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Young, in love and in danger: Teen domestic violence and abuse in Tasmania

Anglicare has called on governments and the community to do more to protect Tasmanian teenagers from violence and abuse in their intimate partner relationships. Read more
Young boy standing at the top of a slide looking down and smiling

Healthy, safe and loved

Anti-Poverty Week is held between 16 - 22 October. Anglicare’s Communities for Children (CfC) program supports families living in the Launceston area and Tamar Valley. Explore what's been happening in the program this year. Read more
University of Tasmania Social Work student Natalie prepares to scale the climbing wall at the Taz Kids camp.

Learning the ropes with Taz Kids

What happens at a Taz Kids holiday camp? Two social work students on work placement with Anglicare describe their experience of participating in one. Read more
A family relaxes on a couch.

Families move forward

Anglicare assists Tasmanian families in need through the Family Assistance Program. Read how a simple hand up is helping families to flourish. Read more
Photo of Anglicare Tasmania frontline worker, Courtney.

Better, Bigger, Stronger: a frontline perspective

Courtney Adams is one of 65 professionals from the community and school services sector interviewed by researcher Dr Catherine Robinson for the Better, Bigger, Stronger project. Read more
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Homeless children’s mental health services need to be “better, bigger, stronger”, says Anglicare Tasmania

Tasmania requires early interventions and a restructured mental health service to respond to the needs of traumatised children, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania. Read more
A group photograph of children who have graduated from Anglicare's HIPPY program.

Children hip-hop into learning

Congratulations to the 30 children who have graduated from Anglicare's HIPPY program. Read more
Image of the sculpture with memebers of the Beaconsfield community

Community sculpture finds its forever home

The Beaconsfield community has taken official ownership of a sculpture made as part of an Anglicare program. Read more

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