Anglicare's Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) team is leading a new trial that has the potential to reduce drug overdose in Tasmania and save lives.Read more
Congratulations to course graduates at Eveline House
Five young people living and learning at Eveline House in Devonport celebrate a milestone in their journey to independence.Read more
A life filled with love, art and colour
Lee Wright is a client of Anglicare's Aged Care Services. She reflects on family, art and the value of taking up a new hobby.Read more
Building stronger mental health
Participating in community programs is vital to building stronger mental health. Anglicare brings a variety of community programs onsite at its Rocherlea Recovery and Rehabilitation Service, outside Launceston.Read more
Get the most out of your NDIS plan
Anglicare's support coordination service for NDIS participants is independent, tailored to individuals' needs and available across Tasmania.Read more
New life for community garden
August 1-7 is Homelessness Week.
Anglicare manages three Youth2Independence accommodation and learning programs on behalf of the Tasmanian government. The young people who live at Eveline House in Devonport are set to reap the rewards of a revitalised community garden.Read more
Work in Home Care with Anglicare
Anglicare Tasmania’s Aged Care Services is expanding its teams in the North and North West, as demand grows for community-based aged care.
Meet team member Nerissa Mitchell: four years ago she made the switch from residential aged care to community care and hasn't looked back.Read more
A strategic response is required to protect Tasmanians from gambling harm
Anglicare calls on the Tasmanian Government to take a strategic approach to reducing the harm caused to the community by gambling. We think it’s important that 100% of the allocations from the Community Support Fund be used to address gambling harm in the communities where the need is greatest.