Queensland Council for LGBTI Health
QC at 30 Helen Street , Teneriffe (07) 3017 1777
Providing psychological services and casework for folk aged 18+ unless accompanied by parent/carer/guardian.
Open Doors Youth Service
Open Doors at 5 Green Square Close, Fortitude Valley.
Providing psychological services and casework for young folk aged 12-24.
gar'ban'djee'lum is a referral partner. They can connect Aborigianl and/or Torres Strait Islander Sistergirl and Brotherboy folk to culturally safe frontline service providers for the NSPT. gar'ban'djee'lum is an independent social network for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender people, Sistergirls and Brotherboys (GLBTSB) in and around Brisbane.
If you are not a member of gar'ban'djee'lum Network and would like to be, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone QuAC for contact details (07) 3017 1737.
Youth2Knowledge (Y2K) is an Indigenous owned mental health organisation.
We work on a national scale with high schools, Indigenous communities and individuals to develop innovative programs for the youth.
Y2K offers a range of wellness programs such as
Indigenous health, mental health, substance awareness, nutrition, and building resilience against suicide.
Wendybird is a not-for-profit community group led by a collective of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) people who are working together to intentionally grow a safer and always supportive community for people of diverse bodies, genders, relationships and sexualities, their friends, families and children to find meaningful connections.
Roses in the Ocean
Multiple Locations 1300 411 461
Roses in the Ocean exists to save lives and reduce emotional pain.
We do this by informing, influencing and enhancing suicide prevention through the lived experience and supporting organisations to effectively and meaningfully engage lived experience expertise.
Multiple Locations (07) 3250 0200
Local understanding is a key attribute of our organisation. We operate from 5 clinics and 16 outreach locations across Queensland and adapt our approach to the unique needs of the community. This is true of all our work, including our relationships and sexuality education programs, our award-winning child safety programs and counselling for people who have experienced sexual abuse.