Queensland floods update

4th March 2022

Like many of you in various parts of Queensland, particularly the Wide Bay Burnett and SEQ regions, the last several days have had significant impacts on our homes, our friends, our communities and our working spaces. Our main office sites are at this stage, not safe, accessible or useable by our team, our clients or our community members. 

We, like everyone else will be working to get them up and running as soon as is practical, but for now, please check before you head to us for any appointments or meetings. 

Where we can, we will be working online, but many of us have also been personally impacted by the weather and may not be available over the coming days.

We will keep you updated as we go. 

While it feels like a lot right now, because the last few weeks and months have not been easy ones, we will work through this together.

-your team at QC. 

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health (QC) has been a home for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy people and communities in Queensland for over 35 years. We are proud to be a community led and community owned health and wellbeing service, representing the diversity of our communities. Walking with you to find the support you need. Changing to meet our diverse communities needs.

Led by you. Owned by you. With you. 

Our Vision

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Sistergirl and Brotherboy Queenslanders live longer and happier lives, and have access to the services and supports they need.

Our Purpose

Drive change within systems and services and empower communities and individuals to improve social, emotional and physical wellbeing.


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