WHAT IS ELDER ABUSE:
Elder Abuse is defined by the World Health Organisation as: a single, or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an... Read more
Supporting separating parties to respectfully negotiate parenting, property and financial issues following separation. This process is often referred to as mediation. Our specific program name for this mediation process is ‘Family Dispute Resolution’.
Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) help families which are experiencing difficulties and change, and can assist through information, community connections, education and specialised support services... Read more
The Gambling Help Service is a free service funded by the Queensland State government and delivered by a network of community based service providers to Queenslanders experiencing problems with gambling.
Working with you to provide intensive and extended support to improve the wellbeing of your children and family. IFS is a free and confidential service available to families who have children... Read more
RAQ was successful in securing funding for one of three Regional Mental Health and Wellbeing Hubs funded by the Queensland Mental health Commission under the Early Action: Queensland Mental Health... Read more
Family Dispute Resolution is a process which helps people who are separating reach negotiated agreements on parenting, property and financial issues following separation.
RAQ now offers online... Read more
Provided by counsellors with specialised skills, knowledge and experience in the area of LGBTI service provision, the service’s central hub is our Spring Hill venue in Brisbane, but we also have a network of specially trained counsellors in many of our regional venues. Our helpful contact centre staff can help you find a counsellor who is right for you.
The Rainbow Program is a collection of RAQ 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. We also support the families, allies and practitioners who, in turn, support those identifying as LGBTI or questioning.
The National Redress Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse.http://www.nationalredress.gov.au
Free and confidential support for... Read more
The Telephone Dispute Resolution Service is a national, telephone-based family dispute resolution service that operates as a component of the Family Relationship Advice Line. The service operates... Read more