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Take back control this Christmas

Christmas can be a particularly challenging time for Tasmanians on low and fixed incomes. Planning and budgeting are essential in this current cost-of-living crisis. Read more
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Living well and achieving goals

Anglicare provides expert, tailored support to older Tasmanians and people who have acquired an injury. Anglicare is now in its 40th year of operations. In the early days, we focused on housing and financial counselling. This video shows that in more recent times, we have expanded into services that support older Tasmanians and people who have acquired a brain injury or another type of significant injury. Read more
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Essential connections

Anglicare Tasmania supports Anglicare Australia's call for governments to treat and regulate the internet as an essential service. The internet is not a luxury. 28% of Australians do not have the money, equipment or skills to regularly access the internet. Read more
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Fair winds for Peter

At nearly 94, Peter Attrill’s life so far has been filled with sailing honours, overseas adventures and a close-knit family. Anglicare manages Peter's home care package. The service can provide important respite for family members. We chatted with Peter in the lead-up to National Carers Week. Read more
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Anglicare joins with Huon Valley PCYC to ‘get into the game’

Anglicare Tasmania is encouraging sporting organisations to make a commitment to reduce the impact of sports betting in their club environments. Read more
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Card system to benefit all Tasmanians

A promised card system for poker machine gambling is set to have widespread benefits for all Tasmanians, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania. Read more
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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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Australians on lower incomes face higher living costs, says Anglicare Australia

Anglicare Australia released a new report, The Poverty Premium, today. It shows that Australians on low incomes face higher living costs. Read more

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