The QLife family includes hundreds of highly experienced staff and volunteers Australia-wide. If you're looking to connect with someone to explore what's going on in your life, we're here to chat and to take your call.
We also welcome contact from people who may not be LGBTI but who want to talk about someone else they care about.
Unfortunately, QLife only has capacity to provide services in Australia. Other services that may be able to help (or point you in the right direction):
For crisis intervention and suicide prevention, you may find the resources or helplines listed within these websites useful:
For help to seek asylum from persecution:
"Where it’s sitting now is that part of me is like, yes I have marriage equality and that’s awesome. But I also think of people who are trans and other people who aren’t included yet. People were knocked. It still affects them. Hurtful things were said. When I feel strong enough I will say to them “When you said that last year, you have no idea how much it hurt”. I want to have an open and honest conversation on a level where that person doesn’t feel attacked like I did. It’s the hard road, but the better road. Doing that will stand for transparency, courage and empathy."
QLife acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, their diversity, histories and knowledge and their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respects to all Australian Indigenous peoples and their cultures, and to Elders of past, present and future generations.
We pay our respects to those amongst the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex communities who have worked to support the improved health and wellbeing of their peers, children, families, friends, and country. We honour the elders in the diverse communities of which we are a part and we celebrate the extraordinary diversity of people's bodies, genders, sexualities, and relationships that they represent.