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Two women (one a student and the other a staff member from the Youth Foyer in Glen Waverley, Victoria. They are smiling at the camera, showing off badges that have been made for them by a young person in Tasmania.

Badges for champions

A simple badge created by a young person living with Anglicare Tasmania at Eveline House in Devonport is spreading pride far and wide. Read more
Eveline House student presenting a certificate of appreciation for the donations made by the Rotary Club of Devonport North.

Rotary Club donation fills pantries at Eveline House

A generous donation by the Rotary Club of Devonport North has re-stocked the pantries of the young people living at Eveline House as part of the Youth2Independence (Y2I) program. Read more
A photo of Ryleigh wearing his football club top just finishing the park run on a saturday. He is milling.

On the front foot

Sixteen-year-old Ryleigh is making his mark at Thyne House in Launceston. Read more
Youth Development Coach Cristian Benton and students Sarah and Shane, AAH hair Royce Fairbrother and board members Andrew Hillier, Cathy McClure and Seeland Nair.

A rewarding partnership

The Action Against Homelessness (AAH) group, based in Devonport, played a major role in getting Eveline House up and running four years ago, and it remains an important partner today. Read more
A photo of someone taking a test taken from behind.

Set up for success

For many young people, securing a share house with friends for the first time is an exciting rite of passage. Youth2Independence graduate Dylan recently achieved this milestone in his journey towards independence. Read more
A photo of the four new home care workers

New Year, new roles

Three Aged Care Services team members are moving into new roles in 2023. Read more
A photo of Eveline house students holding the bags of christmas gifts that they are going to give to homeless people in the Devonport community.

Christmas spirit on show at Eveline House

Students from Eveline House entered the Christmas spirit by participating in an important community project in Devonport. 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

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