Crisis support service for single men over 20 yrs. Offers a range of services including crisis accommodation, referrals for housing, information and referrals, social and recreation activities, financial support, meals, laundry and showers. 24hr service. Services Southern Tasmania only.
24 hour crisis accommodation service for single men over 21 years of age.
They offer supportive and professional service where clients are encouraged to make their own decisions in regards to their future.
This facility includes crisis and sobering up services.
Pathways Tasmania is a Tasmanian not-for-profit organisation and registered charity. We operate two supported accomodation facilities in the greater Hobart area:
1) Launch Youth is a Hobart-based government funded shelter for male youth (13-20yrs) who are homeless. As a medium to long term home for these young men, it is the only such shelter in Tasmania.
2) Velocity Transformations is a partially government funded residential rehabilitation program for adult men and women from the age of 18 years old. The program assists people who suffer from drug and alcohol dependency, depression, eating disorders and other life altering conditions. The program is the only long term residential rehab in Southern Tasmania, with accomodation for up to 24 adults.
Run by Anglicare Tasmania.
Tools for men can help to acquire the skills and emotional equipment to deal with the challenges of being a man. This is a Hobart based program that delivers support and counselling to men. It assists men to enhance their relationships with their partners, ex-partners, children and step-children.
Youth Futures is a non profit organisation that offers a number of services specifically aimed at young people. However, many of their programs are not age dependant.
Accommodation – Core service offering accommodation for young men who are homeless or at immediate risk of becoming homeless.
Employment – Another core program offering Employment services, similar to those offered at Job Network.
RTO – Youth Futures has become a Registered Training Office, meaning they can deliver nationally accredited units and qualifications. Currently focused on Construction/Manufacturing and Agricultural Skills. They also offer some generic training such as First Aid and OH&S.
The Castle – Ties in with training where participants can gain Manufacturing and Construction skills and is also a micro-housing development project aiming to create and provide micro-dwellings for youth at risk of homelessness.
An Anglicare Tasmania service which provides crisis accommodation for young men 13-20 years old in southern Tasmania who are homeless or ar risk of homeslessness.