New Norfolk Neighbourhood Watch

Youth Links

Being a young person in the world today is full of challenges.

Good news! – help is available to assist when we need it.

We all have bad days sometimes for whatever reason but we don’t need to work things out on our own.

The Kids Helpline programme also assists Teens and Young Adults by providing information and support for:

  • Dealing with loneliness.
  • Family relations and respect in relationships.
  • Gender identity, bullying, cyber-bullying and sexting.
  • Risk-taking and coping with emotions.
  • All about depression and thoughts of suicide.

'Managing Your Reputation'

Your online reputation is your responsibility, so take control of what your digital shadow is saying about you.

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Local support

Police Emergency 000

Police Attendance: 131 444

The Salvos: 6261 2353

Lifeline: 6282 1500 or 131 114

Derwent Valley Community House: 6261 5230

Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800

SANE Helpline: 1800 187 263 (Mon-Fri 10am to 10pm)

Eating Disorders Helpline: 1800 334 673 (Mon-Fri 8am to 9pm)

Suicide Callback Service: 1300 659 467

Sexual Assault Support: 6231 1811 or 6231 1817 or
1800RESPECT (1800 737 732)

Child Safety Service (to report abuse of children): 1300 737 639

Family Violence Response and referral Line: 1800 633 937

Hobart Women’s Shelter: 6273 8455

Young Women’s Refuge: 6272 7751

Online support

Derwent Valley PCYC

D’FAT (Derwent Valley Youth Future Action Team)

Circle Street Youth Group

Find Help Tasmania

Youth Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue – information on depression or anxiety

Are You Bogged Mate? – Support for people living in the bush

ReachOut – information about bullying

Tassieteen.com.au –¬†Creating Pathways and Building Connections

Family Violence Law Help

Legal Aid Family Violence Information Kit

Family Advocacy and Support Services (FASS) Tasmania.
For legal support in family violence situation. 

Cyber-Bullying – Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Think U Know – online behaviour

Angel’s Hope – reducing bullying

New Norfolk Online Community Directory

StreetSmart Handbook

Tune In Not Out

Freedom to Feel Fantastic

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  • outcomes of community events we have been involved in,
  • upcoming activities that you may be interested in assisting with,
  • general information about your connection to a safer community.