Pulse Youth Health Support
The Youth Health Service is a prevention and early intervention service for young people aged 12-24. We offer a range of health services including brief intervention, counselling, health information and referrals. We also have a sexual health GP, a psychology clinic and headspace visit once a week. All services are free and we can also help with the cost of health items. The team also offer programs and groups in schools and communities.
Who this service is for
Young people aged 12-24
How this service is delivered
Drop in to see us at the Glenorchy Health Centre.
Many of our services don't need an appointment.
Call or visit us online
See our website or facebook page for more information.
Some services need an appointment, so please call to arrange.
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National Alcohol and Drug Hotline
Call the National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline for free and confidential advice about alcohol and other drugs.
Child Health Centres
Child Health and Parenting Service provides opportunities for new families to network with other services within the community.
Family Violence Counselling And Support Service (FVCSS)
** COVID-19 Update - we are available and offer information, counselling and support. This service operates from 9am to midnights weekdays and 4pm to midnight weekends and public holidays. You can reach FVCSS on 1800 608 122. **
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a statewide service that provides information, counselling, advocacy and support to assist children, young people and adults affected by family violence.