Meet Our Community Partners
QPP collaborates with numerous national, state, and local organisations, peak bodies, and community groups to support people living with HIV in Queensland. Meet a selection of our trusted partners below.
Australia’s peak non-government organisation representing community-based groups of people living with HIV. Their diverse membership confidently represents the positive voice in Australia.
The national federation for the HIV community response. They provide leadership, coordination and support to Australia’s policy and advocacy response to HIV.
HALC is a not-for-profit, specialist community legal centre, and the only one of its kind in Australia.
QC promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, Sistergirl and Brotherboy Queenslanders.
Working directly with Queensland’s many communities since 1976. ECCQ’s focus is supporting and advocating for the needs, interests and contributions of culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Queensland.
Working to support and promote the well being of those currently using illicit drugs, or who have used illicit drugs in the past. QuIHN also supports families, friends, professionals and the wider community when they are affected by the illicit drug use of others.
True provides sexual and reproductive health services to the wider population of Queensland. They offer clinical, education and training services from metropolitan and regional locations throughout the state.
Aiming to improve the sexual health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gay men and sistergirls, 2 Spirits utilises a ‘Whole of Community Approach’ to education, prevention, health promotion and community development activities.
Projects from the School of Public Health specialise in the provision of evidence-based public health education for Queensland health care professionals, specialising in the domains of HIV, sexual health, and viral hepatitis.
Represents the Community Controlled Health Sector, QAIHC is the peak body in Queensland at both a state and national level.
A community based, consumer focused organisation which recognises the diversity of, and represents, the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.
Providing support to young people with diverse genders, bodies and sexualities. They support young people who identify as LGBTIQAP+ Sistergirl & Brotherboy aged 12-24 across South East Queensland.
Help, advise and assist the transgender community in Queensland. It is a peer-led organisation providing emotional/moral support for people with Gender Dysphoria and their families and friends.
A non-profit community based association of past and present sex workers focused on the rights and wellbeing of sex workers in Queensland.
Assist young people to find and maintain appropriate housing, address physical & mental health issues, establish successful relationships & support networks and provide them with pathways to education & long term employment.
Funded by the Australian and State Governments healthdirect provides free, trusted health information and advice, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Based in the UK, they believe independent, clear and accurate information is vital in the fight against HIV & AIDS.
US based publisher of vital HIV-related information, news, support, and personal perspectives.
Helps under 25s with everyday questions to get through tough times.
This website designed to provide accessible, clear information to assist PLHIV to make informed decisions on how you can lead healthier lives.
An excellent Australia specific website containing support information about the key issues for women living with HIV.
National Health Research, Clinical Societies, and Regulatory Bodies
The peak organisation of health professionals in Australia and New Zealand who work in HIV, viral hepatitis, other BBVs and sexually transmissible infections.
Working to eliminate infectious diseases, globally. They specialise in developing health solutions for the most at-risk communities.
Conducts world-class research and education on the social dimensions of sexuality, gender, health and human relationships.
Responsible for regulating therapeutic goods including prescription medicines, vaccines, sunscreens, vitamins and minerals, medical devices, blood and blood products.
Achieving better health for vulnerable communities in Australia and internationally by accelerating the translation of research, discovery and evidence into sustainable health solutions.