A Tasmanian lifeline
Lifeline Tasmania has set up a new service for Tasmanians, specifically to deal with unprecedented demand for information, advice and support because of the coronavirus pandemic, called A Tasmanian Lifeline. 
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online
Abbotsham Badminton Club
Badminton Club in Ulverstone Districts Badminton Association. Open to players of any age or ability.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
ADATS – Anglicare Drug & Alcohol Treatment Service
Drug and alcohol treatment service
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
ADATS + Anglicare Drug & Alcohol Treatment Service Plus
To deliver alcohol and other drug treatment services, by counselling, where there is coinciding mental illness and/or risk of homelessness for the Tasmanian community, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Advocacy Tasmania
‘Your say’ advocacy is all about helping you to be heard and understood.

If you are unable to speak for yourself, or find it difficult, our Advocates can help you.

We can provide information about your rights, and help you to deal with problems or complaints.

Best of all, everything we do for you is: free, confidential, independent and professional! 
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online
Alcohol and Drug Services North West
Alcohol and Drug Services aim to minimize the harm caused by the use of alcohol and other drugs.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, You come to us
Alcoholics Anonymous Australia
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, You come to us
Arthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania
A small, largely voluntary charitable organisation, Arthritis & Osteoporosis Tasmania provides information, education and community support services to Tasmanians living with arthritis, osteoporosis and related conditions.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
ASAP – Attempted Suicide Aftercare Program
Support service for people (and their family and other key support people) who have attempted suicide and who are not receiving case management from Mental Health Services (Public),
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online
Asthma Australia
Most of the time we take our breathing for granted. Inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale. But for people with asthma, the simple act of breathing can be a difficult and terrifying experience. At Asthma Australia we help people to breathe so they can live freely.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
Audika
Audika Ulverstone are dedicated to providing you with professional hearing healthcare and a superior client experience
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Australia Red Cross – Ulverstone Branch
People helping people
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, You come to us, We come to you
Australian Breastfeeding Assoc. – Central Coast Group
Breastfeeding Information, Support and Advocacy
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
Australian Plants Society Tasmania (APST)Inc. North West Group
The Australian Plants Society Tasmania Inc. is made up of people interested in the propagation, cultivation and conservation of plants native to Australia, especially those found in our state. The North West Group is one of three in Tasmania, others being based in Hobart and Launceston.
How is this service delivered?:
Online, You come to us
Australian Red Cross Telecross Service
A free daily morning welfare call to check you're okay between 8.00am – 9.00am 7 days per week. This services is provided by friendly volunteers
How is this service delivered?:
Phone
https://autismtas.org.au/
We provide information, assistance, and resources for people on the spectrum and those who support them.
We are committed to improving the lives of adults and children on the autism spectrum, their families, and carers; and to improve community awareness, acceptance, and understanding of autism.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
Baptcare Horizons
Baptcare Horizons program supports anyone with a Mental Illness that is severe and episodic in nature.
How is this service delivered?:
We come to you
Baptcare TasConnect
Baptcare Mental Health TasConnect is a free phoneline supporting Tasmanians with mental health concerns to identify which psychosocial service is best suited and provide them with accurate information on how that service can be accessed.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone
Bootscootin’ Devils
We are a line dancing group who dance at the Ulverstone Rowing Club. Currently we have approximately 60 members who dance with us. We are open to any age, female or male. Cost per session $5.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Burnie Dental Centre
Oral Health Services Tasmania provides dental and denture services for all eligible Tasmanian adults
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
C U @ Home
C U @ Home is a program offered by the Child Health and Parenting Service for young first-time parents 15-19 years of age.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, We come to you
Care Beyond Cure Inc
Care Beyond Cure Inc is a local charity
Vision: To relieve the suffering and distress of individuals with a diagnosed progressive life-limiting illness and their family carer through the provision of practical assistance.
Mission: work to establish and develop programs reflective of the Care Beyond Cure vision.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
Care Forward
Providing health and home care, Care Forward is Tasmanian, locally-owned, operating State-wide, since 1999 -- specialising in services designed to support the independence of older Tasmanians and people living with chronic conditions or disabilities.
How is this service delivered?:
We come to you
Carers Tasmania
We provide support to family & friend carers across the state
Central Coast Adult Day Centre
The Central Coast Adult Day Centre caters for older (65+), socially isolated people, as well as younger (18+) disabled adults. They provide group and individual lifestyle and leisure assessments and programs to maintain and enhance the quality of life for clients attending.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Central Coast Community Health Centre
The Centre provides residents with the opportunity to access quality health and community services.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Central Coast Community Shed
The Central Coast Community Shed offers a safe and social place to come down, meet new people and make some good gear out of wood!
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Central Coast Council
The Council represents the Central Coast community and provides a range of local services and activities
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Central Coast Film Society
We are a community film society, providing monthly entertainment for locals.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Central Coast Garden Club Inc
Garden club that meets once a month as well as trips and much more
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
CHAT Centre
Speech Pathology services for children.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us
Chats – Lifeline
The Chats Program aims to help you to improve your health, happiness and confidence and reduce any feelings of loneliness or isolation.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Child Development Unit – North West
The Child Development Unit - North West provides a comprehensive free assessment and referral service for children 0 - 5 years of age who are suspected of having delays in one or more areas of their development.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, You come to us
Child Health Centre – Penguin
Providing counselling, support and health/practical parenting information for families, growth/development assessments for children and referral to other health professionals as required in consultation with the family.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Child Health Centre – Ulverstone
Providing counselling, support and health/practical parenting information for families, growth/development assessments for children and referral to other health professionals as required in consultation with the family.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Community Rapid Response Service (ComRRS)
The Community Rapid Response Service (ComRRS) provides health care for people who are at risk of needing to go to hospital with an acute illness, injury or deterioration of a pre-existing condition.
How is this service delivered?:
We come to you
Community Transport Services Tasmania
CTST is a state-wide, community based, not-for-profit organisation that provides affordable door-to-door community transport for the over 65s, and people with a disability.

How is this service delivered?:
We come to you
Community Visitors Scheme
The Community Visitors Scheme aims to decrease social isolation in the community for older Tasmanians.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, You come to us
Connect Café
The Connect Café helps people living with dementia, as well as carers, to make connections with each other and the broader community
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
COTA (Council on the Ageing) Tasmania – Aged Care Navigator
A free and friendly community service to help you navigate the aged care system
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Country Women’s Association – Central Coast Branch
The Country Women's Association in Tasmania (Inc) is an iconic women's group which continues to improve the lives of women and children.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
CYMHS – Child and Youth Mental Health Support
Early intervention support for vulnerable families with children and young people (0-18) who are showing early signs of or at risk of developing mental illness. (E.g. difficulty dealing with family separation, school transitions, bullying, parental mental illness, body image etc.)
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Debbie’s Little Buddies
Debbies Little Buddies is an Early Learning Centre for children aged 0-12.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Dementia Australia
Dementia Australia (formerly Alzheimer's Australia) is a unified, national peak body supporting people of all ages living with all forms of dementia, their families and carers.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you
Devonport Dental Centre
Oral Health Services Tasmania provides dental and denture services for all eligible Tasmanian adults (i.e., holders of a current pensioner concession card or health care card) and dental care for all children up to the age of 18 years.
How is this service delivered?:
You come to us
Catering for diversity in student interests and aspirations
Staff and current students of Don College welcome Years 11 and 12 students to join our diverse community. You will be supported in a friendly, respectful and engaging learning environment.
How is this service delivered?:
Phone, Online, You come to us, We come to you

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for the Central Coast

If you are in the North West and you are experiencing flu like symptoms you must quarantine and call your GP or the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.  You may need to be tested for COVID-19