Support Services


Findhelp Tas is a self-funded community initiative lead by a partnership of Tasmanian community service organisations, supported by TasCOSS.


Volunteering Tasmania connects volunteers and their skills to people, places and organisations who need it most during emergency situations such as this pandemic.

If you would like to be involved in community volunteering, go online to Emergency Volunteering

If you are an organisation in need of volunteers, please contact Volunteering Tasmania Ph. 03 6231 5550 or email


In times of uncertainty it's normal to feel a range of emotions including increased stress and anxiety. While these feelings are normal, we need to ensure that in times of crisis we take steps to look after our mental health and wellbeing.

The Head to Health website provides links to trusted Australian mental health online and phone supports, resources and treatment options. It also has online programs and forums, as well as a range of digital information resources.

Using the search page, you can navigate to various resources and services for help if you’re experiencing mental health concerns, or trying to support someone else. If you’re not sure where to start, you can also use Sam the Chatbot. Sam provides tailored recommendations on information and services that best suit your needs.

Additionally, the Mental Health Council of Tasmania (MHCT) has put together a page on our website to help you stay informed and look after your mental health while we all deal with COVID-19.

As well as a series of tips to look after yourself, the page also includes links to official updates and information, as well as details about what MHCT is doing in response to the crisis. You can check out the website here.


Please download the Local Service Provider Directory PDF below for information on services in the Kentish area. Information on Where To Get Help is also provided below.

Kentish Local Service Provider Directory


Mental Health

  • Important to keep up social networks using technology
  • It is normal to feel anxious and uncertain
  • Reach out to mental health services if you need to talk or need help

Link to Mental Health Resources: