Ask Izzy, a free and anonymous support finder. It can assist you to find the services you need and where these services are located. Ask Izzy can be used to find services such as: housing, meals, counselling, healthcare, legal advice, and addiction treatment. If you are with Telstra, you can access Ask Izzy without requiring any credit.
1800 277 328
Autism Spectrum Australia offers lessons in life skills, case management, day programs, employment support, positive behaviour support, individual allied health therapy, and service co-ordination.
Culture in Mind provide community-based services to support social, emotional, and mental wellbeing to migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. This service is located in the same centre as World Wellness Group at Stones Corner.
Healthy Mind is an easy to read online tool designed to assist people with an intellectual disability to recognise and regulate their thoughts and feelings. Developed by the Black Dog Institute, it is available on desktop and tablet with step by step guides, learning modules, worksheets and progress sheets, video, and audio content. This is free and you do not need to register. It is accessible at any time.
A ‘one-stop-shop' for residents of Logan City and potential employers. Jobs available in the local area will be posted here and you can upload your resume to apply for jobs. You can also become a member for free to receive updates and further information.
This document provides an overview of the legal rights, obligations, and laws for those with mental health issues.
Mercy Community is a service connecting you to the support you need. This includes families and young people, domestic violence, multicultural support, and aged care.
MyAus COVID-19 is a free application for information about COVID-19, in the language required. The app allows you to: Find out more about COVID-19 and support in Australia by reading articles
1300 762 515
MyCommunityDirectory helps people Australia-wide locate quality health and community information and services. It offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive directory of community service listings in Australia. These services are free or subsidised. They are associated with Community Central, My Community Diary, Community Information Support Services, Queensland Government.
myCompass is a free, online, self-help program for people with depression, anxiety and stress developed by the Black Dog Institute. There are 14 interactive learning activities to help you better understand yourself and learn strategies to improve your mental health. It offers a personalised experience to match your individual needs.
Occupational Therapy Australia recognises that COVID-19 has disrupted people’s daily lives around the world. As life is beginning to return to a ‘new normal,’ it is important to find your new normal. This guide can help provide ideas and prompts for reflections to help create a new normal that works for you.
https://www.oneplace.org.au/ Oneplace is an online service directory for Queenslanders looking for support from parenting groups to domestic and family violence support.
The Emergency Relief Program provides support to Queenslanders struggling financially. It also refers people to the appropriate financial and/or social support services. There are 87 services in Queensland.
The Queensland Multicultural Resource Directory provides a list of Queensland organisations with a multicultural community focus. This may include schools, community, government and non-government organisations, migrant and refugee service organisations. Search the directory to find a service located near you.
Sakina Refuge is an initiative designed to assist female victims of domestic violence. It is a non-government organisation network for females, victims of crime, families, and people at risk of, or experiencing homelessness. The program provides women with a safe shelter, and programs and initiatives to empower them. Sakina also engages other health professionals such as allied health professionals, doctors, psychologists, and social workers.
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The Access Gateway offers help, advice, and direction for you in employment services, housing services, financial support, social activities, family supports, and health and wellbeing support. The Access Gateway have a no wrong door policy, if you are looking for a particular service, some information or an activity, a Gateway Officer will point you in the right direction.
Women’s Legal Services Queensland help you:
Wellness Group, located at Stones Corner, is an accredited service aiming to deliver high quality, accessible and affordable health and wellbeing services to refugees, asylum-seekers, and marginalised migrants. The services it provides are a GP clinic, mental health and wellbeing, refugee and asylum seeker health, international student health and wellbeing, traditional medicine, and health promotion and advocacy. It is funded by Queensland Department of Health and the eligibility criteria is as follows: