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Card system to benefit all Tasmanians

A promised card system for poker machine gambling is set to have widespread benefits for all Tasmanians, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania. Read more
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Indigo Lodge provides safety and support

A safe home and a support network are key ingredients for everyone’s mental health and wellbeing. In the lead-up to Mental Health Week (7-15 October) we shine a light on Anglicare-managed Indigo Lodge in Launceston and the activities we are involved in for Mental Health Week. Read more
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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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