For 25 years ECCQ has been funded by Queensland Health to engage with migrant and refugee communities to provide information, community education and support services across Queensland.
Our team of trained bilingual community health workers provide workshops in a community setting in different languages as well as provide information to increase awareness about prevention and testing.
To request a workshop for your community please click here (online form).
We also offer a statewide information service via phone in the following languages:
|Angelina||French, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, English||Female||0481 838 692||[email protected]|
|Christine||Acholi, Juba Arabic, Swahili, English||Female||0479 036 383||[email protected]|
|Daniel||Dinka, Arabic, Juba Arabic, English||Male||0479 062 234||[email protected]|
|Evelyn||Burmese, English||Female||0481 827 751||[email protected]|
|Linh||Vietnamese, English||Female||0481 858 151|
|Lazaro||Swahili, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, English||Male||0479 153 742||[email protected]|
|Samantha||Chinese, English||Female||0479 130 997|
Our team provide individual support and vital information to people living with hepatitis and to their families and carers.
We also perform fibroscans for free in a community setting. For more info on fibroscan services please email [email protected].
We accept referrals from GPs, clinics and service providers for individual support and fibroscans.
Please refer a client for support, information or education through our online form here.
To download our Fibroscan referral form click here.
We have resources on a range of topics, and in a variety of languages, available free of charge.
For health information and for free condoms please contact us on 07 3255 1540 or email [email protected].
Download ECCQ’s new resource: B Healthy: My guide to Chronic Hepatitis B