Resources

Crisis Resources

1800RESPECT
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1800 737 732. Information, referrals and counselling via phone and web chat, 24 hours a day. Support for sexual assault, domestic or family violence. Open 24 Hours.

Domestic Violence Men's Line
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Call 1800 600 636. DVConnect Mensline is a free, confidential telephone counselling, referral, information and support, service for Queenslanders identifying as male, and who may be experiencing or using domestic and family violence. This service is available 9am until midnight, 7 days a week.

Domestic Violence Women’s Line
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Call 1800 811 811 for DVConnect’s Womensline is a 24 hour, 7 days a week crisis response telephone helpline for Queenslanders who want to escape domestic violence. The service is for anyone identifying as a female, regardless of age, accessibility, ethnicity, gender orientation, or ethnicity.

Lifeline
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Counselling services for anyone at any time.

Phone 13 11 14

Child Protection
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Emergency
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In the case of an emergency, you should always dial 000

Legal Resources

Community Legal Centres Queensland
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Learn more about community legal centres or find one near you. Call 07 3392 0092.

Child Protection Information Kit
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Legal Aid Queensland
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Call 1300 65 11 88

Community Resources

National Debt Helpline
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Call 1800 007 007 for free advice on how to manage your debts.

2022 Flood Resources

Community Legal Centres Queensland
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To search for other Community Legal Centres in your area, please visit the Community Legal Centres Queensland website or phone 07 3392 0092

St Vincent De Paul
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If you have been affected by the floods, St Vincent De Paul may be able to assist – call 1800 946 688 (Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm)

Queensland Government
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The Queensland Government has provided some tips and resources for managing stress after a disaster. Click the link to view.

Caxton Legal
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Caxton Legal has produced a factsheet addressing a variety of legal issues you may encounter while affected by the 2022 floods in Queensland. Click the link to access.

Tenants Queensland
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Call 1300 744 263 to access Tenants Queensland telephone advice service. Click the link to access fact sheet for tenants impacted by flooding

Australian Government Disaster Recovery Allowance
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Short term financial support for eligible people who have lost income as a direct result of the South-East Queensland Floods starting in February 2022

Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment
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One-off financial support for eligible people adversely affected by the South-East Queensland Floods starting in February 2022.

Essential Services Safety and Reconnection Grant
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The Essential Services Safety and Reconnection Scheme (ESSRS) grant helps people who are uninsured, or unable to claim insurance, and who meet an income test, by providing a contribution towards inspecting, repairing and reconnecting essential services (i.e. electricity, gas, water or sewerage) that were damaged by a disaster.

Structural Assistance Grant
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The Structural Assistance Grant (SAG) helps people who are uninsured, or unable to claim insurance, and who meet an income test, by providing a contribution towards repairs to their home to make it safe, secure and habitable following damage by a disaster.

National Recovery and Resilience Agency
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The National Recovery and Resilience Agency has a network of Recovery Support Officers to help connect you with the right support for your situation. Use their website to find the contact details for the Recovery Support Officer in your area or email rso@recovery.gov.au

Queensland Government Community Recovery Services
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Call 1800 173 349 for assistance with a range of recovery services and to find a Support Services location