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Do you know any families who have a child you believe would be eligible for the initiative in 2020?
The strong advocacy of the community services industry has been recognised with the appointment of a Minister for Strategic Growth as part of the cabinet reshuffle today.
The TasCOSS offices, located at Level 3, 86 Murray Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000, will open on Monday 27 January 2020 (Australia Day Public Holiday) in support of the #ChangetheDate campaign.
Right now in our state thousands of Tasmanians can’t access Australia’s universal health care system when they are sick. TasCOSS calls on our State Government to fulfill its core duty of care to Tasmanians by resetting access to basic health care services available to Tasmanians in our communities.
As valued TasCOSS Members and supporters, I want to communicate with you regarding the next steps in recruiting for the TasCOSS CEO role following Kym’s resignation.
In 2018 the Tasmanian Government committed funding for a comprehensive Community Services Industry Plan to ensure the industry continues to grow and remains strong and sustainable into the future. This Budget Priorities Statement presents a funding request and rationale that would enable implementation of the Industry Plan’s priority actions.
In the midst of unprecedented bushfires and international climate talks in Madrid, the Councils of Social Service are calling for urgent government action on climate change to support those hardest hit by its impacts — people on low incomes or experiencing disadvantage.
The Councils of Social Service across the country have joined together to urge the Morrison Government to reinstate funding to the National Family Violence Prevention and Legal Services Forum (NFVPLS) the national peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims and survivors of domestic violence.
A statement from outgoing TasCOSS CEO Kym Goodes.