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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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Listening leads to solutions

Anglicare’s research and advocacy makes an important contribution to social justice in our State. We've released a video about our 40 years of service that shares the story of our Social Action and Research Centre (SARC), then and now. Read more
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Working together to reduce overdose

31 August is International Overdose Awareness Day. Overdose continues to cause loss of life and other harms to a wide range of Tasmanians, but there are ways to reduce and prevent it. Read more
Two women (one a student and the other a staff member from the Youth Foyer in Glen Waverley, Victoria. They are smiling at the camera, showing off badges that have been made for them by a young person in Tasmania.

Badges for champions

A simple badge created by a young person living with Anglicare Tasmania at Eveline House in Devonport is spreading pride far and wide. Read more
Hayley has a real estate website open on her computer. She is smiling at the camera. It is her job to help Tasmanians find a private rental property.

Specialist housing service is changing lives

Anglicare Tasmania employs professionals who support Tasmanians to access the highly competitive private rental market. Read more
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BetStop program introduced

BetStop – a national self-exclusion register for people who want to be blocked from some types of gambling – started operating on 21 August. So how does it work? Read more
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National Assistance Card promotes independence

Today marks the start of National Brain Injury Awareness Week.  Anglicare Tasmania joins with the Brain Injury Association of Tasmania to highlight the benefits of carrying a National Assistance Card. Read more
3 smiling young people from Thyne House standing with Justine Brooks from Home Tasmania who has just given each of them their TAFE course certificate and a voucher.

New opportunities on the horizon

Eight young people who call Thyne House in Launceston their home have graduated from a course that introduces them to independent living skills. Read more

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