Wellways Education Program for Carers: Building a Future SnapshotRavenswood Community Health Centre Kathy or Harvey on 6333 3111 Events
Building a Future Snapshot is a 2 session education program designed to support family members and carers to better maintain their own wellbeing whilst supporting the recovery of someone with a mental illness.More
Book Launch: “A Changed and Uplifted Life”Fullers Bookshop Events
Get Uplifted! You are invited to a book discussion with Caroline Cochrane, the author
of “A Changed and Uplifted Life”.
Caroline will be presenting three charities with ...
Foundations of Art Therapy TrainingBanksia House, Royal Botanical Gardens 0431 072 566 Training
Art Psychotherapy Australia is offering Foundations of Art Therapy Training in Hobart in 2017 for counsellors, therapists ...More
National Consultation: Developing an LGBTIQ Disability Strategy for the National Disabiity Insurance Agency (NDIA)(02) 8568 1123 Calls for Input / Expressions of Interest
Are you a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, or queer [LGBTIQ] person living with disability? Are you the intimate partner/carer for an LGBTIQ person living with disability? Would you like to ensure your lived experience contributes to guiding the work of the National Disability Insurance Agency [NDIA] into the future?More
Hydro Tasmania’s Community grant programAwards and Grants https://www.hydro.com.au/community/community-program/community-grant-program
In addition to our range of sponsorships, Hydro Tasmania also offers a community grant program. Six $5,000 grants are provided each year ...More
Position Vacant: YFCC NWRADS Counsellor / Project OfficerFrank Lyons, Team Leader, on 0418170517 Notices
We are seeking applications for the position of North-West Regional Drug and Alcohol (NWRADS) Counsellor / Project Officer, to work within our Alcohol and Other Drug (ATOD) and Health Promotions Teams.More
Reclaim the Lane – stallholders wanted6424 7353 Expressions of Interest
Reclaim the Lane is returning to Devonport’s Rooke Laneway on Friday April 7th (3:30 – 5:30pm).
This will be Reclaim’s 6th year celebrating Youth Week with a street festival celebrating youth culture through art & music.