A place where the community feel they belong and are able to participate in healthy, sustainable services with the acceptance and support to meet their needs and aspirations.
Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House Mission:
We will work with the community to provide a range of services, support and resources. We will respond in a welcoming and professional manner to the identified needs and aspirations of our community.
- Building Community
Build and support community networks of inclusiveness, involvement, trust and mutual cooperation and develop community spirit, cohesion and well being.
- Supporting People and Their Families
Build and support the personal skills, knowledge, abilities and resilience of each person in the community, and develop the health and wellbeing of people and their families.
- Enhancing Choices for Financial Independence
Support and extend training and employment readiness opportunities to assist people in the community achieve economic independence.
- To be a Responsible, Accountable and Sustainable Organisation
For more detailed information about our goals and objectives, please feel free to have a look at our Strategic Plan, available from our offices or on our website.
Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House’s catchment area encompasses Kellevie, Copping, Marion Bay, Bream Creek and Dunalley in the north, and Murdunna, Eaglehawk Neck, Taranna, Port Arthur, Nubeena and outlying areas in the south. Our services are offered across two municipal boundaries – Tasman and Sorell.
Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House’s core funding is provided by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services.
Many of our programs are funded and/or supported by grants from other sources, including:
- State Government
- Federal Government
- Local Government
- Other agencies and organisations, such as:
- Falls Festival Community Fund
- Tasmanian Community Foundation
We also raise money for our activities through our Op Shop, located at our centre in Dunalley.