Services for Children and Young Adults in Hobart and Tasmania

Children and Young Adults Tasmania

  • Australian Children's Contact Services Association Inc. (ACCSA)  – A non-profit association which promotes sound analysis of the role and limitations of supervised parent/child contact services, provides a network for members and promotes quality in service provision.
  • Babymum Australia based in Launceston Tasmania, provides accommodation, support, outreach and education programs for pregnant and first time mums under the age of 21.
  • Camp Quality – A non-profit organisation that is committed to bringing hope and happiness to children living with cancer, their families and communities through ongoing quality recreational, educational and financial support programs.
  • CanTeen  – The Australian organisation for young people living with cancer
  • Centrelink
  • Children's Cancer Web  – An independent non-profit site providing a directory of childhood cancer resources.
  • Childhood Cancer Support
  • Child Wise – a non profit organisation working to prevent, protect and reduce the sexual abuse and exploitation of children in Australia and overseas.
  • Hobart PCYC
  • Kids Help Line  is Australia's only free, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between five and 18.
  • Lawstuff  – Legal info for young people in Australia. Lawstuff is a legal help service for young people under 18. LawMail allows young people from anywhere in Australia to email their legal questions to the National Children's and Youth Law Centre.
  • National Child Protection Clearinghouse  – An information, advisory and research unit focused on the prevention of child abuse and neglect and associated family violence.
  • Office of Children and Youth Affairs
  • White Wreath Association  – Action Against Suicide
  • Youth Network of Tasmania  – Advocacy for youth, and services and resources for organisations, agencies and service providers in all parts of the youth sector.