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Paul’s Story

Have you ever met someone who has surprised you with their story? I’ve been told that my story is not what people expect when they met me, and I’d like to share it with you. I was born here in Australia, but when I was 14 my father took me back to his native Italy. […]

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2021 Freedom Ride

Thank you to all riders, donors and volunteers.  This year’s event has been a huge success. After the cancelation in 2020, it was more important than ever to bring our community together. We needed to raise much needed funds for our Velocity Transformations rehabilitation program and Launch Youth homeless shelter. Topline Results: A Day for […]

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Nat’s Story

Trigger warning (TW): domestic violence. ********************* “Get out of my house!” That was what my mother said after I called the police. She had been violently arguing with her boyfriend for three hours. I came out of my room to find her with my two little brothers – one under each arm – and her […]

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Isaac’s Story

When Mum packed up and left, I had nothing. I was 17, and I didn’t know what to do. I was one friend’s couch away from being on the street. This is my story. I hope, after reading it, you will understand why Pathway’s Launch program is so important for young homeless men in the […]

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On the Airwaves

Have you heard our stories on the radio? In support of our end of year appeal, our CEO Aldo Antolli and Women’s House Supervisor Karen Corscadden have been interviewed on two prominent Hobart radio stations. ABC Hobart Drive with Lucy Breaden, 14/12/2020 Aldo tells listeners why public donations for our work are so critical, while […]

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Karen’s Story

I’ve moved from the Gold Coast to help residents as a volunteer in the newly opened Transformations* Women’s House. This is my story. I hope, after reading it, you will be inspired to help this program that has helped so many — like me — in the community.  “You are doing to your kids what our […]

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2020 FY Annual Report

We are pleased to share our 2020 Financial Year Annual Report which gives a high level overview of what Pathways Tasmania has achieved last financial year along with sharing some of the challenges that we faced. A special thank you goes out to our supporters, without you we could not continue our critical work in […]

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We’re Hiring – Female Case Manager Position

Do you or someone you know have a passion to help our community and have skills in case managing clients in an AOD context? We are hiring now for a new case manager.

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Casual Youth Support Worker Position Available August 2020

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

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Pathways Tasmania Annual Report

Pathways Tasmania has been up to many different projects over the last year and we are proud of what we have been able to achieve. Our annual report below will give you an insight into what we have been doing and some of the challenges we face. Pathways Annual Members Update Fy19

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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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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 2020 Freedom Ride, Saturday, April 18, 2020.

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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

It is your generosity that makes a difference in the lives of the men, and women, who use our services. Thank you so much, because without you, it would not have been possible.

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