The Tasmanian Alcohol and Drug Service offers a range of treatment, information, education and community-based supports for Tasmanians affected by alcohol and drug use.
Free, independent and confidential advocacy service for older people, people with disabilities and their carers.
Anglicare Tasmania responds to Tasmanians living in poverty and crisis through our accommodation, counselling and employment services. We provide support to people with disabilities and mental illnesses.
Mental Health Carers Tasmania aims to improve the quality of life for families, carers and friends of those living with mental illness.
The Environmental Defenders Office is a non-profit community legal centre advising on environmental and planning law with the aim to assist and increase public awareness of environmental laws and remedies.
Centrelink is an Australian Government statutory agency, delivering a range of Commonwealth services to the Australian community by assisting people to become self-sufficient and supporting those in need.
The Child Abuse Prevention Service (CAPS) aims to alleviate child abuse in all its forms through family support and community education.
Notifications of abuse or neglect are directed to Child Protection Intake. This service provides consultation, advice and referral about care and protection matters and provides the entry point for statutory care and protection.
Correctional Primary Health Services aims to manage the access of prisoners to health care provided in the Risdon Prison Complex, Ron Barwick Men's Prison, Mary Hutchison Women's Prison, Hobart Reception Prison, Hayes Prison Farm and Launceston Reception Prison.
The Fair Work Ombudsman aims to work with employees, employers, contractors and the community to promote harmonious, productive and cooperative workplaces. They investigate workplace complaints and enforce compliance with Australia's workplace laws.
The safety and quality of food is regulated and monitored by the Public and Environmental Health Service in conjunction with local councils.
The Guardianship and Administration Board can make decisions for the benefit of persons who have a disability and are unable to make reasonable judgements about lifestyle and financial matters.
Housing Tasmania works in partnership with our clients and other service providers to provide housing options and opportunities that improve people's quality of life in a broader social context.
The Legal Aid Commission aims to offer free legal advice through our telephone advice service and clinics and access to a Justice of the Peace, Commissioner for Declarations or Notary Public.
LGAT represents the 29 councils that make up local government in Tasmania and works to protect the interests and rights of councils, to promote the efficient operation of local government and to foster strategic and beneficial relationships.
The Aged Care Complaints Scheme is available to anyone who has a complaint or concern about an Australian Government-subsidised aged care service (residential or community care).
CHATS - CatholicCare Homelessness And Tenancy Support provides tenancy support and education to tenants on low incomes who are living or intending to live in private rental, through face to face appointments, phone support and group sessions.
The Real Estate Institute aims to provide information to Tasmanians about buying, selling and renting property within the state.
Service Tasmania provides you with one stop access to state government transactions, services and information, as well as a number of local and Commonwealth Government agencies.
The Crisis Sexual Assault Service provides crisis counselling, support with police statements, and coordinates medical and/or forensic examinations if required by victims of sexual assault.
The Tasmanian Industrial Commisson aims to conciliate and arbitrate to resolve industrial disputes, fix wages rates and set terms and conditions of employment in the Tasmanian State Service.
The Tenants Union provides free advice, information & advocacy service to public and private housing tenants experiencing tenancy problems such as withheld bonds, substandard accommodation, illegal eviction etc.
Workplace Standards Tasmania works with the Tasmanian community to improve standards of safety and health in workplaces, buildings and energy infrastructure.
Youth Justice Services is responsible for the delivery of restorative justice services to the victims and perpetrators of youth crime aged 10 to 17 years. These principles and objectives are contained in the Youth Justice Act 1997.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has three sets of functions.
They are: freedom of information functions; privacy functions; and government information policy functions.
The Director of Building Control investigates complaints about Building Practitioners.
The Private Health Insurance Ombudsman (PHIO) provides an independent service to help consumers with health insurance problems and enquiries.
The Tribunal is an independent dispute resolution body which deals with a diverse range of superannuation-related complaints and offers a free, 'user-friendly' alternative to the court system.
The Financial Ombudsman Service provides accessible, fair and independent dispute resolution for consumers and financial services providers.
The Integrity Commission's primary role is to raise the standard of conduct, ethics and propriety in the public sector through prevention, education and advice.