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During the many years since, Queer communities have grown to include persons who may identify for many reasons as non-heterosexual but not only exclusively as same-sex attracted, and our counselling services have grown along with this to include the experiences of intersex, bisexual and transgender people.We acknowledge that in name, many bisexual, intersex or trans people may not have felt included in this history of community-based counselling, and QLife is committed to creating a service that more adequately addresses this need.QLife counselling services will be available 7 days a week, 365 days a year between the hours of 3pm – 12am Australia wide.Phone counselling and web chat services will be provided by volunteers engaged in their home-state centres, with national support provided by a team of paid staff members.
Beyond the telephone, being able to access such support via web chat and internet forum interaction will provide flexible and friendly access for people who prefer more anonymous interactions or for whom the phone is impractical.
To contact us for general enquiries & feedback (not including support), you can email our office at [email protected] If you need immediate help outside of 3pm and midnight, QLife suggests the following 24/7 nation-wide services.
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We are comprised of QLife’s publications and public documents are curated and overseen by a panel of experts working in the field of LGBTI Mental Health.
For more information on the Committee and membership, please contact us at [email protected] Just used our phone or chat service? The survey is anonymous and should take less than 5 minutes to complete.It remains the case that LGBTI Australians have markedly higher rates of anxiety, depression and well-being than do the Australian community as a whole, for a range of reasons.