About Us

Our purpose is to provide a network for agencies and individuals to work collaboratively towards better, fairer, more affordable, appropriate, accessible housing, accommodation and related services for people in the Moreton Bay Region.

Participants in our network are:

  • Aftercare

  • Alcohol Drug Foundation Queensland (ADFQ)

  • Blue Care

  • bric housing company

  • Caboolture Community Action

  • Interlock

  • Keys to Early Intervention in Homelessness (KEIHS)

  • Lutheran Community Care

  • Mission Australia

  • Moreton Bay Regional Council

  • Ozcare

  • (PHaMS)

  • Pine Rivers Neighbourhood Centre


  • Salvation Army

Aftercare provides a full range of services designed to support people who might be experiencing mental illness so that they can go on to lead fulfilling, independent lives. The care we provide ranges from assistance with developing the skills to manage day-to-day tasks through to fully-supported accommodation for those with complex needs.

To explore all the programs and services that we provide, please select one of the following:

Are you under 25?

We understand that being young has its own set of challenges. Sometimes it is confusing, frustrating and scary when your mind is not working the way you think it should. We offer a range of services specifically designed to assist young people on their journey to recovery, ranging from drop-in spaces, supported accommodation through to medical and psychological services.

Kurinda specialises in providing assistance to young people experiencing mental illness between the ages of 14 and 24 years. We are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and provide assistance in social and personal development, as well as life skills throughout the recovery journey.

Time Out is for young people aged between 15 and 25 years who might be experiencing the early signs of mental illness. We provide support early in the recovery journey to increase the likelihood of a positive long-term outcome. We provide support both within the community and at our drop-in Time Out house.

Our Youth Engagement Program provides an overall approach to mental health with young people as its focus. It is designed specifically to provide the best possible assistance to those who might be experiencing the early signs of mental illness. By engaging young people as peers, we have developed an approach to mental health services that speaks directly to those affected and allows us to put them in touch with the support they may need

Are you over 25?

Community Connections focuses on reconnecting clients and participants with their chosen community through the facilitation and promotion of community-based activities.

Housing and Accommodation Services offers both short and long-term accommodation and support services

The focus of Independent Living is to assist clients and participants to have an independent lifestyle, whether they are experiencing mental illness or have an intellectual disability. It is designed to provide outreach support, skills training and mentoring

PHaMs is a federal government-funded program that operates throughout New South Wales and Queensland in partnership with non-government organisations. We walk alongside our clients through their recovery journey so that they can lead independent lives.

Aftercare is committed to developing its people as well as its programs and services. Our approach here is twofold:

  • Education and Training which involves partnerships with educational institutions, internships and on-the-job and classroom/web-based training
  • Research enables us to constantly evaluate our policies and practices, make changes and recommendations so that we can provide the best possible services for our clients, as well as allowing us to contribute to the field of community-based care



Alcohol and Drug Foundation Queensland

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation Queensland is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) dedicated to reducing the individual and social harms associated with alcohol and drug use and to promoting health enhancing behaviour change.

Our extensive experience and expertise means we have the ability to develop and conduct dedicated programs for, and on behalf of, a variety of stakeholders including state and federal government departments, large and small organisational clients.

ADFQ has been providing services for those affected by alcohol and other drug (AOD) use and their families, along with the greater community since 1974.

Programs currently delivered by ADFQ include: Logan House (Therapeutic Community); Interlock EAP, Gambling Help services in the Caboolture Redcliffe area; Holyoake for significant others of those with AOD issues; Community outreach programs for indigenous people, youth and adults, across specific locations throughout Queensland; cannabis diversion counselling; prison programs; the Australian Winter School Conference; and the Driving With Care program for drink drivers.


Blue Care Caboolture Community Care Services

  • Palliative care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Respite Care - in home
  • Disability Services
  • Community Care Packages (CCPs)
  • Education
  • Transport services
  • Nursing Care - continence
  • Diabetes management
  • Dieticians or Dietetics & Nutrition
  • Domestic Assistance
  • DVA / Veterans Home Care
  • Medication management
  • Personal Care
  • Nursing Care - post acute
  • Wound management
  • Nursing Care - general
  • Administration



bric housing company

Who We Are

bric housing company is a registered not for profit public company, limited by guarantee and not having a share capital. We are governed by a skills based Board of Directors of 7 and we have a staff of 34. We operate in South East Queensland, from the New South Wales border to Bribie Island, with the largest concentration of our stock located in the northern part of the Greater Brisbane Region. Our Head Office is in Spring Hill and we have local offices in Sandgate and New Farm.

What We Do

We manage tenancies and housing stock which we lease from a variety of parties, private landlords, the Department of Communities, Brisbane City Council and other housing and support service providers. We have a small amount of our own property which we manage as affordable housing. We also manage the Ti Tree Housing Service; a culturally appropriate service targeted towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. In addition we have our own maintenance team which helps us to provide a responsive and cost effective property maintenance service. Our expertise ranges from managing high needs clients and tenancies in high density settings to managing longer term affordable housing.


At the Brisbane Homelessness Service Centre (BHSC) we work together to find sustainable solutions for people who are homeless or for individuals and families who might become homeless without support.

Located in inner-city Brisbane, a range of services are available for individuals and families including information, support, advocacy, health, recreational, and employment services.

Who We Are

The Brisbane Homelessness Service Centre (BHSC) provides essential services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness in Brisbane.

BHSC operates under a collocation model with several services located in the one building.

Micah logo

Micah Projects Inc is the lead agency at the BHSC. Micah Projects Homelessness to Home Support Services are based here, providing a range of innovative and evidence-based services to people who are homeless and at risk of homelessness. Visit Micah Projects website.

What We Do

The Brisbane Homelessness Service Centre (BHSC) provides essential services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness through a partnership of co-located and visiting agencies. Services include:

  • information and support to access crisis accommodation and long-term housing, or to prevent homelessness
  • proactive outreach to people in public space who are intoxicated or sleeping rough and vulnerable
  • primary health care, personal care and domestic support
  • opportunities for employment and to participate in recreational and sporting activities
  • proactive support to people with a disability, and to families who are at risk of homelessness, to maintain their housing and create a home.

Micah Projects
is the lead agency at BHSC with Micah Projects Homelessness to Home Support Services providing a range of centre-based and outreach services to individuals and families.

Homelessness to Home Healthcare is a network of healthcare providers at BHSC including the Mater Foundation Community Clinical Nurse, General Practitioners, Podiatry, Accupuncture and Counselling services.

Co-located Partners
(services located together at BHSC) are Centacare South West Brisbane Community Options Project, The Big Issue and RecLink.

We also partner with other agencies to provide regular visiting services at the BHSC including the Department of Housing, Medicare, Centrelink, and QPILCH Homeless Persons Legal Clinic.

If you need assistance, we’re here to prevent you from becoming homeless, support you to find housing if you are homeless and link you into a range of social, health, employment and community services.

 Caboolture Community Care Inc

Caboolture Community Care has been serving the local community since 1985. We have been awarded four consecutive community awards between 2001 and 2004, for excellence in service delivery, and are committed to providing a friendly, professional and caring service.

How can Caboolture Branch help you?

Our staff are passionate about providing clients with the highest quality health care services possible and are committed to looking for new services to help you to enjoy a healthier life.

Our innovative Healthy Living program has been specifically designed for seniors, to promote the enjoyment of a better quality of life through a healthy lifestyle.We also offer regular social activities ranging from visits to local sites and further afield, to group shopping and Breakaway Respite.

We also offer regular social activities ranging from visits to local sites and further afield, to group shopping and Breakaway Respite.

Services available from Caboolture Branch

  • Healthy Living Exercises 
  • a stretching, flexibility and strength building exercise program
  • Community Aged Care Packages - individualised packages of care for people needing some extra care to help them remain at home for longer.
  • DVA nursing and showering assistance.
  • Veterans’ Home Care
  • Extended Aged Care at Home - individualised high care packages which include extra support for carers
  • Extended Aged Care at Home (Dementia)
  • In-home respite
  • Breakaway Respite (to give the carer a break)
  • Home And Community Care services
  • Showering assistance
  • Social outings
  • Fee-for-service
  • Group shopping



Caboolture Family Haven Inc


Homelessness and insufficient emergency accommodation were identified as Caboolture Shire’s most pressing needs in the late 1990’s. It continues to be the Shire’s most pressing need. That is why the Haven exists.

Our Purpose

We provide persons who are homeless and/or are at risk of homelessness with accommodation support and assistance to re-establish themselves within the community achieving safe, affordable and sustainable accommodation.

How can we help you ?
Our team of trained staff and volunteers can help with the following needs. Contact us for:

Short - Mid Term Affordable Housing

Food and Basic Furniture Needs

Helping you understand your needs, and Referrals to other Services

Applications for Government Housing



0415 073 540

 Chameleon Housing Inc.

Chameleon House is a youth shelter for homeless or young people at risk of homelessness aged 16-17yrs. We can accommodate up to 6 young people at one time both male and female we have both single and double rooms. You can call Chameleon and make a referral on 3284 4805 to stay anywhere from 1 night to up to 3months. We are located at Kippa-ring Queensland.

Who I'd like to meet:

You if you are Homeless or at risk of homelessness give us a call


Coast2Bay Housing Group

Who We Are

Coast2Bay Housing Group is a large provider of community housing services on the Sunshine Coast and in the Moreton Bay region.

We provide housing that is affordable to eligible residents and we provide tenant advice and advocacy to all tenants and residents in our region.

We lead the way in developing community and affordable housing by working with our partners in government, the private sector and the community to expand housing options.

Coast2Bay Housing Group is an independent not for profit company governed by a voluntary Board of experts and managed by a professional team.

We provide 450 households with affordable, safe and appropriate homes from Cooroy to the Pine River.

Coast2Bay Housing Group is supported through funding received from the Queensland Government - Department of Communities, Housing and Homelessness Services and works in partnership with community support agencies to provide housing services.

Community Housing Assistance Programs - We provide a professional and integrated community housing service that is responsive to community needs and our tenants.

Community Rent Scheme
We provide 100 properties across the Sunshine Coast of medium term transitional housing for people who:

Rent Start Pilot
We provide 30 properties to applicants on the Common Housing Register who are eligible for social housing and are identified as likely to sustain independence in the private market after a period of four years of subsidised rental assistance.

Long Term Housing
We provide independent housing options for people on low incomes for as long as they need it in 57 properties including 1, 2 and 3 bed units and detached homes from Tewantin to Caloundra.

Community Managed Studio Units
We provide 30 units of accommodation to single people in Nambour and 24 units of accommodation to single people in Maroochydore.

Tenant Advice and Advocacy Service (QLD)

We provide a professional telephone tenant advice and advocacy service to the wider community. This includes all tenants as well as residents in boarding houses, caravan parks and hostels whilst actively promoting and lobbying for tenant’s rights with a focus on sustainable tenancies. Services include:

  • Tenancy law information and advice.
  • Housing information and referral
  • Advocacy
  • Community education.

This is a telephone based service however for more individual assistance please call for an appointment.


Deception Bay Community Youth Programs (DBCYP)

DBCYP started in 1994 and we help young people in Deception Bay and surrounding areas. If you are aged between 12 and 25, we probably have a program to suit you!

We are a very casual and friendly team and our building  is at 6 Summer Street Deception Bay.

Our building used to be a house  (a big one) and we have turned this house into a youth friendly space with cool lounge areas, classrooms and offices. So it’s still like a home but with youth workers instead of parents..and we don’t make you wash up!!   Well only sometimes …

Don’t worry about fitting in because we have lots of different young people here from all sorts of different backgrounds and we like everyone to feel welcome and included.

Once you come and see us you’ll know what I mean.  It’s a great, comfortable place to be, where you can be yourself and get all the help and support you need..thats why we are here!

We provide help if you are in a crisis situation, like being homeless, or having  trouble with crime or violence. We can also help with drug, alcohol and health problems.

If you want some advice about schooling or getting some more education, we can help with that too!  And if you really want to find a job, but it all seems just too hard ..well we can help with that as well !

And the great thing is..everything we do is absolutely FREE !!

How good is that?

You can also check us out on Facebook

We are open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 3 pm.

You can call us on 3204 0277 to get more information

Or come down and talk to one of our youth workers at 6 Summer Street Deception Bay
So…..here’s a little bit more about us and the programs we have to offer :

YSC & GOALS PROGRAM : For young people wanting to continue their education

The Youth Support Coordinator works with the Deception Bay High School and is the coordinator of the GOALS program helping people who are having trouble staying at school. This year  ( 2011) we started our own “mini school” at DBCYP.  It is called GOALS and offers years 10 , 11 and 12 for students that are having problems at mainstream school.

GOALS runs from Monday to Thursday each week and has the regular school terms..So you still get holidays ! How good is that !

Our classroom is relaxed and supportive. We believe that everyone has a right to education.


About Us

Since 1978 Interlock has been assisting individuals and families to overcome challenging situations by professional counselling and support services built on foundations of privacy and confidentiality.  From experience, we know you’re not the only one facing these challenges.

We also know that with professional assistance, these situations can improve quickly.

Interlock, a subsidiary of the Alcohol and Drug Foundation Queensland (ADFQ) has helped more than 500,000 people throughout Australia and New Zealand by offering a range of services including Employee Assistance Programs, Private Counselling and  support for dealing with addictive behaviours.

Interlock provides counselling, workshops and has a 24-hour service guarantee and a Manager Hotline delivered by qualified psychologists or registered Social Workers.  These include:

  • Work related issues, such as stress, work / life balance
  • Depression, anxiety and grief
  • Gambling issues
  • Addictions
  • Family and relationship issues
  • Financial difficulties
  • Interpersonal conflict

Our service offers flexible options that ensure you receive professional assistance as ssoon as possible. Our 24 hour Guarantee can be activated at your request and this will enable you to receive immediate access to a counsellor on the phone or via a secure online video link – advise our receptionist if you require a 24 hour appointment. Our service is FREE if accessed through your organisation’s EAP program.  In most cases, services are available to immediate family members as well.

For more information please feel free to contact us.