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A strong voice

Tasmanian disability advocate Alysse Gavlik talks about her work ahead of International Day of People with a Disability (3 December). Read more

Young, in love and in danger: Teen domestic violence and abuse in Tasmania

Anglicare has called on governments and the community to do more to protect Tasmanian teenagers from violence and abuse in their intimate partner relationships. Read more

Taking good care

Anglicare's in-home care service for older Tasmanians provides important respite for people who care for their loved ones. Meet Brian and Judy Cullen of Sandy Bay. Read more

In the driver’s seat

Paul is a former client of Anglicare’s Gamblers Help service. He generously shared his story during Gamble Aware Week last month. Read more

Speaking the same language

Meet Bade and Shahid, members of Anglicare’s statewide team of National Disability Insurance Scheme support coordinators. Read more

The real cost of gambling harm

Reducing gambling harm will deliver benefits to all Tasmanians, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre (SARC). Read more

Healthy, safe and loved

Anti-Poverty Week is held between 16 - 22 October. Anglicare’s Communities for Children (CfC) program supports families living in the Launceston area and Tamar Valley. Explore what's been happening in the program this year. Read more

Eveline students speak their mind

Nine young people living and learning with Anglicare have contributed to the Tasmanian Youth Story Project. Read more

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