Rural Alive & Well's Outreach Program is a 24 hour a day service - 7 days a week - simply call 1300 HELP MATE (1300 4357 6283). Local outreach worker, Rhonda Gee-Mackrill can come to you, or alternatively can talk to you over the phone. Her role is to offer a friendly ear in a difficult time, as well as offer information, support and strategies to help, and link you to relevant services that can assist. Her service is free and confidential. Rhonda can be contacted directly on 0418 473 293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cancer Council Outreach Service have a 4 weekly service at the Scottsdale LINC from 10 - 11 am on Tuesdays. Working to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians, through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering support and information for anyone affected by the disease. Contact the LINC on 03 6778 8586 to confirm the date of their next visit.
Dorset Community House
3 Cameron Street, Scottsdale 7260
(03) 6352 2765
The Dorset Community House offers educational courses and social activites for people within the community. The community house also provides referrals to health services and offers a meeting room for organisations. Open Monday to Friday, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm. A Laurel House Counsellor is available on the last Monday of every month.
Dorset Council provides free "in-school" immunisation programs for school children. For further information regarding the school-based immunisation program please contact Council's Environmental Health Officer on 03 6352 6500 or click here to view the Department of Health & Human Services website.
Please note that private needle users, such as diabetics, can obtain sharps containers from Dorset Council at reduced rates.
Dorset health facilities information is available on the Living in Dorset page here.