Congratulations headStart Program!
In 2016, our headspace Hobart Centre commenced a three-year, national trial of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of vocational support funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. The aim of the program was to improve vocational outcomes for headspace clients up to the age of 25. headspace Hobart was one of the 14 original headspace Centres awarded the tender.
The trial was extended for another two years and then, in 2020, funding was announced for a further three years with the trial expanded into an established program!
On Tuesday we celebrated the IPS trial being promoted to the headStart Program! Congratulations to everyone involved!
Check this out...Media Release
The Link Youth Health Service successfully held a Quiz Night in November - great fun.
Tasmanian Community Achievements Award
The Link Youth Health Service was a semi finalist in the Tasmanian Community Achievements Award. Andrew & Maggi accepting the award.
Heard, not judged: Hannah's story
The latest issue of Tasmania's Primary Health Magazine featured an Article about headspace Hobart
"Young people just need to feel that someone is on their side, supporting them" - Hannah
To read Hannah's story Click here