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Healthy House is committed to increasing access to a range of primary and allied health care services and activities for rural and remote communities, in particular, small and more remote communities.

Healthy House team works collaboratively with each other and other services to provide a diverse range of health services and activities across the Break O'Day municipality.

The core Healthy House team work along side and in conjunction with a wide range of contracted health professionals.

 

Please be advised that the new opening hours for Healthy House are 8:30am - 4:30pm

Healthy House will be closed from 24th December reopening on Monday 5th January, 2015

Introduction to Pilates Pink!

Introduction to Pilates Pink!

Pilates Pink is a program specifically targeted to women affected by breast cancer to assist with your return to physical activity. A 6 week program commencing at St. Helens Hospital, Friday 6 March 2015, 9.00am-10.00am Pre-registration essential, six...
Cancer Support Group St Helens

Cancer Support Group St Helens

  The Cancer Council Tasmania is holding a cancer support group in St Helens, providing support and information for anyone impacted by a cancer diagnosos, survivors of cancer, and their partners. Meeting will be held the first Friday of every month...
Cancer Support Centre Calendar

Cancer Support Centre Calendar

Cancer Council Tasmania’s Cancer Support Centre in Launceston offers a range of support activities and programs for people dealing with the impact of cancer during treatment and throughout survivorship. The centre is designed to create an inspiring and...
Hospice @ HOME - The District Nurses

Hospice @ HOME - The District Nurses

Tasmania has been fortunate enough to receive funding specific to our Palliative approach to care through Better Access to Palliative Care. The funding specifically is looking at how we can support people to die in their own home, and in particular...
Health and Wellbeing Needs Assessment 2014

Health and Wellbeing Needs Assessment 2014

  The Health and Wellbeing Needs Assessment is a survey that aims to gather information relevant to keeping us not only Healthy, but Healthy and in our own homes for as long as possible. ‘Have Your Say’ and make an important contribution to...
Planning for Sustainable Tourism Development on Tasmania's East Coast

Planning for Sustainable Tourism Development on Tasmania's East Coast

Break O'Day Council is currently running an online survey to receive feedback on how you see things for the future.  This project will assist Break O’Day, Dorset and Glamorgan Spring Bay Councils to deliver sustainable tourism outcomes through...
Consider Quitting

Consider Quitting

The Targeting Tobacco Program works by partnering with social and community service organisations to address smoking. The high rates of smoking amongst already disadvantaged and vulnerable groups make smoking an important social justice issue....
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