Hobart City Mission meets people facing hardship and homelessness where they are, when help is most needed.

With the help of our supporters we look for new ways to help people through innovative programs and solutions, catching people who may otherwise fall through the gaps.

We don’t shy away from the struggles of our community.

Emergency Assistance

When life throws you something that is unexpected, it can be hard to stay on your feet. HCM can help you through a time of crisis with a range of emergency assistance, services and advice.

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DIY Dads

Not having stable accommodation should not be a reason for a dad to be separated from his children. DIY Dads provides an option for single fathers who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to have a roof over their heads, with their children.

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Disability Services

No matter your circumstances, everyone should have the chance to live life to the fullest, and to achieve their goals. HCM are committed to assisting you to achieve
these goals.

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Family & Housing Support

With an average of 744 individuals homeless each year, and more than 40% of Tasmanian’s being under the national average income, the support Hobart City Mission provides to families and those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness is vital.

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Small Steps

Being a teenage mum can be a daunting, scary and lonely experience. With a supportive community and a range of services and expertise, Small Steps helps to make being a young mum just that little less scary.

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Safe Space

Is a safe 24 hour service for people who are experiencing homelessness in Hobart. With two separate locations, our Day Program is open to anyone who needs a place of connection, some food, or to meet with service providers. Our Night Program is available through referral only.

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Recent News

Small Steps Turns 10

Small Steps Turns 10!

This week, Small Steps celebrated its 10th anniversary with a reception at Government House. Past and present Small Steps participants, volunteers, staff and friends

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