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Hope for a healthier community

Anglicare Tasmania's Social Action and Research Centre has published a position paper that advocates for the decriminalisation of the possession and personal use of illicit drugs in Tasmania. Read more
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Action for a healthier community: An effective response to illicit drugs

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Stage 3 tax cuts will leave Tasmanians behind

New Anglicare Australia research shows that Tasmanians would get the least benefit from the Stage 3 tax cuts of any State or Territory. Read more
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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
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Urgent needs of ‘invisible’ children

A new report from Anglicare Tasmania reveals that Tasmanian children experiencing homelessness alone during COVID-19 have been left without crucial supports. Read more
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Rebalancing the Scales

New research by Anglicare highlights ways to better support families involved in legal matters about child safety. Read more
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Hearing the voices of Tasmanian families involved with the Child Safety system

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