Tasmanian Government Organisations

  • Alcohol and Drug Services
    The Tasmanian Alcohol and Drug Service offer a range of treatment, information, education and community-based support for Tasmanians affected by alcohol and drug use.
  • Anti-Discrimination Commissioner
    The Office of the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner promotes recognition and approval of acceptable attitudes, acts and practices relating to discrimination and prohibited conduct. It accepts complaints from individuals who believe they have been treated unfavourably on the basis of any of the 20 grounds or attributes covered by the Act including race, age, disability, gender, pregnancy, and family responsibilities.
  • Consumer Affairs and Fair TradingThe organisation works to encourage a fair, safe and equitable market place by promoting social justice through advice and information to both consumers and businesses regarding their rights and responsibilities.
  • Correctional Primary Health Service
    This organisation manages the access of prisoners to health care provided in the Risdon Prison Complex, Ron Barwick Men's Prison, Mary Hutchison Women's Prison, Hobart Reception Prison, Hayes Prison Farm and Launceston Reception Prison.
  • Department of Health and Human Services
    The Department is responsible for delivering integrated services that maintain and improve the health and wellbeing of individual Tasmanians and the Tasmanian community as a whole.
  • Food Safety and Food Regulation Policy
    The department provides a high degree of consistency of food safety administration across Tasmania, which benefits both consumers and industry.
  • Forensic Mental Health Service
    Tasmania's Forensic Mental Health Service provides community and inpatient mental health assessment, treatment and case management for offenders, or people at risk of offending, who have  a mental disorder.
  • Guardianship and Administration Board
    The Board can make decisions for the benefit of persons who have a disability and are unable to make reasonable judgements about lifestyle and financial matters.
  • Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania
    Legal Aid offers free legal advice through a telephone advice service and clinics and access to a Justice of the Peace, Commissioner for Declarations or Notary Public.
  • Mental Health Services Helpline
    The Mental Health Services Helpline is a 24 hour a day 7 days a week service for mental health crisis.
  • Mental Health Tribunal
    The Mental Health Tribunal is an administrative review tribunal that conducts hearings to determine whether it is necessary for a person who has been placed under on an involuntary order under the Mental Health Act 1996 to continue to be treated as an involuntary patient.
  • Service Tasmania
    Service Tasmania provides one stop access to state government transactions, services and information as well as a number of local and Commonwealth government agencies.

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