Check-in TAS Card

cameron@tascoss.org.au

To address digital access and literacy concerns brought about by the Check-in TAS app, the Tasmanian Government has launched the Check-in TAS card. This is a printed wallet card that contains a unique QR code, which you can apply for through by filling out a form on the Coronavirus website or calling the Public Health Hotline (1800 671 738).

Wide Angle Tasmania: ‘Films Work’ Program

Beng Poh

Devised by Wide Angle Tasmania, ‘Films Work’ is a program that supports Tasmanian not-for-profits to use films for social change. Leaders in the sector are being encouraged to register their interest for the 2022 program.

Brain Injury Association of Tasmania: National Assistance Card

cameron@tascoss.org.au

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is launching a national service to assist people living with brain injury. The National Assistance Card is a personalised card designed to assist people with brain injury in the community. It has key information about a person with brain injury, their disability related difficulties and ways they can be assisted.

Position Vacant: MHFFTas Chief Executive Officer

Mental Health Families and Friends TAS

MHFFTas presents an opportunity for an experienced leader in the Tasmanian alcohol and other drug (AOD) and mental health sectors to guide a growing team through a period of sector reform.

Position Vacant: MHFFTas Advocacy Project Officer

Mental Health Families and Friends TAS

MHFFTas are looking for an enthusiastic project officer to join our Engagement Team. We are seeking someone who is passionate about working with people with lived experience to make a difference to the lives of informal alcohol and drug (AOD) and mental health support people in Tasmania.