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Indigo Lodge provides safety and support

A safe home and a support network are key ingredients for everyone’s mental health and wellbeing. In the lead-up to Mental Health Week (7-15 October) we shine a light on Anglicare-managed Indigo Lodge in Launceston and the activities we are involved in for Mental Health Week. Read more
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
Hayley has a real estate website open on her computer. She is smiling at the camera. It is her job to help Tasmanians find a private rental property.

Specialist housing service is changing lives

Anglicare Tasmania employs professionals who support Tasmanians to access the highly competitive private rental market. Read more
3 smiling young people from Thyne House standing with Justine Brooks from Home Tasmania who has just given each of them their TAFE course certificate and a voucher.

New opportunities on the horizon

Eight young people who call Thyne House in Launceston their home have graduated from a course that introduces them to independent living skills. Read more
Some of the students at Eveline house in Devonport graduating

Students’ achievements celebrated at Eveline House

Eight students living and learning with Anglicare at Eveline House in Devonport were presented with TasTAFE certificates during Homelessness Week. Read more
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Waiting for social housing

What is helpful for people experiencing the uncertainty and stress of waiting for social housing? A major new report released during Homelessness Week points to the importance of the supports provided by community organisations, family and friends. And it advocates for key improvements that governments can make to their housing policies, systems and processes. Read more
An image of Thyne House a Youth2Independence facility. It shows a red brick multistory building with rows of windows.

Housing for all Tasmanians

Anglicare is an experienced provider of important housing services to Tasmanians. In the lead-up to Homelessness Week we've released a video about our 40 years of service that shares how the Youth2Independence program is supporting young Tasmanians to flourish today. 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

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