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TASC National Ltd - Ipswich

TASC’s services are available to the vulnerable and marginalised members of the communities they service.  TASC assists and provides access to services to people in their regional, rural and remote communities who are financially disadvantaged; who have a disability and/or mental illness; people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; people experiencing or at risk of domestic or family violence and members of their communities over the age of 65.

TASC is dedicated to the cause of Social Justice and their values, actions and efforts focus on their Vision of Social Justice for All.

Street address:

Unit 3, 265 Brisbane Street
Ipswich, QLD 4305

Mailing address:

PO Box 38


1300 008 272
(07) 3812 7000
Hours & appointment times:

The centre operates as a walk-in service and offers face-to-face advice sessions.

Appointment required.

Phone advice is available.

Office Hours:

  • Monday to Friday - 9:00am to 4:30pm.
  • Closed on the last Wednesday of every Month.
Key services:
  • Casework and representation
  • Community legal education
  • Court representation
  • Information and referral
  • Law reform
  • Legal advice
  • Social work assistance
Service delivery methods:
  • Advice by email
  • Booked appointments
  • Drop in legal advice consultation
  • Talks and seminars
  • Home visits
  • Information sessions
  • Phone advice
  • Publications
Specialist services & interest groups:
  • Children
  • Consumer law
  • Disability
  • Homeless persons
  • Mental health
  • Seniors / Elderly / Aged
  • Tenancy
  • Women
Areas of law:
  • Consumer complaints
  • Credit
  • Debt
  • Disability
  • Divorce and seperation
  • DNA testing
  • Domestic violence
  • Drug offences
  • Elder abuse
  • Family law
  • Family violence
  • Financial exploitation
  • Generalist service
  • Mental health
  • Neighbourhood disputes
  • Tenancy
Regional centres:

Rural Womens Outreach Legal Service - Chinchilla, Miles, Stanthorpe, Goondiwindi, Warwick, St George, Cunnamulla, Charleville, Dalby, Tara.

More information:

Who the centre can service

  • Vulnerable and marginalised members of the community, subject to a general assessment and eligbility criteria and a conflict of interest check. 

TASC provides these additional specialist services:

  • Coordination of Support - NDIS
  • National Disablility Advocacy Program
  • Disability Advocacy
  • Rural Womens Outreach Legal Service
  • Seniors Legal and Support Service
  • Disability Law Project
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