Logan community networks

There are many networks that meet across Logan that you are more than welcome to attend.

These networks provide an opportunity for information sharing, collaboration and networking between service providers in Logan.

If you are aware of other networks that meet in the Logan that are not listed below, please email us at council@logan.qld.gov.au.

General Interagency Networks

Name Location and frequency Purpose and membership Contact
Emergency Relief Network

When: Quarterly

Time: Varies

Where: Various venues

The purpose of the Emergency Relief network is to provide a regular connection point for Logan's emergency relief and street services to share information about services, trends, challenges, opportunities and good news stories.

The group also progresses shared solutions through self-nominated action subgroups.

Melanie Evans, YFS

Phone: 07 3826 1500

Email: melaniee@yfs.org.au


Logan Financial Literacy Action Group (FLAG)

When: Every 6 weeks

Closed group with an action focus (not an information sharing)

Exploring strategic responses to address the financial literacy issues affecting the City of Logan.

Working collaboratively to improve our community’s financial capabilities and knowledge.

Email: flaglogan@outlook.com

Facebook: Flag Logan

Logan Interagency Network (LIN)

When: Bi-monthly on the first Monday

Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

Where: Various venues

The purpose of LIN is to provide a forum for all service providers to share information and resources to enable and nurture partnerships, collaboration and innovation; and to advocate, influence and lobby on behalf of the Logan Community to meet needs and service gaps.

Logan East Community

Neighbourhood Association

Phone: 3808 4529

Email:  lecna@lecna.org.au

Independent Social Enterprise Network - Logan


When: throughout the year, dates to be confirmed

Where: Griffith University

The Independent Social Enterprise Network – Logan provides support, advocacy and knowledge sharing for Logan based social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations.

Tony Sharp

Phone: 3826 1533

Email: tonys@yfs.org.au

Diverse communities


Location and frequency

Purpose and membership


Logan Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Network (LATSICNM)

When: Bi-Monthly

Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm

Where: Headspace, 260 Loganlea Road,  Meadowbrook

This network is tailored for organisations working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to share information about programs, issues and identify fundraising opportunities in the community.

Kerryn Brown

Phone: 0455 663 334



Logan's First Nations Suicide Prevention Network

When: Monthly

Time: 10:00am to 11:30am

Where: Murrigunyah Family and Cultural Healing Centre, 2 Burrigan Street, Woodridge

This is a newly established network aimed at supporting community and local services to respond to mental health and suicide in our First Nations community

Wesley LifeForce

Terri Ridgeway

Ph: 0438 636 803

Email: terri.ridgeway@wesleymission.org.au

Logan Multicultural Services Network

When: Quarterly

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Where: Department of Human Services, Woodridge


To provide an avenue for communication and information sharing amongst and between agencies and organisations working with, for and in the multicultural sector in Logan.

Sectoral or issues-based focus for discussions.

Services Australia May Thao

Phone: 3884 9004

Mobile:  0409 483 550



Logan Multicultural Collaborative (LMC)

When: Monthly

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Where: Rotating

The LMC aims to work collaboratively to deliver events, network with services and other groups and deliver short term projects to support the CALD community.

Edwin Lubari

Email: Edwin.Lubari@health.qld.gov.au

Multicultural Mental Health Network Group


When: Every eight weeks

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Where: Brisbane Multicultural Centre, 28 Dibley Street, Woolloongabba

State-wide working group the aims to support diverse communities with mental health issues, challenges and needs.

Ignacio Correa- Velez



Community Leaders Connect Forum

When: Quarterly

Time: 5:30pm to 7:00pm

Where: Currently online meetings, or Gould Adams Park Community Centre, 558 Kingston Road, Kingston

To build stronger community relations and to identify and address issues by sharing knowledge, skills and resources. This network is for community leaders who represent their communities.

Access Community Services

Lawm Cangmah

Phone: 3412 8222

Email: lcangmah@ssi.org.au

Queensland Pacific Island Workers Network (QPIWN)

When: Quarterly

Enquire to receive meeting updates.

Time: 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Where: rotating venue

This is a network of Pacific Island (PI) workers and those supporting the PI individuals and community groups to increase their ability to participate positively in their community and to increase public awareness of the needs and issues experienced by vulnerable Pacific Islanders.

Mary Harm


Phone: 3412 7147  

Email:  mary@multilink.org.au

Police Ethnic Advisory Group (PEAG)

When: Bi-monthly

Where: Rotating venue

We work closely with the diverse communities of QueenslandWe establish and maintain contact with communities and develop strategic partnerships providing an effective policing service.

Cross Cultural Liaison Unit - QPS

Serena Daniels

Phone: 3826 1822

Email: serena@police.qld.gov.au

Logan Refugee Primary Care Group

When: Quarterly

Where: Rotating venue

The group provides an opportunity for key stakeholders to share information and to work collaboratively to develop a co-ordinated and sustainable strategic response to improve access to and the delivery of refugee primary health care within Logan.

Rotating chair and secretariat

Andrea Vancia

Email: avancia@bsphn.org.au

Asylum Response Group

(Brisbane – Dutton Park)

When: Monthly

Where: Romero Centre – Dutton Park

The group provides an opportunity for key stakeholders to share information and to work collaboratively to support asylum seekers.

Beata Ostapiej-Piatkowski

Mercy Community



Young people


Location and frequency

Purpose and membership


Logan Youth Network (LYN)

When: Bi-Monthly on a Thursday afternoon

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Where: Venues rotate around Logan

This is a network of organisations, agencies, groups and individuals who work within and/or support the youth sector in Logan with a focus on information sharing, networking and building stronger connections and relationships.

Ranandy Stanley

Community Development Officer

Logan City Council

Email: ranandystanley@logan.qld.gov.au

Logan Youth Action Group (LYAG)

When: Quarterly meetings

Time: Varies

Where: Venues rotate

The Logan Youth Action Group (LYAG) is made up of young people aged 14 to 24 years old who live, work or study in the City of Logan and are passionate about making a positive difference in the local community.

The LYAG is a space where young people are heard and take action about the things that are important to them, with the support of Logan City Council. 

Ranandy Stanley

Community Development Officer

Logan City Council

Email: ranandystanley@logan.qld.gov.au

Headspace Youth Reference Group

When: Monthly

Where: Headspace Meadowbrook, 260 Loganlea Road, Meadowbrook

Youth Reference Group is made up of diverse group of young people of various cultures and backgrounds from the age of 16 and over, that are passionate about advocating for youth mental health services within the community. The youth reference group provide a youth voice and perspective in the centre, assist with events and activities as well as lead special projects and receive a wide range of training.

Genevieve Shaw

Please contact headspace Meadowbrook if you would like to be involved.

Phone: 3804 4200

Email: Genevieve.Shaw@stride.com.au

R4Respect Youth Advisory Group

When: Monthly

#R4Respect is an education and prevention strategy led by young people to support young people in Logan and beyond to develop the values, knowledge and skills they need for respectful relationships.

Please contact the R4Respect if you would like to become involved.

Phone: 3826 1500

Email: r4respect@yfs.org.au

Website: r4respect


Multicultural Youth Queensland (MyQ) Youth Council

When: Quarterly

Multicultural Youth Queensland (MyQ) is a youth-led initiative of Access Community Services Ltd. As the Queensland service delivery and peak body representing multicultural youth issues, MyQ works in partnership with young people, non-government and government organisations to create a consistent approach to addressing the unique needs of multicultural young people.

Please contact the MyQ if you would like to become involved

Kenny Duke

Access Community Services

Phone: 3412 8255

Email: Kduke@ssi.org.au

PCYC Youth Management Teams (YMT)

Where: Logan City PCYC, Beenleigh PCYC, Crestmead PCYC

A social leadership group who discuss local issues and then implement ways to support these issues. The program aims to group the participants leadership skills through volunteering, resume/job help, attending state programs, Duke of Ed, etc.

Each YMT's purpose varies slightly with aims and objectives. Participation is the YMT's are by invitation only, however referrals and suggestions can be made.

Please contact the relevant PCYC if you would like to become involved.


Beenleigh PCYC
Tess Kearnan

Phone: 3380 1777

Email: tess.kearnan@pcyc.org.au


Crestmead PCYC

Russell Ivermee

Mobile: 0409 428 750

Phone: 3805 4100


Logan PCYC

David Lo-Bianco

Phone: 3909 9555

Email: David.Lo-Bianco@pcyc.org.au

Street Union

Street University

Where: Street Unit, 21 Station Road, Logan Central

The Street Union is made up of existing Street University participants generally between the ages of 14 to18 year olds. These young people take ownership over setting the culture at Street University as well as taking part in the general operations of the site (i.e. hiring workshop facilitators; running workshops; running events; engaging new visitors etc.)

For more information or to become involved, please contact the Street University

Phone: 1800 753 300 

Email: qldreferrals@noffs.org.au  

Junior Quota

Please contact Heather Christensen for more information or to join the meetings.

Do you want to make an impact through active involvement in your local community?

Junior Quota (JQ) is for high school aged students who want to volunteer their time to make a difference in the local community.

The aims of JQ are to develop valuable life skills, give independence over JQ, its goals and outcomes and provide an avenue for youth helping youth.

For more information on how to become involved in Junior Quota, please:

Visit the Quota website, or 

Email: info@quotabeenleigh.org.au Phone: Heather Christensen on 0415 045 451

Children and families


Location and frequency Purpose and membership Contact

Logan Together Action Group

(Membership group)

When: 3rd Thursday of the month

Where: Logan Together Office, Griffith University, Meadowbrook

Time: 9:00am to 11:30am

The Logan Together Action Group is an operational coordination and collaboration mechanism. It both informs and is informed by the work of the Logan Together Leadership Table. Its members assist with the establishment and oversight of project working groups and commit to cultural and systematic change. The Action Group also links to the Supporting Families, Changing Futures child protection reform agenda and its associated governance structure.

This is not a network but an action group and requires membership. The Secretariat is Ellen Ferris.  If you are interested, please contact her.

Phone: 0414 871 461

Email: ellenferris456@outlook.com

Logan Integrated Service Response (ISR) 

When: Fourth Thursday of each month (January to November)

Where: suitable venue in Logan

Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

The role of Logan ISR Meeting is to provide strategic direction, learnings and information as the multiagency meeting of partnerships in the Integrated Service Response for Domestic and Family Violence in the Logan City community. These meetings set out to provide agency updates, reform information, case reflection and a forum for learning and working through local level systemic/practice issues to ensure we are all working to build community awareness, prevention, early intervention, high risk and long-term post-crisis supports to victims and their children while holding perpetrators to account and in view

The Centre for Women and Co.

Dyana - Service Manager - Logan Central

Phone: 3050 3060 (option 2)



South West Local Level Alliance

When: Monthly - 3rd Tuesday 

Where: Varies

Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm

The South West Local Level Alliance is a multi-agency network of community service providers established as part of the Family and Child Connect (FaCC) Initiative. The SWLA catchment aligns with the Browns Plains Child Safety Centre and includes Browns Plains, Crestmead, Marsden, Logan Village, Chambers Flat and Yarrabilba.  The main purpose of the SWLA is to improve local access to high quality services for families to help them safely care for their children. 

Justin Walters
Local Level Alliance Facilitator
Mercy Community Services
Phone: 0487 700 473
Email: Justinn.walters@mercycs.org.au

Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs)

Please email Cassandra Biddick for details.

Representatives from targeted government and non-government organisations across the Logan area.

Responsible for implementing Child and Family, and Domestic and Family Violence reform activities within the region.

Strategic, cross-sector implementation of Strengthening Families, Changing Futures and Not Now, Not Ever reform work, oversight of Local Level Alliances and strong links with Logan Together collective impact.

Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs

Cassandra Biddick




Name Frequency and location Purpose and membership Contact

Logan Seniors Network

When: Bi-monthly

Where: Varies

Time: Varies

Logan Seniors Network is a group of community services, aged care and retirement facilities, community groups and other individuals who are passionate about supporting seniors. The network provides participants opportunity to foster relationship, share information around services available for seniors, identify emerging gaps/trends in the ageing sector, and collaborate on projects that address the identified gaps.

Chelsea Roberts

Community Development Coordinator

Logan City Council

Email: chelsearoberts@logan.qld.gov.au


Housing and homlessness

Name Frequency and location Purpose and membership Contact
Logan Housing and Homelessness Network 

When: Quarterly meetings with monthly email updates

Where: Various locations

Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

This group meets to share information, improve local networking amongst housing, homelessness and associated services, and government and non-government agencies to develop relationships that improve outcomes for clients in the greater Logan area.

Wesley Mission Queensland

Jasmine Lind

Phone: 3151 3830

Email: lhhnetwork@wmq.org.au

Logan Housing and Homelessness Strategy Group

When: Varies

Where: Various locations

Time: 10:00am to 11:30am
The Logan Housing and Homeless Strategy Group work together towards improved coordination of homelessness responses in the City of Logan.


Cath Bartolo

Phone: 3826 1500


Name Frequency and location Purpose and membership Contact

Logan Mental Health Network

When: Bi-monthly

Where: Logan Community Health Centre Conference Room 1

51 Wembley Rd and Ewing Road, Logan Central QLD 4114

Time: 9:00am to11:00am

Information sharing with those who support consumers with Mental Health in the City of Logan.

MSAMHS Service Integration Coordinator MSAMHS.SIC@health.qld.gov.au

Logan Community Suicide Prevention Network

Where: MultiLink Community Services, 38 Blackwood Road Logan Central (Community Room)

To include community and raise awareness through identifying people at risk of suicide and educating to provide an effective response to suicide prevention. Community Awareness Responsiveness Education

Multilink Community Services Inc.

Dragana Pahulu

Phone: 3808 4463

Email: dragana@MultiLink.org.au

People with disability

Name Location and frequency Purpose and membership Contact

Logan Disability Coalition

When: Third Wednesday of each month

Where: First Services 38/17 Cairns Street, Loganholme.

When: 10:00am to 12:00pm

An ongoing collaboration across local services to network, share information and develop strategies to respond to sector issues and enhance the quality of services provided to people with disability.

Email: bldcoalition@gmail.com

Logan Dementia Alliance

When: Third Tuesday of each month

Where: based at Bethania Community Centre, but please call to confirm.

Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm

To support people living with dementia and their caregivers in Logan, and to create inclusive environments, raise awareness and educational projects.  

Paula Jakavicius

Mobile: 0438 571 985

Email: paula.jakavicius@aveo.com.au

Better Hearing Australia Logan Community Connect Hearing Loss Support Group

When: First Saturday of the month

Where: Please contact Better Hearing Australia Brisbane for meeting locations

Time: 9:30am to 11:30am

Our community based Hearing Loss Support Groups are run by members and volunteers in a friendly environment of peer support and social connection. 

Better Hearing Australia Brisbane

Email: info@bhabrisbane.org.au

Phone 3844 5065

The Amputees & Families Support Group Qld 

Please contact Lynda for workshops and meeting times. 

Where: Ben Mathews Playground
47-55 Ellen Street, Logan Central

We provide peer support pre and post amputation to individuals, their family, friends and carers as well as health and wellbeing workshops throughout the year to empower people to manage their own health, fitness and wellbeing which includes the local community.

Lynda Foulis
State Coordinator

Phone: 3290 4293

Email: lynda@afsg.org.au  

Website: www.afsg.org.au