Our vision is for affordable, appropriate, safe and secure housing for all and an end to homelessness.
Our mission is to provide a united voice for services and service users that creates a framework to effect positive change in the housing and homelessness sector.
We work to ensure that low-income and disadvantaged people in Tasmania have access to housing that is affordable, safe, secure and appropriate to their needs.
The 'Consumer Engagement for Tasmanian Homelessness Services' guides are now available. These guides were developed after Shelter Tas' Homelessness and Housing Workforce Symposium' which was held in June. Service providers and consumers developed these guides, and they are designed to provide a practical resource in implementing consumer consultation strategies. Click on this box to access the guides.
Shelter Tas will be offering training in 'best practice in case note writing' to Tasmanian homelessness sector workers in early March 2017. The training will be delivered by Amovita Consulting, with sessions in the North and South of the State. Look out for more information and registration details to come soon!