In support of a safer virus free community Mental Health Families and Friends Tasmania has made the decision for all staff to work from home from Thursday 5 pm 19th March 2020.
Our physical office at 2 Terry Street will be closed. At this point the arrangement is for an indefinite period.
So we have postponed all public meetings, face to face contact and events across the state.
We will continue with normal access via phone, email and online.
Our website includes a link to:
- some practical ways people who experience mental distress (and anyone who may be feeling anxious) can look after themselves
- a number of trusted sources, resources and fact sheets on COVID-19 provided from TasCOSS
MHFFTas is committed to playing our part in reducing the risk of infection of COVID-19 within our stakeholder groups.
We sincerely wish for all Tasmanians to stay safe and take care of each other in this challenging time.
We will keep you informed as the circumstances change and hopefully become more optimistic.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Maxine Griffiths AM (CEO)
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