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QUEENSLAND TGD ORGANISATIONS & SUPPORT GROUPS

 
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ATSAQ is run by deeply dedicated people who have placed advocacy, education and support of the transgender community, and their families, at the forefront of their lives since 1990.
They hold monthly luncheons on the last Saturday of each month.

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QC promotes the health and well-being of Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual,Transgender,Intersex (LGBTI+),Sistergirl and Brotherboy Queenslanders. It has a dedicated transgender health promotion officer, and also runs Clinic30 which, in addition to offering sexual health and mental healthcare services, also provides General Practice Transgender and Gender Diverse holistic healthcare. 

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Open Doors Youth Service is Queensland's leading youth homelessness and support service for LGBTI young people and their families. 
In addition to its many services it also runs a support group for transgender, gender diverse, gender queer, gender non-conforming or gender questioning youth.

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RAQ runs The Rainbow Program. A collection of service provisions, striving to support the mental health and wellbeing of people of diverse bodies, genders and sexualities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & intersex (LGBTI) people, as well as those questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation. They also support the families, allies and practitioners who, in turn, support those identifying as LGBTI or questioning.


RAQ also provides a support group called Transcendence for transgender and gender diverse individuals and those who are questioning.

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QLife provides an anonymous LGBTI peer support for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships. This is a free telephone or webchat service that operates from 3pm to midnight every day.

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The Wendybird, as a social enterprise, exists to create positive spaces, events and opportunities for people of diverse bodies, genders, relationships, and sexualities to connect, learn, play, create, educate, share,  grow, and achieve creating a grass roots approach to community development.  Wendybird acts as a conduit for connection, acceptance and belonging resulting in improved mental health and reduced incidence of suicidality.

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This is a free and confidential legal advice service for Qld residents who identify as LGBTI.

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QUEENSLAND TRANSGENDER & GENDER DIVERSE SERVICES

 

The Australian Professional Association for Trans Health (AusPATH) is Australia’s peak body for professionals involved in the health, rights and well-being of trans, gender diverse and non-binary people.
It includes a list of service providers, GPs, surgeons, mental health professionals and others, who have acknowledged an interest in supporting the rights, health, and well-being of TGDNB people.

The aim of the QCGS is to improve the health, wellbeing and function of Queensland children diverse in gender identity through affirmative, family focused, interdisciplinary assessment and specialist care. Being trans or gender diverse is viewed as part of the natural spectrum of human diversity by Children’s Health Queensland and the Australian Standards of Care and Treatment Guidelines that informs their practice.

The RBWH Gender Service is a free service that provides advice, assessments, psychosocial and speech pathology support to transgender and gender diverse people from 17 years of age. It operates QLD-wide.

QC promotes the health and well-being of Lesbian, Gay,Bisexual,Transgender,Intersex (LGBTI+),Sistergirl and Brotherboy Queenslanders. It has a dedicated transgender health promotion officer, and also runs Clinic30 which, in addition to offering sexual health and mental healthcare services, also provides General Practice Transgender and Gender Diverse holistic healthcare.