Our vision is of a society that values, respects and embraces diversity.
Working in partnership with targeted communities to promote health and well being that enhances the capacity of individuals to achieve quality of life and reach their full potential.
To contact TasCAHRD;
Phone: (03) 6234 1242
Information and Support: 1800 005 900 (HIV) and 1300 437 222 (hepatitis)
Post: GPO Box 595, Hobart, Tas, 7001
Do you want to go in the draw for a $50 JB HiFi gift voucher?
TasCAHRD is asking gay men to complete a short survey on what you think about HIV testing options in Tasmania. If you want to go in the draw you can find the survey here; https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/L9N9NP3
LGBTI Community State Election Forums 2014
Come and hear what the parties have to offer the Tasmanian LGBTI community. At our candidate forums there will be representatives from the three main parties who will answer your questions about LGBTI issues. Here are the details.
6-7.30pm, Tuesday February 18th
Meeting Rm 1, Ground Floor
Ellerslie Rd, Battery Point
6-7.30pm, Friday February 21st
Room L142, Faculty of Arts
University of Tasmania
Newnham Drive, Newnham
The 2014 state election will be an important one for the LGBTI community. Will the gains we have made over the past decade be built on by the next state government? Come to our forums and find out.
Sponsored by Rainbow Communities Tasmania, the Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Rights Group and the Amnesty International Human Rights Queer Network.
TasCAHRD and Working It Out secure aged care training funds
TasCAHRD and Working It Out are very excited to announce a new partnership to deliver a national Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Aged Care Awareness Training project in Tasmania. This training will be delivered to the aged care sector over the next three years.
You can find the press release for this announcement here
To enquire about your service receiving training, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
QTAS, Tasmania's queer choir, commences an exciting new Queer Narratives Project