Tasmania's gender, sexuality and intersex status support and education service.

Our role is to help our clients speak up for themselves and to make sure that their own views and opinions are heard and understood.

Alison Standen is the Labor State Member of Parliament for Franklin. As a proud member of the LGBTIQ+ community, she is a passionate advocate for your rights inside and outside of parliament, and will lend her voice to your concerns.

Delivering services to support people to overcome challenges in a broad range of areas.

We are an inclusive community service that welcomes diversity and promotes cultural safety. Baptcare's services include: family, children and youth services / foster care / mental health and wellbeing recovery-based programs for people with severe and persistent mental illness / NDIS.

Burnie City Council's goals are to further develop a cohesive, caring and stimulating community, enhancing quality of life and providing access to a range of responsive services, facilities and programs.

Colony 47 is a Tasmanian, non-denominational service provider that is addressing the needs of people who are homeless and the causes of homelessness in our community.

The Community and Public Sector Union is a union that represents thousands of Tasmanians working across the public and community sectors.

COTA Tasmania is a small, not-for-profit organisation made up of a team of staff and volunteers who are passionate about advancing the rights and interests of Tasmanians as they age, particularly those aged over 50 years.

David O'Byrne is the Labor State Member for Franklin. David and his team have long supported the LGBTIQ+ community and proudly stand with the community in advocating for their rights. David also provided Working It Out with a letter of support for a City of Clarence community grant that Working It Out applied for to help fund the 'Making Inclusion Stick' project and the expansion of SignPost.

Ella Haddad is the Labor State Member of Parliament for Clark (formerly Denison). As a state member of parliament, she will continue to listen to your concerns, and advocate for your rights.

Equal Together provides a social and support network for all, particularly gender diverse individuals and families, including friends or family regardless of sexual orientation or gender. They also offer other services.

The Mental Health Council of Tasmania (MHCT) is a member based peak body. MHCT is not a mental health service.

Positive Solutions: Mediation and Counselling

A family of organisations that aims to effect changes in community attitudes and policies to ensure that sexual and gender diversity is acknowledged and valued.

We aim to support people to transform their lives and their relationships in ways that matter to them. 

TasCAHRD is the Tasmanian Council on AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diseases.

Tasmania Police aims to educate and inform police recruits about the lived experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Intersex Tasmanians. 

A network of allies operating within the University of Tasmania who aim to create a safe and nurturing environment for LGBTIQ+ people.

Tess Moodie has been a registered counselling professional with the Australian Counselling Association since 2013. Tess has formal qualifications in general counselling, abuse counselling, child development and addictions counselling, as well as training and personal and professional experience in autism and neurodiversity, gender and sexuality, disability and health, family violence, sexual assault, supporting infertility and holistic health.

The Blue Door offers counselling to people negotiating their gender, sexuality, or intersex status.

Our vision - To enrich the local community as a vibrant leader that is innovative and flexible in meeting the changing needs and attract a growing community involvement in a welcoming environment. Catchment areas - Warrane and Mornington.

Jane from Weddings For Everyone is an LGBTIQ+ friendly marriage celebrant.

Wellington Wanderers is an activity group for Tasmania’s LGBTI communities. The group began in 2002. We are an unincorporated network of 300 LGBTI people and their friends, families and allies who enjoy bushwalking and other mostly outdoor activities together.

The Youth Arts & Recreation Centre is a creative, exciting, safe and engaging space for all young people aged 12 – 25. It’s a great place to meet up with friends, get involved in an art, music or recreation workshop, use the facilities, check out an art exhibition or see a music gig. Best of all it's free!

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