The Party Safe program provides education and support to members of the community intending to hold a party.
The Community Development Division aims to assist the effective development and coordination of policies, programs and information for children and young people (0-25 years) across the three levels of government and relevant service providers in the community sector.
The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) is a national, independent, non-profit organisation. We work to improve the way young people learn, the way they live and the way they lead. We do this by investing directly in: young people and youth-led organisations; leading research about young people's lives; and innovative programs in our schools and communities.
The Youth Network of Tasmania is the peak body for the non-government youth sector in Tasmania.
Centrelink is the Australian Government agency that assists people to become self-sufficient and supports those in need.
At Reach a specially trained crew of inspirational leaders run workshops, weekends away and large-scale events that help young people to connect with each other. Teenagers discover for themselves that they do anything they set their minds to.
Family Planning Tasmania aims to provide sexual and reproductive health clinic and education services in a considerate manner that respects the rights to privacy and confidentiality of individuals.
Laurel House is a community-based organisation that offers counselling and support for women, men and children who have ever experienced rape, sexual harassment or child sexual abuse.
The Drug Education Network is a statewide organisation that provides health promotion programs, brief interventions and research in relation to alcohol and other drugs in Tasmania.
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