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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
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Planting the seeds for strong mental health

The Rocherlea Rehabilitation and Recovery Service is building soil and skills with its on-site therapeutic gardening program. Read more
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Awareness, belonging, connection: the ABCs of mental health

Anglicare provides children, young people and adults with the building blocks they need for strong mental health. Read more
Ana Guimaraes is a Mental Health Recovery Worker at the Rocherlea Recovery and Rehabilitation Service.

Building stronger mental health

Participating in community programs is vital to building stronger mental health. Anglicare brings a variety of community programs onsite at its Rocherlea Recovery and Rehabilitation Service, outside Launceston. Read more
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Rocherlea provides a homely oasis

Anglicare operates a residential service in Launceston’s northern suburbs that provides an oasis of safety and calm to support people’s recovery from mental illness. 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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Adjusting to life after a motor vehicle accident

A motor vehicle accident can have life-changing, long-term consequences. There are supports available to help Tasmanians and their families through stages of shock, grief, acceptance and adjustment. Read more

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