If you are thinking about suicide or experiencing a personal crisis help is available. No one needs to face their problems alone.
If you need support, please call:
Help is also available at one of our partner organisations. Both Kurbingui Youth Development and the QUAC have qualified counsellors available to help you and your loved ones.
Kurbingui Youth Development Limited (Kurbingui) is a registered Not-For-Profit (NFP) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community-controlled organisation and a Company Limited by Guarantee operating across Greater Brisbane, Moreton Bay and bayside suburbs.
Our programs and services contribute to the cultural, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a strong focus on addressing isolation,
homelessness, poverty, discrimination and unemployment through the provision of case management, outreach, community development, education, employment, training, community events and activities.
To make an appointment with Kurbingui please call 07 3156 4800
For more information on Kurbingui’s services, visit their website: https://kurbingui.org.au/
Queensland AIDS Council (QuAC)
The Queensland AIDS Council (QuAC) is an independent non-profit community organisation funded by government grants, community fundraising, donations and sponsorships. QuAC’s vision is to see a Queensland where all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI), Sistergirl and Brotherboy peoples achieve the best possible health and well-being outcomes while participating fully in the life of their communities, free from discrimination and its impacts.
We have four core values that really count. Courage. Justice. Innovation. Celebration
See what services QuAC offers as a part of the NSPT trial please call (07) 3017 1777
For more information on QuAC’s services, visit their website: https://quac.org.au/
To learn more about the QuAC’s “Talking Can Make It Better Campaign” visit talkingheals.org.au
The Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention
The Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention (CBPATSISP) aims to reduce the causes, prevalence and impact of suicide on Indigenous individuals, families and communities. To learn more about current, best practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention visit their website: www.cbpatsisp.com.au
You can also access and read the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project (ATSISPEP) here. This project identifies evidence based solutions to suicide prevention in our communities.