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Young, in love and in dangerThis research explores the prevalence and impacts of teen domestic violence and abuse in Tasmania. The research provides an insight into the experiences of young people who have experienced domestic violence and abuse in their own intimate partner relationships when they were under 18 years of age.
The first Tasmanian study of its type, the research recommendations include addressing gaps in support services and legal responses, expanding education and providing specialised training to professionals.
This report recounts experiences of serious domestic violence and abuse of young people. Download
What's the Real Cost?This report explores the real cost of gambling, drawing on new research, data from Anglicare Tasmania’s counselling service and real life case studies.
It explains how gambling harm adversely affects the health, relationships and financial wellbeing of the person who gambles, their family, friends and community. It shows how gambling helps to maintain persistent disadvantage and how reducing gambling harm can benefit all Tasmanians. Download
Better, Bigger, Stronger Final ReportThis is the full report of the research project Better, Bigger, Stronger.
The report delivers the findings and recommendations from the research, which investigated the complex mental health needs of Tasmanian children aged 10-17 who are homeless without a parent or guardian. Download