What We Do
Rural Health Tasmania providesa broad range of services as well as community projects and events to benefit individuals, families and communities with a specific focus on rural Tasmania. These include mental health support and suicide prevention(counselling and mental health Nurses), chronic conditions management, youth centres (7UP), respite accommodation, community house workshops (@23 Wedge), No 34 Aboriginal Health Service, parents and early learning program to encourage a love of learning in their children (HIPPY) and early intervention and prevention programs with a specific focus on early childhood and youth (RULER).
Rural Health Tasmania can assist you to manage your health and improve the quality of your life.
How will Rural Health Tasmania improve the health of people in rural Tasmania?
Through these services, we aimto:
- Reduce psychological distress for people using these services;
- Reduce the severity of symptoms and reduce hospitalisations due to complications from chronic conditions;
- Improve the health literacy of communities.
Head Office: 68 Emmett Street, Smithton TAS 7330
Phone us on (03) 6452 1266