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Micah Projects Inc

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Micah projects is a community based not for profit organization in Brisbane.

They provide a range of support and advocacy services to individuals and families who need assistance in the areas of: Domestic Violence; Homelessness; Supported housing; Mental health; Families and children; Adults who suffered sexual abuse as children, people placed in out-of-home care as children.

Melanoma Patients Australia (MPA)

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MPA is a support, information and advocacy organisation for anyone impacted by melanoma across Australia including those with melanoma, their family, friends and carers.

Support options include professional telephone counselling, peer linkages and face to face, closed Facebook and telephone support groups. All MPA support services are provided free of charge.

Footprints

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An organization that provides support for people with disabilities, older people, their carers and families, people with mental health issues, and people who are experiencing social and financial disadvantage and those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Centre based programs are available for people residing throughout North Brisbane as well as home-based services for older persons within inner Northern and Southern Brisbane.

Cittamani Hospice Service

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The staff and volunteers of Cittamani support people at the end of life.
The care offered is tailored to each client’s needs and is provided free of charge:
Specialist palliative care nursing with 24hour contact
Loan of equipment
In-home respite
Counselling
Bereavement support
Spiritual support
The perimeter of the area covered by the Cittamani Team is:
South: Caloundra to Landsborough
West: Blackall Range from Montville to Flaxton

Palliative Care Australia

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Palliative Care Australia (PCA) is the national peak body for palliative care. Working with consumers, member organisations and the palliative care and broader health workforce, PCA aims to improve the quality of life and death for people with life limiting illnesses, their families and carers.

The online program, Dying To Talk, can help guide you through a discussion with your loved ones about how you would like to be cared for as you approach the end of your life. Palliative Care Australia also produce a number of written information resources.

Access the National Palliative Care Service Directory on the website. Phones are attended Monday -Friday 9.00am -2.00pm AEST.

Ozcare

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Ozcare is a statewide service that can work with your GP or Specialist Palliative Care Service to provide palliative care for Queenslanders over the age of 18 .

Services include palliative nursing at home or at an aged care facility. Can also provide respite care at home, in a day respite centre or in an aged care facility. Other home services include personal care, domestic assistance and specialist dementia services.

Call for both urgent and non-urgent access. See the website for details about services available in your area.

National Carer Counselling Program

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The National Carer Counselling Program is funded by the Australian Government and provides short term counselling services specifically for carers.

Counselling can assist carers with coping and adjustment skills, grief and loss issues, practical problem-solving techniques, emotional support as well as health and wellbeing skills.

Counselling is delivered Australia wide by qualified counsellors. To make an appointment call during business hours.

Hilda’s House

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Located beside Ipswich Hospice, Hilda’s House provides practical, emotional and spiritual support to people who are facing the end of their life, their loved ones and for people who are bereaved.

Karuna

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Karuna offers a unique in-home and community based palliative care service to people of all ages from little children to our most senior citizens. Karuna’s Home & Community Palliative Care is a no-fee service accessible throughout Brisbane’s Northern suburbs, Caboolture and Redcliffe.

Hummingbird House

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Hummingbird House is an organisation dedicated to provide world-class respite and end of life care for life-limited children and their families, and to help them discover moments and create memories to last a lifetime.

Suicide Call Back Service

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The Suicide Call Back Service is a 24-hour 7-day-a-week, nationwide service that provides telephone and online counselling to people 15 years and over who are suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide and health professionals supporting people affected by suicide.

On the Line

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On the Line provides remote support services ranging from telephone helplines to call back services, video counselling, moderated forums and real-time online counselling. These remote modalities are proven to increase uptake and engagement, offering anonymity, immediacy and 24-hour availability.

Lifeline

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Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour a day, 7 days a week phone crisis support and suicide prevention services.

CQ Community and In-home Care

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CQ Community and In-home Care offers In-Home palliative care through early identification and ongoing assessment and liaison with all members of the health care team. Family is involved in end of life care as an integral part of the dying process and after death.

St Vincents Private Hospital

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St Vincents Private Hospital have been caring for people living with an advanced progressive illness since 1957. They are all about optimising quality-of-life and at their very core concentrate on relieving symptoms, pain (both physical and spiritual) and distress with an emphasis on compassion, integrity and dignity.

They have a 30-bed inpatient unit, onsite outpatient and day assessment service, community specialist palliative care service, adolescent palliative care service, telehealth service supporting regional patients, patient and family support service, bereavement support service and an established research program.

Ipswich Hospice

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Ipswich Hospice is a seven-bed facility, providing end of life palliative care to terminally ill people, and support for their families in a caring home-like environment.

Ipswich Hospice Care is a registered charitable organisation and proudly community owned and managed. Services are provided within the Ipswich and West Moreton region in South East Queensland.

Toowoomba Hospice

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Toowoomba Hospice Association is a community based private healthcare facility which provides free palliative care to the terminally ill.
The Toowoomba Hospice facility has been designed to provide patients with a family friendly "home like" environment during the final phase of their life.

The Toowoomba Hospice nursing staff are dedicated to providing professional palliative care, in a loving, caring and supportive environment, to clients and their families.
​Hospice care is provided to anyone with a life-limiting health condition, who their doctor believes to be in the end-stage of their illness, needing a level of care that cannot be safely provided at home, or if the client does not wish to die at home.

​​Clients may be referred to the Hospice by themselves, their families and friends, their GP, Community Service Providers and other hospitals. For more information about referring a client please contact our Director of Nursing.

Hopewell Hospice Services

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Hopewell Hospice offers "Residential and Respite hospitality in a peaceful home-style environment for those who need compassionate palliative care and holistic symptom management."

Hopewell Hospice is a charitable, non-denominational, dedicated palliative care facility servicing the Gold Coast and surrounding regions

Hopewell Hospice is for people with life-limiting illnesses who require permanent accommodation at the end stage of life or shorter-term respite care.

The hospice may be able to support you and your family members by visiting you in your home. Through our outreach service we can arrange for a nurse to visit you if you think that this might suit your needs better.

Referrals can be made directly to the Hospice - by you, your carer or family, your doctor, specialist or other health professionals.