of homelessness, and without intervention, could result in child protection involvement or escalation into the youth justice system.The purpose of TYSS is to support young people in achieving the following:Improved developmental outcomesHealthier Wellbeing and safetyDecreased offending and/ or reoffendingReduced individual and family risk factors and/ or reduced impact of risk factors coupled with increased protective factorsFewer notifications/re-notifications to child protection servicesIncreased...


Targeted Youth Support Services (TYSS)

Baptcare

TYSS is a program for vulnerable and 'at risk' young people aged between 10- 18 who are identified as having significant or multiple risk factors, are disengaged or becoming disengaged from family, education, or community and have minimal protective factors.TYSS works collaboratively with young people, family, service providers and/or community members by focusing on a range of individual needs, to increase connections with education, services, community, family and friends; to decrease the occurrence or risk of homelessness, to improve self-esteem, health and wellbeing, to assist young people lessen the number and intensity of risk factors and reduce their likelihood of...


Tasmanian Youth Forum (TYF)

Youth Network of Tasmania

TYF provides and promotes opportunities for young people to have their say on issues important to them. TYF hosts annual Statewide consultations and has an email list for young people who wish to receive information about opportunities across Tasmania,...


TAZ Kids Clubs and Champ Camps

Anglicare Tasmania

Running clubs and camps to support children whose parent or guardian has a mental illness.Clubs:Established with primary or high schools on the basis of need.Champs Camps:Are run every school holidays to offer young people a chance to experience the outdoors, make new friends, have fun and be themselves.In the north camps are held at Camp Clayton, Ulverstone.In the south camps are held at Blue Lagoon, Dodges Ferry.Family intervention and support:Offered through family fun days and other activities....


The Bridge - Launceston

The Salvation Army

The Bridge program provides treatment, counselling and support for people who are experiencing the impact of their own, or another person’s substance misuse. The program includes day programs, family support programs, Needle and Syringe Program and out-patient supports. The program is free. The service is available statewide. In Launceston the program operates from Elizabeth Street. The centre is staffed 9.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday....


The Bridge Treatment and Recovery Services - Hobart

The Salvation Army

The Bridge program provides treatment, counselling and support for people who are experiencing the impact of their own, or another person’s substance misuse. The program includes residential programs, day programs, home based withdrawal, family support programs and groups and out-patient supports. The program is free except for the residential program (participants pay board and lodging for food and accommodation). The service is available statewide, in the south the program operates from Creek Road New Town. The centre is staffed 24/7 however program staff are available from 7.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday....


The Bridge – North West

The Salvation Army

The Bridge program provides treatment, counselling and support for people who are experiencing the impact of their own, or another person’s substance misuse. The program includes residential programs, day programs, family support programs and groups and out-patient supports. The program is free except for the residential program (participants pay board and lodging for food and accommodation). The service is available statewide. In the north west the program operates from Idahai Street Ulverstone. The centre is staffed 24/7 however program staff are available from 7.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday....


The Junction HUB Burnie

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

The Junction Hub provides a collective integrated service delivery approach which addresses the social determinants of health issues impacting on young people (12-24 years) and their families in the North West.The Junction Hub provides an integrated service delivery and referral hub where organisations coordinate services to families and young people. The Junction Hub focuses on education and employment, safety, housing, recreation, health and wellbeing, relationships and community connectedness.The Hub also provides a range of afternoon and school holiday activities for young people....


The Junction HUB Devonport

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

The Junction Hub provides a collective integrated service delivery approach which addresses the social determinants of health issues impacting on young people (12-24 years) and their families in the North West.The Junction Hub provides an integrated service delivery and referral hub where organisations coordinate services to families and young people. The Junction Hub focuses on education and employment, safety, housing, recreation, health and wellbeing, relationships and community connectedness.The Hub also provides a range of afternoon and school holiday activities for young people....


Therapeutic Services

Australian Childhood Foundation

Provides intensive therapeutic support to children in out of home care and their support systems, where there is an identified trauma history impacting on their lives to a significant degree. Also provides intensive therapeutic support to children and families affected by Family Violence.These services are provided both in service and under special circumstances outreach across the state may be offered. It is available Monday to Friday. It is not a crisis service and delivers in depth, short – medium term therapeutic interventions...


Therapy Services - North

St Giles

St.Giles North Tas provides allied health services, speech pathology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, early intervention, assistive technology, mobility solutions for children and young people of all abilities from birth onwards as well as specialist disability services for children and young people with complex needs including autism.Hours are 8.30am to 5.00pm weekdays. We accept telephone referrals and self-referrals....


Therapy Services - South

St Giles

St.Giles South Tas provides allied health services, speech pathology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, early intervention, assistive technology, mobility solutions for children and young people of all abilities from birth onwards as well as specialist disability services for children and young people with complex needs including autism.Hours are 8.30am to 5.00pm weekdays.We accept telephone referrals and self-referrals....


THRIVE

Migrant Resource Centre (Northern Tasmania) Inc.

THRIVE is a program for multicultural parents and their children in Launceston. It consists of a homework support group once a week at Mowbray, tutoring for secondary school students twice per week plus activities and events to increase inclusiveness in the community....


THRIVE Mentorship Program

St Helens Neighbourhood House

Our Mentorship Program was launched in February 2016 as part of a solution to increasing year 12 outcomes and supporting students' mental health and wellbeing in our community in order that they may reach their potential whilst utilising the broad range and abundance of skills, knowledge and resources that volunteer mentors in our community are keen to share. The service is available for students Grade 3 to 12 (age 9 to 18). School based mentoring program at St Helens District High School available during school hours....


Thyne House

Anglicare Tasmania

Thyne House offers safe and affordable long-term housing with on-site support to access education, training, employment and other opportunities for young people aged 16 to 24.Thyne House has accommodation in self-contained units, each with a kitchen and bathroom. There is also a communal kitchen, lounge, gym, resource room, outdoor spaces and shared laundry. Rent is 25 per cent of client's income (as well as any Commonwealth Rent Assistance they are eligible for)....


Transformers – Early Intervention Project

Migrant Resource Centre

Providing counselling support for children and young people from refugee backgrounds as well as support for schools, child care centres and other organisations working with young people.Support can be one on one therapeutic counselling or group work.The program is located:SouthLevel 2 KGV Sports and Community Centre, GlenorchyNorth27 Paterson Street, LauncestonThe program is also delivered via outreach (in schools or other locations), and is determined in consultation with the client.The program operates 9am -5pm Monday to Friday....


Transition from Detention

Save the Children

Transition from Detention is a voluntary mentoring program based on a through-care model where youth workers visit Ashley Youth Detention Centre to meet and build relationships with young people (12–18 years) prior to their release into the community. Once released, recreational activities are used to develop trust and to connect young people with nature, their community and their culture. Youth Workers offer support to enable young people to access education, training and employment....


Transition to Work

Colony 47

Transition to Work (TtW) is a place where young Tasmanians aged 15–21 can work on landing a job, entering training or finishing Year 12. TtW is located in Hobart, Glenorchy, Huonville, New Norfolk and Sorell, with outreach to all other areas of Southern Tasmania....


Transition to Work – Burnie

National Joblink

National Joblink runs a Transition to Work (TTW) Program on behave of the Australian Government's Youth Employment Strategy.The Transition to Work service provides intensive, pre-employment support to improve the work-readiness of young people aged 15-21 years and help them into work (including apprenticeships and traineeships) or education.National Job Link is experienced in working with young people who may face greater barriers to entering the workforce. The Transition to Work program will be delivered through individually tailored services to provide assistance with vocational skills development, job skills and interview preparation and career advice....


Transition to Work – Devonport

National Joblink

National Joblink runs a Transition to Work (TTW) Program on behave of the Australian Government's Youth Employment Strategy.The Transition to Work service provides intensive, pre-employment support to improve the work-readiness of young people aged 15-21 years and help them into work (including apprenticeships and traineeships) or education.National Job Link is experienced in working with young people who may face greater barriers to entering the workforce. The Transition to Work program will be delivered through individually tailored services to provide assistance with vocational skills development, job skills and interview preparation and career advice....


Transition to Work – Launceston

National Joblink

National Joblink runs a Transition to Work (TTW) Program on behave of the Australian Government's Youth Employment Strategy.The Transition to Work service provides intensive, pre-employment support to improve the work-readiness of young people aged 15-21 years and help them into work (including apprenticeships and traineeships) or education.National Job Link is experienced in working with young people who may face greater barriers to entering the workforce. The Transition to Work program will be delivered through individually tailored services to provide assistance with vocational skills development, job skills and interview preparation and career advice....


Transitional Accommodation Support Service (TASS) - Burnie

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

TASS provides medium-term accommodation and support services for young people and young single parents, aged 15 to 20, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.Accommodation is safe, affordable and appropriate to the needs of clients.Support provision includes outreach services to clients who are not accommodated in YFCC properties.Support services are focused on increasing clients’ capacity to live independently, through case management which is responsive to the clients’ identified needs, and includes preparing clients for exit into more appropriate long term accommodation and facilitating connections with other internal and external support services.Support services also include assisting with living skills, and...


Transitional Accommodation Support Service (TASS) - Devonport

Youth Family and Community Connections (YFCC)

TASS provides medium-term accommodation and support services for young people and young single parents, aged 15 to 20, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.Accommodation is safe, affordable and appropriate to the needs of clients.Support provision includes outreach services to clients who are not accommodated in YFCC properties.Support services are focused on increasing clients’ capacity to live independently, through case management which is responsive to the clients’ identified needs, and includes preparing clients for exit into more appropriate long term accommodation and facilitating connections with other internal and external support services.Support services also include assisting with living skills, and...


Trinity Hill

Anglicare Tasmania

Trinity Hill offers safe and affordable long term housing with on-site support to access education, training, employment and other opportunities for young people aged 16 to 24.There are 46 bed-sit units for young people looking for long-term, affordable accommodation. Some of the units are designed for people who are living with disability.Tenants live independently and share social spaces, bbq areas, training rooms, a gym and laundry and are supported to continue their education or training, or working towards seeking employment.Rent is 25 per cent of client's income (as well as any Commonwealth Rent Assistance they are eligible for)....


Trinity Hill (Training Co-ordinator)

Mission Australia, in partnership with Anglicare Tas and Community Housing Limited

The Training Co-ordinator maximises tenants engagement in employment, education and training by individually supporting tenants with vocational and/or employment goals. The service creates links with a wide network to address tenants vocational barriers to employment and education....


Tutoring Program

Migrant Resource Centre (North)

Service for high school and college students wishing to access a tutor. Tutors are volunteers The sessions are Wednesdays and Thursdays 3.30pm – 5pm during school terms.The sessions are held at MRCN offices at 95 Cameron Street, Launceston.Tutors available for all subjects including maths and science....


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