Anglicare Tasmania

Anglicare is a not-for-profit organisation that provides aged care, disability and community support services across Tasmania.

We also do research and advocate for changes to improve the lives of Tasmanians, through the work of our Social Action Research Centre.

Our passionate team of close to 1,000 people is proudly committed to the organisational values of Hope, Compassion, Justice and Respect.

We strive to achieve social justice and provide the opportunity for people in need to reach fullness in life.

 

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Anglicare Tasmania's Social Action Research Centre (SARC) carries out research and advocates for changes to improve the lives of Tasmanians.

SARC researchers use qualitative research centring on the lived experience of Tasmanians and quantitative research to demonstrate social trends.  Our research is grounded in the frontline experience of our aged care, disability and community support services.

The results are freely shared with decision-makers including government.

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A member of Anglicare's Needle and Syringe Program is pictured in the Burnie outlet. Behind her there are posters with health messages and sterile injecting equipment for people who use drugs.

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University of Tasmania Social Work student Natalie prepares to scale the climbing wall at the Taz Kids camp.

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What happens at a Taz Kids holiday camp? Two social work students on work placement with Anglicare describe their experience of participating in one. Read full story