Delivering Breakthrough in various Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the state.
The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) is a leadership and policy organisation established in 1990. QAIHC is the peak organisation representing all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services (CCHS) in Queensland at both a state and national level.
Delivering in Cairns Brisbane North & South (including Logan and Caboolture), Sunshine Coast and Townsville
Lives Lived Well is a not-for-profit organisation, working to help people impacted by drugs or alcohol as well as mental health concerns. We work with people to help get their lives back on track by delivering a wide range of programs and services across Queensland.
Delivering in Darling Downs, Mackay, South West and West Moreton.
Drug ARM is a for-purpose organisation committed to reducing the harms of alcohol and other drug use. At our core is a passion to reduce the damaging effects of alcohol and other drugs on physical, mental and spiritual health.
Delivering in Cape York.
Apunipima is now the largest community controlled health organisation in Queensland and delivers a comprehensive primary health care service to 11 Cape York communities. This service includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners, outreach midwives, podiatrists, audiologists, physiotherapists, dietitians and nutritionists, diabetes nurse educators, paediatricians and GPs.
Delivering in the Wide Bay area
Bridges Health & Community Care is Wide Bay’s longest established, leading provider of community-based mental health and drug and alcohol services.