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.
Arbonne Independent Consultant Arwen Dyer. Arbonne is an award-winning, premium global health and wellbeing company which helps transform lives from the inside and out.
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.
Offering yoga specifically curated for a New Beginning in your life with a range of different services available.
Provide unpaid care and support to family members or friends who are living with a disability, mental illness, chronic condition or terminal illness, or who are frail or aged.
Every day Clarence City Council delivers a wide range of services to ensure Clarence is a great place to live and that our city is vibrant, prosperous and sustainable.
Convict City Rollers is an empowered and socially inclusive sporting community. We value passion and team spirit and are dedicated to uniting people through flat track roller derby.
Deloraine House is a safe and inclusive place where you can receive a hand up not a hand out, share skills and knowledge, visit and utilise facilities and resources.
East Devonport Neighbourhood House provides a range of services to the East Devonport community. This includes social activities; health and well-being programs; skills and training; food support; information and referral; and community events.
A free confidential counselling service for those who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic abuse.
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 Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a free service that works with adults, children and young people who have experienced family violence.
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds. headspace can help young people with mental health, physical health (including sexual health) alcohol and other drug services, and work and study support.
Since its inception in 1999, the Hobart Function and Conference Centre has been the location of thousands of events including weddings, conferences, gala dinners, product launches, training sessions, work functions and more.
Hobart Out Tennis promotes, encourages and advances the game of tennis for the Tasmanian LGBTIQ+ community by organising social tennis events as well as tennis tournaments.
Hospice Volunteers is a non-faith based, not-for-profit organisation providing volunteer support to people approaching end of life.
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.
The Launceston Football Club was established in 1875 making it Tasmania’s oldest Football Club. Based at Windsor Park, Riverside, the Launceston Football Club is one of Tasmania’s most successful and decorated clubs.
New Town Chiropractic provides professional chiropractic care with a holistic approach to healthcare.
We are a rural GP practice in Scottsdale. We currently have a registrar who has specialised training in LGBTIQ+ healthcare and does gender affirming care.
Pinky Community Support offers many services to women in the Launceston region. This includes basic gardening, shopping, airport runs, fun social trips, dog walking, pet and house sitting and transport to appointments.
Psychology Caffe provides assessment and treatment of mental health concerns, and can provide medico-legal reports, NDIS therapy and behaviour supports, and therapy across the lifespan.
Respect at Work provides workplace training and discussion about respect, inclusion, diversity, fairness and mentally safe environments. Respect at Work also facilitates LGBTIQ+ awareness in workplaces.
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.