Disability Royal Commission

Speak Out provides advocacy support
for people affected by violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation.
We help you tell your story to the Disability Royal Commission.

(The Disability Royal Commission will run for three years until 2022)

Referral from Speak Out to the Commission:

 

To make a request for advocacy from us
please click on the link below and DOWNLOAD the form

DRC Advocacy Referral _Speak Out Tasmania

Advocacy Support

If you have experienced or witnessed violence, abuse, neglect or exploitation, you may need support.

A Speak Out advocate can help you tell your story, protect your rights and access other supports.

Watch the video below to learn more about Advocacy support

Easy Read factsheet

You may be thinking about engaging with the Disability Royal Commission. A support person can help you make choices about telling your story. Getting support does not mean you have to take part in the Disability Royal Commission – it is your choice.

For extra information, click on the link below to download an easy read factsheet

DSS Support

Many people say that counselling and advocacy has helped them.

You can take your time to think about getting support. It’s here for you when you are ready.

If you would like support from us, please call us on (03) 6231 2344 and if you would like to find out more about the support available, visit www.dss.gov.au/disability-royal-commission-support.

Our contact details

Speak Out has three offices across Tasmania.

Our locations are in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie.

Hobart

Postal address:

PO Box 4578
Bathurst Street
Hobart, 7000
Tasmania

Phone number:

Phone: (03) 6231 2344

Email address:

admin@speakoutadvocacy.org

Launceston

Postal address:

59d Amy Road
Launceston, 7250
Tasmania

Phone number:

Phone: (03) 6343 2022

Email address:

launceston@speakoutadvocacy.org

Burnie

Postal address:

2 Spring Street
Burnie, 7320
Tasmania

Phone number:

Phone: (03) 6431 9333

Email address:

burnie@speakoutadvocacy.org

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