Represents the political and community development aspirations of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community.
Support for families having difficulty in caring for their children, arranges alternate care, reunites aboriginal families.
Division of Aboriginal Centre Tasmania. Assists Aboriginal people with their medical needs and promotes good health in the Aboriginal community.
Free service for adult & child victims of family violence through the Safe at Home program. Court Support Officers are available to provide support to adult and child victims of family violence, including referral to appropriate counselling and other services and guide them through the justice system during and after court appearances.
The Indigenous Coordination Centre forms part of the Office of Indigenous Policy Coordination, which is part of the Australian Government Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. OIPC coordinates a whole-of-government approach to programs and services for Indigenous Australians.
Karadi is a place for Aboriginal men and women, their families and community members.
It provides community care services, a resource centre and works for the promotion and empowerment of Aboriginal community and their families.
Legal services for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.