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2019 Freedom Ride

Join in with the local community in raising funds for Pathways as part our annual Freedom Ride on March 30.

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​Pathways' Position o​n Pill Testing

We have recently been asked to publicly comment on our position regarding a growing discussion in the Tasmanian community around pill testing at music festivals. As a prominent Tasmanian provider of alcohol & drug rehabilitation services, we have a valid voice on the matter.

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We're Hiring!

Would you like to work at Pathways Tasmania and help us change lives?

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New residential rehabilitation program for women in addiction

We are very excited to announce that Pathways Tasmania and Velocity Transformations will be opening our first residential rehabilitation program for women in early 2019.

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Volunteers Needed - Gala Dinner 2018

Are you or someone you know able to help us with our Gala Dinner? We need lots of volunteers to make this night happen.

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John's Story

I dialled the number and a guy by the name of Mark answered. I gave him a brief run down of my situation and he said to come in and have a chat. I jumped on the tram and headed straight there.

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Freedom Ride

Join hundreds of Tasmanian’s who care to raise funds for Pathways at our annual 2018 Freedom Ride, Blackmans Bay beach, Saturday, March 24, 2018.

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Climbing to the top of the world to help those at the bottom

In May 2017, the first Tasmanian to ever have successfully climbed Mt Everest did so to shine a spotlight on the great work of Pathways. To raise awareness for the need for all Tasmanians to help those at the bottom of society’s mountain: the homeless and those battling addictions.

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We can be the difference between hopelessness, despair, addiction and hope

So far more than 120 men have been referred to our live-in Velocity Transformations alcohol and drug rehabilitation program since it kicked-off in Hobart back in 2016. It is your generosity that makes a difference in the lives of the men, and soon women, who use our services. Thank you so much, because without you, it would not have been possible.

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