We at Almost Heaven Clydesdales aspire to deliver your dreams. We offer a horse drawn service whether it be for a wedding, romantic proposal, birthdays or social gatherings. We have several carriages to suit your needs. The sky’s the limit. We travel state wide.
Welcome to Amplify. There’s every chance as you walk through the door you will be greeted by the wagging tail of one of our clients’ friendly dogs. As you step into the main training area the people you see are just like you, regular people who want to take what they have and make it work for them a bit better.
The purpose of Beaconsfield Child & Family Centre is to improve the health and wellbeing, education and care of Tasmania's children in their early years by supporting parents, strengthening communities and enhancing accessibility of services in the local community.
Care Forward is the service delivery arm of Care Assessment Consultants Pty Ltd, a locally owned and operated Tasmanian community and healthcare service provider.
One & All are welcome to City Organics. City Organics is a one stop shop for Vegetarian & Vegan Health & Organic foods & products.
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 purpose of the Dorset Community House is to be a local community-led organisation that builds community capacity using a community development framework.
Emily Parkinson provides safe supportive counselling to LGBTIQ+ individuals as well as same-gender couples counselling. Emily also has experience in counselling regarding gender identity.
We are a free, not-for-profit counselling service for people who have experienced complex early childhood trauma and sexual assault, as well as those people who care for and support them in the Launceston area.
Eye Am Hair is an intimate hair salon operating from a caravan at Red Square.
Family Planning Tasmania provides expert and caring sexual and reproductive health services through our clinics in Burnie, Launceston, and Glenorchy as well as several outreach services. All services are confidential and inclusive; everyone is welcome and we don’t judge anyone.
Glenview is a long standing community provider offering home care, residential care, NDIS, respite care, day centre and retirement living options.
A counselling and education service for people whose lives are adversely affected by alcohol, drugs, gambling or other addictive behaviours.
The Huon Domestic Violence Service believes that all people have the right to live free from violence.
Independent Living Centre Tas (ILC Tas) provides information and advice about assistive technology (aids and equipment, including smart home technology), access and design for people with disability, older people, their families, carers and other members of the community throughout Tasmania.
Offices located in Launceston and Hobart
1300 452 827 Local Call
I'm a Business & Life Coach who helps women and non-binary people develop the hard and soft skills they need to work well, rest well and ultimately live well.
I have a background in tech and automation, productivity and project management. I'm also an accredited Life Coach and Strengths Coach. I identify as a gay woman who practices Buddhism and embraces minimalism.
Kentish Regional Clinic Inc. delivers three programs; Community Response to Eliminating Suicide (CORES), Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY) and LGBTIQ Professional Development.
Lindisfarne Psychology & Wellbeing Centre can provide counselling and psychological therapies to individuals, couples or families using a wide range of approaches.
Lifeline Tasmania provides Tasmanians with mental health support and suicide prevention programs across their lifespan. As well as supporting those in crisis, Lifeline provides community and workplace mental health training and operates several programs designed to improve the overall wellbeing of the Tasmanian community. Lifeline offers various volunteering opportunities, social support for older Tasmanians to reduce loneliness and improve their mental wellbeing, ongoing telephone counselling and support to families and communities impacted by suicide.
A Tasmanian Lifeline is a telephone support service for Tasmanians of all ages who need someone to talk things through with, or just need someone to listen. Tasmanian-focused and Tasmanian based, A Tasmanian Lifeline offers non-judgmental, one-off or ongoing support for anyone having a tough time.
Call A Tasmanian Lifeline on 1800 98 44 34 from 8am-8pm every day of the year, or book a call back via the booking form on this website. You don’t have to go through a difficult situation alone.
Mental health counselling with a queer counsellor. I use person-centered therapy and focus on my clients’ strengths. I also provide couples counselling.
National Joblink Launceston provides numerous education, employment and training services.
I am Mitch Robson, my pronouns are he, him, and his. I am a counsellor who specialises in working with youth (12-24 years), the LGTBIQA+ community and parents of LGBTIQA+ children.
I support LGTBIQA+ individuals, youth, families, and diverse relationships. I have experience in gender/queer-affirming therapy, working with internalised stigma, phobia and oppression.
My private practice and the service I practice through are inclusive of all gender, sexualities, bodies, relationships, cultural backgrounds and levels of ability.
New Town Chiropractic provides professional chiropractic care with a holistic approach to healthcare.
New Town Health is part of TasCAHRD, which is the Tasmanian Council for Blood Borne Viruses and Sexual Health. Our team is made up of health professionals including GPs, Nurses, Social Workers, and community health educators.
Patrick Street Clinic has been providing quality medical care to the North West coast community for over 40 years.
Pulse Youth Health South provides a range of support for individual young people from our centre in Glenorchy. Young people can drop in and see a worker for support and brief intervention – no appointments are needed.
The Rainbow Care Clinic is a gender-affirming health care service provided by Dr. Holly Inglis, a specialist general practitioner with an interest in gender affirming care, including hormone prescribing. Dr. Holly practices under the informed consent, or affirmation enablement, model of gender-affirming health care, placing autonomy and self-determination front and centre of the gender affirmation journey.Gender-affirming care services include: - full medical assessment & workup - initiation of hormonal care - continued hormone prescribing if already on treatment - holistic & personalised care throughout your hormonal gender affirmation process - long-term care - collaborative care with your regular GP - oestrogen implant insertion (Hobart only) - testosterone injection administration (Hobart only) Dr. Holly is also an experienced PrEP prescriber & and S100 HIV medication prescriber and these services can be provided in conjunction with gender-affirming care services or as an unrelated service.
We aim to support people to transform their lives and their relationships in ways that matter to them.
|Reynish Counselling provides culturally competent and trauma-informed mental health support to people of all ages, families, and groups via counselling, mediation/conflict resolution, consulting, and professional development.|
Sacred Circle Dance facilitates building energy within you. The Circle is sacred space; where movement assists you to be fully present, provides freedom to express yourself and experience transformation and healing whilst immersed in loving energy. You become one with the Circle, becoming one within the dance. Using the Ancestral memory of rhythm and movement I create dances from the heart that unite each of us with the dance of life. Simple movements raise a beautiful radiating energy within.
SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY works to promote positive mental health and prevent suicide by normalising conversations about mental health and encouraging people to seek help when they need it.
The Tasmanian Government provides statewide free sexual health services with clinics in Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport.
Youth health and wellbeing services, including mental health, alcohol and drugs, and case management.
Tresca Community Centre offers a wide range of services, groups and classes including an online centre, rooms for hire, a community garden, Op-Shop, a large playground, a Men's Shed and help with literacy.
Van Diemen Fencing Club launched in 2011 on a mission to make the Olympic sport of fencing accessible to everybody in Southern Tasmania.
Victoria Street Clinic is a large group practice, located in the heart of Ulverstone. The practice has eleven large consulting rooms , nursing consulting rooms, a theatre room and a treatment room. Eleven GPs currently work in the practice and they are supported by a dedicated team of nurses and administration staff. A number of allied health professionals provide a visiting service to the practice.
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!
Youth, Family & Community Connections Inc. (YFCC) is a not for profit, community organisation that provides a range of services to young people, families and individuals in communities across the North West Coast and West Coast of Tasmania. YFCC envisions a community where individuals and families have the opportunity to achieve their goals and to seek positive change.