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Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Program

Our Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Program works with culturally and linguistically diverse communities across Queensland to improve access to hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, and sexual health information and services.

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.

Prevention, testing and awareness for hepatitis, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections

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:

NameLanguagesGenderPhoneEmail
AngelinaFrench, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, EnglishFemale0481 838 692angelinem@eccq.com.au
ChristineAcholi, Juba Arabic, Swahili, EnglishFemale0479 036 383christineo@eccq.com.au
DanielDinka, Arabic, Juba Arabic, EnglishMale0479 062 234Daniela@eccq.com.au
EvelynBurmese, EnglishFemale0481 827 751evelynp@eccq.com.au
IqbalDari, EnglishMale3844 9166
iqbalp@eccq.com.au
LazaroSwahili, Kirundi, EnglishMale0479 153 742lazarok@eccq.com.au
SamanthaChinese, EnglishFemale0479 130 997
3844 6877
Chinese@eccq.com.au
Tam DoVietnamese, EnglishMale0428 223 052vietnamese@eccq.com.au

Treatment and management for hepatitis

Our team provides individual support and vital information to people living with hepatitis and to their families and carers.

Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are viruses that cause inflammation of the liver, and can cause long term damage including cirrhosis and liver cancer, often without any obvious symptoms.

FibroScan® is a quick, painless non-invasive assessment of potential damage to the liver. FibroScan® is a type of ultrasound and is safe for almost all people. It can replace liver biopsy which is a painful and longer procedure.

ECCQ provides a free FibroScan® service for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds who have Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C.

Please see your GP for a referral to our service.

Referrals

To refer your client/patient for support, information or education please compete a referral form here.

FibroScan® may be able to be performed at your practice, please contact us to arrange.

We can also perform FibroScan® for free in a community setting.

For more information about FibroScan® and ECCQ’s Services please contact the Treatment and Management Co-ordinator at ECCQ on 3255 1540 Ext 214 or email referrals@eccq.com.au.

To refer your client/patient for a FibroScan® please click here.

Resources

We have resources on a range of topics, and in a variety of languages, available free of charge. Click here for an order form.

For health information and for free condoms please contact us on 07 3255 1540 or email health@eccq.com.au.

 

Stay Safe & Protected – Information about STIs

Click here to download English version

 

LET’S TALK ABOUT IT

Download ECCQ’s resource, Let’s talk about it … for detailed information on hepatitis, HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

 

HEPATITIS B

Download information brochure: Liver Disease: Hepatitis B


Click here to download the English version

 


Click here to download the English/Simplified Chinese version

 


Click here to download the English/Traditional Chinese version

 


Click here to download the English/Vietnamese version

 

B Healthy – Guide to Chronic Hepatitis B

Download ECCQ’s resource: B – Healthy: English


Click here to download the English version

 


Click here to download the English/Chinese version

 


Click here for the English/Vietnamese version

 


Click here to download the English/Arabic version

 


Click here to download the English/Korean version

 

HEPATITIS C


Factsheet – English

 


Factsheet – English/Chinese

 


Factsheet – English/Vietnamese

 


Factsheet – English/Arabic

 

HIV/AIDS


HIV is still here. Be in control. Know your status.


HIV and AIDS – English


HIV and AIDS – Chinese


HIV and AIDS – Vietnamese

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