Services for Children and Young Adults in Brisbane Queensland Australia

Help for Children and Young Adults

  • Anti-Discrimination Commission can help if you’ve been discriminated against in employment, education and many other areas.
  • Australian Children’s Contact Services Association Inc “ACCSA is a non-profit association which promotes sound analysis of the role and limitations of supervised parent / child contact (‘access’, ‘visitation’) services, provides a network for members and promotes quality in service provision.”
  • CanTeen the Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer
  • Camp Quality – A non-profit organisation that is committed to bringing hope and happiness to children living with cancer, their families and communities through ongoing quality recreational, educational and financial support programs.
  • Centrelink
  • Childhood Cancer Support
  • Child Wise – a non profit organisation working to prevent, protect and reduce the sexual abuse and exploitation of children in Australia and overseas.
  • Dept of Families, Youth & Community Care.
  • Edmund Rice Education Australia Flexible Learning Centre Network (EREA FLCN) is the provision of a response to the Christian Brothers Congregation to the signs of the times, that is, to be active in creating social and learning environments which enable the emancipation of young people who have been disenfranchised from education and social connection. Includes the Albert Park Flexi School and others.
  • Gambling Help Online offers counselling, information and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The site has articles on how gambling problems develop and ways to deal with it.
  • Kids Help Line is Australia’s only free, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between five and 18.
  • Logan Youth Legal Service Youth & Family Service (Logan City) inc – contains information for young people on the law and the justice system.
  • National Child Protection Clearinghouse
  • The Pyjama Foundation to empower children in foster care and spread a love of literacy and numeracy free of charge. Volunteers known as Pyjama Angels spend an hour a week matched with a child in care reading books aloud and playing educational games. The Pyjama Foundation also has a resource library in every region we operate where volunteers can borrow books, games and resources to take to the children each week. The program currently operates throughout Queensland and New South Wales.
  • Queensland Alliance is the peak body for mental health in Queensland. We represent community organisations working in mental health. This may include youth, homelessnesss, alcohol and drug and other services.
  • Queensland Association for Gifted & Talented Children – School is not always an easy place for gifted children.
  • The Salvation Army Youth Outreach Service – Case management, drop in centre, court support, long term accommodation, year 10 to 12 alternative education, and recreation programs.
  • Tough Love
  • White Wreath Association Inc. Action Against Suicide
  • Youth Advocacy Centre
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