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Hospice is an organisation that is staffed by trained volunteers who assist people through the progression of their illness and enable them to maintain a dignified lifestyle in the environment of their choice.

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Anyone can refer to Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre as long as they have the carers or clients permission. Carers must be currently caring for a family member or friend who may be frail, elderly, have a chronic condition or disability. Anyone in the community is able to access information on aged, disability, community or health services.

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Cover the Break O'Day, Dorset and Bicheno areas.

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ACCESS provides practical assistance and support for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. It provides collaborative, client focussed case planning, outreach and other support to young people, individuals and families, to assist them to secure accommodation and other support.

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Phoenix Centre

TAS, Australia

The Phoenix Centre offers support for newly-arrived refugees and other people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds who are survivors of torture or trauma.

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Provides financial assistance and health care to asylum seekers. Caseworkers assist people meet a wide range of needs including health support, counselling, accommodation, material aid, education and legal referrals, and social support. All services are free of charge, and include: - income support to cover basic living expenses (89% of Centrelink Special Benefit) - general health care (including pharmaceutical) - Health Services Australia medical costs - casework support - referrals to other agencies (legal, medical, counselling, social, education, housing, material aid). Eligibility of those with a current on-shore Protection Visa (refugee status) application and awaiting a decision is determined by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

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