Clarence City Council have published the December 2015 edition of Access Clarence News, their newsletter regarding the disability sector. You can download a copy of this newsletter here.
The December 2015 edition of “In Respect of Rights”, the newsletter from the Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner is here.
You can view the newsletter here.
Frank Quinlan, CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia has issued a weekly update packed full of information on goings on in the mental health world.
You can read this update online here.
The Mental Health Council of Tasmania have published the latest edition of their digital newsletter.
This edition is full of sector news, reports and mental health resources. You can view the latest edition here.
The Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs Council Tas Inc. have published the December edition of their bulletin, focusing on the latest news in the sector.
To view the latest edition, click here.
The Youth Network of Tasmania have published the August 2015 edition of their sector newsletter, packed full of updates on what’s happening in the youth sector.
You can download a copy of the newsletter here.
Bridges out of Poverty is a 2 day workshop based on Dr Ruby Payne’s ‘A framework for Understanding Poverty’. The workshop teaches the hidden rules of economic class and spreads the message that, despite the obstacles poverty can create in all types of interaction, there are specific strategies for overcoming them.
The highly acclaimed Bridges out of Poverty 2 day workshop is to be delivered by Nairn Walker from Social Solutions. Nairn has delivered workshops to over fifty thousand professionals in the past 10 years, to raise awareness of Dr Ruby Payne s insights into the issues presented by economic disadvantage and how they affect every level of our communities, schools and businesses.
Nairn is committed to strategies that make a difference in communities, so her 2 day workshop provides participants with practical tools for changing the way they go about their work. Nairn’s workshop is relevant to practitioners across the employment, health, education, housing, justice, business and social services sectors.
The workshop will be taking place from Friday, 22 April 2016 – Friday, 29 April 2016 in Devonport, Tasmania. For further information, view the event page here.
Shelter Tas are the peak body for Housing and Homelessness in Tasmania, and they have published the 2015 edition of their e-newsletter.
This newsletter covers their AGM as well as other events in the sector.
To read the newsletter, click here.
Rural Alive and Well (RAW) are proud and humbled to have been announced as the 2015 Community Group of the Year at this year’s Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards over the weekend.
Rural Alive and Well is a suicide prevention and community wellbeing organisation servicing rural communities right across the state. RAW employs 10 Rural Outreach Workers and has a team who have worked with over 2000 clients in 2015 alone. Their Outreach Workers connect with those doing it tough and then link them to much needed support services as well as walking with them in their journey to a better place.
The organisation started 7 years ago out of the last drought and they continue on this tradition through the enormous support they receive from Tasmanian community as well as Federal, State and Local Governments.