Sunshine Coast

Sexual health clinics

The clinics provide free and confidential counselling, testing and some treatments. No Medicare card is needed. The clinics also provide free interpreting services (face-to-face or by telephone). You need to make an appointment before going.

Redcliffe/Caboolture Sexual Health Clinic
Redcliffe Community Health Centre
181 Anzac Avenue
Kippa Ring Qld 4021
Phone: 3897 6388

HIV & Sexual Health Service
Clinic 87
80-82 Blackall Terrace
Nambour Qld 4560
Phone: 5470 5244
Clinic87@health.qld.gov.au

HIV/AIDS organisations

Queensland Association of Healthy Communities (QAHC)
Formerly the Queensland AIDS Council, QAHC provides sexual health services and support for gay and other men who have sex with men (MSM), including: printed resources and campaigns; a website; telephone information and referral; workshops and support groups; and outreach programs.
www.qahc.org.au
Phone: 1800 155 141 (Statewide)
Phone: 5452 9809

Queensland Positive People
A network of people living with HIV/AIDS offering: regular social activities, peer support, advocacy, information, and referrals (including services for heterosexual HIV positive people).
www.qpp.org.au

PO Box 816
Nambour Qld 4560
Phone: 5441 7077

Spiritus Positive Directions
Provides a range of care, treatment and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Queensland. Positive Directions has offices across Queensland.
www.positivedirections.org.au
Phone: 1300 785 853 (Statewide)

Grimwood House
4 Carroll Street
Nambour 4560
Phone: 5441 1222

Hepatitis organisations

Hepatitis C Council of Queensland
Provides free services such as telephone information and support services, clinical counselling, education and training, printed resources, support groups and information evenings.
www.hepatitisc.asn.au
Phone: 3236 0612
Toll free: 1800 648 491

Queensland Injectors Health Network (QUIHN)
A statewide service for people who are illicit drug users, their family, friends and health professionals, providing Needle and Syringe Programs (NSPs), detox services, counselling, education, training, information and resources.
www.quihn.org.au

59 Sixth Avenue
Cotton Tree, Qld 4558
Phone; 5443 9576

Multicultural services

Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ)
ECCQ represents the interests of people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Queensland through advocacy, community development programs, Women’s Ethnic Network, health program, multicultural policy development and research.
www.eccq.com.au

Sexual violence

Family Planning Queensland
Provides sexual and reproductive health including clinic, education and training services.
www.fpq.com.au

6/96 Aerodrome Rd
Maroochydore Qld 4558
Phone: 5479 0755

Legal Services

Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland
The Commission investigates and handles complaints, and provides information about discrimination issues. The Commission also provides information in a number of languages.
www.adcq.qld.gov.au
Phone: 1300 130 670
TTY: 1300 130 680

HIV/AIDS Legal Centre Inc (HALC)
HALC is a community legal centre that specialises in HIV related legal matters. It provides a telephone help line and online resources.
www.halc.org.au
Toll free: 1800 063 060

Health Quality & Complaints Commission
The Commission oversees the quality of all public and private health services, and is responsible for addressing complaints from any person associated with health service delivery.
www.hrc.qld.gov.au
Toll free: 1800 077 308

Legal Aid Queensland
Provides legal assistance (information, advice and representation) to financially and socially disadvantaged Queenslanders
www.legalaid.qld.gov.au
Ph: 1300 651 188

Kingsgate
Ground Floor, Suite 7
42 King Street
Caboolture Qld 4510

3rd Floor
Cnr . Esplanade and 2nd Avenue
Maroochydore Qld 4558

Refugee & Immigration Legal Service (RAILS)
RAILS provides free legal advice and assistance in the areas of immigration, refugee and domestic violence cases, a telephone advice line for regional Queensland and online resources in a number of languages.
www.rails.org.au
Advice line: 3846 3189
Mon & Fri 2-4pm