Useful Links

Break O'Day Direct Mental Health Services Directory

Mental Health Service Provision Directory for Break O’Day Region only that lists service providers and referral pathways (updated quarterly).

View or download the pdf here.


Find Help Tas

A comprehensive list of Tasmania's social services.

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@ReachOut_Aus is a one-stop-shop that helps connect young people to help when they need it most 

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Hub 4 Health

Hub4Health is a non for profit community organisation providing a range of health and wellbeing services to the communities of Break O'Day Region.

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Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

The peak body for the 34 Community Houses and Neighbourhood Centres around Tasmania. 

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Department of Health and Human Services

The Government agency which funds Neighbourhood House. 

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Break O'Day Council

Our local council.

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No Interest Loan Scheme

Loans to help low income Tasmanians purchase essential household items and services.

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Enterprising Aardvark

A new, free, not-for-profit counselling service for people in Northern Tasmania who have experienced complex early childhood trauma and sexual assault, as well as those people who care for and support them.

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New Enterprise Incentive Scheme

The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) helps job seekers to set up and run their own small business.

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Cancer Council

Cancer Council Tasmania is a charity working to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering support and information for anyone affected by the disease.

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Visiting Outreach Services - St Marys, Scottsdale & St Helens

Click on the link for outreach services funded to the Scottsdale, St Helens and St Marys during 2017-2018 by TAZREACH:    As at February 2018 (please note that some or all of these visits may have already occurred).