Culture and Community
COTA Tasmania – the voice of older Tasmanians
Education and Youth
Girls Gotta Know and Guys Gotta Know are free, web based apps providing young Tasmanian women and men respectively quick access to essential legal information on a range of practical topics. The apps provide easy to understand legal information on housing, employment, police, relationships, money and general topics.
TasLearn – resources to support teaching & learning in Tasmania
The NILS (No Interest Loans) Network of Tasmania make small no interest loans to low-income Tasmanians to help them get essential household items and services without having to pay high fees and interest costs.
Government and Local Government
Service Providers and Support Services and Health
Advocacy Tasmania – aged and disability advocacy
Ask Izzy is a mobile website which connects people who are homeless or at risk with essential services, listing over 350 000 services including food, housing, everyday things, health providers, Centrelink offices, financial support, counselling, legal advice, drug and alcohol assistance, life skills and education, employment services, facilities, recreational activities, technology and advocacy. It is a free, anonymous and location-based on-line directory that will help people find food, shelter, health and other critical support services. More information here.
Carers Tasmania – supporting family carers
Mosaic Support Services – intellectual disability support services
Police and Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) – Tasmanian Association
Safe at Home Family Violence Response and Referral Line 1800 633 937
or visit 1800respect.org.au
TasNetworks – contact details for all enquiries, emergencies and faults