Youth support

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Community Support

ACCESS Community Services

ACCESS Community Services works with diverse communities, migrants and refugees to help people take part in the social and economic life of their community.

ACCESS can help you with settlement services, employment, training, housing and youth support.

MultiLink Community Services

MultiLink focusses on people from different cultural and language backgrounds. They offer services for young people who have recently arrived in Australia. Their services include housing, employment, education, health and more.

Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma (QPASTT)

QPASTT offers support and information for people who have experienced torture and trauma, including:

  • counselling
  • children and youth programs
  • school holidays programs and more.

Disability support

For information about disability support, please see our People living with disability page or the Logan Community Directory.

Drug and alcohol support

Street University

Street University offers community based services and interactive spaces for people aged 12 to 25. Street University offers drug and alcohol counselling.

Lives Lived Well

Lives Lived Well offers programs and support for people who are experiencing problems with drug or alcohol use or problems with mental health.

For more information about support services, please visit the Logan Community Directory.

Homelessness or at risk of homelessness

The Logan Street Services Guide can provide you with information and services if you have nowhere to live or are about to lose your home.

For more information download the Logan Street Service Guide (PDF 807 KB).   

For more support services, please visit the Logan Community Directory.

LGBTIQ support

True Colours

True Colours supports young people who identify as LGBTIQPA+. The program is operated by the PCYC.

For more information please email or the True Colours Coordinator at

Diverse Voices

Diverse Voices is a peer-to-peer telephone and internet counselling service. It operates from 3:00pm to midnight, seven days a week.

You can call Diverse Voices on 1800 184 527 or visit the Diverse Voices website.


QLife is a counselling and referral service for people of all ages who identify as LGBTI.

You can call QLife on 1800 184 527 or visit the QLife website.

National LGBTI Health Alliance

The National LGBTI Health Alliance offers health programs, services and research for the LGBTI community and for other sexuality, gender, and bodily diverse people and communities.


Wingmen supports gay men to feel confident about helping each other in tough times. The Wingmen online toolkit contains expert advice, resources and an online network of support for gay men who are worried that someone they care about may have anxiety, depression or be suicidal.

For more support services, please visit the Logan Community Directory.

Mental health support

headspace Meadowbrook

headspace Meadowbrook helps young people with mental health and wellbeing, drug, alcohol, education and employment issues. headspace understands that getting help early is important in resolving problems effectively, and they’re ready to help.

For more information, please visit headspace Meadowbrook or call 07 3804 4200.

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides a special service to support young people with:

  • stress
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • bullying
  • suicide prevention
  • early parenthood and much more.

For 24 hour telephone support, please call 1300 22 4636.

For more information, please visit Youth Beyond Blue.

Arafmi Mental Health Carers

Arafmi Support Groups help people who care for, or care about, someone who is experiencing a mental health issue. The Arafmi Logan Support Group meets on the second Wednesday of each month at Logan Central Library.

Arafmi offers a 24-hour telephone support service on 1800 351 881.

For more information about Arafmi Support Groups, please phone Arafmi on 1800 351 881.

Child and Youth Mental Health Services (Metro South)

Metro South Children and Youth Mental Health Services is a specialised service for complex and severe mental health problems or disorders in infants, children and young people.

For more information, please visit Metro South Child and Youth Mental Health or call 1300 64 22 55.

Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline is a telephone and online counselling service that offers information and support on things that matter to you. You can reach out and talk with them for free about good things, tough stuff, exciting times or something that’s bringing you down.

For more information, please call Kids Helpline on 1800 301 615 or visit Kids Helpline.

Mentoring services


M-Yes provides one-on-one mentoring for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people aged between 14 and 24. M-Yes is designed to motivate, empower and support young people to make positive life choices.

For more information, please visit M-Yes.

MANA Mentoring

MANA Mentoring supports Pasifika people and runs programs to engage young people and their families in fun activities. MANA Mentoring organises things like sport, education, culture and creative arts.

For more information, please visit MANA Mentoring.

Young parents’ support

Bump program

The Raise Foundations Bump program is for young pregnant and parenting girls aged under 23 years.

Bump is a fun way to meet other young mums and get support from a mentor who is an experienced mum. Weekly workshops include mentoring, cooking classes and pamper sessions. Bump also offer information on things like budgeting, education and employment.

For more information, please visit Bump.

Mabel Early Learning

Mabel Early Learning is an ADJUNCT care service for young parents at Mabel Park State High School.

It provides child minding for parenting students to help them finish their education.

For more information, please visit Mabel Early Learning.

Wesley Mission

Wesley Mission offers services for young parents, including playgroups, child care and parenting support programs.

For more information, please visit Wesley Mission.


Our immunisation program provides vaccinations listed under the National Immunisation Program Schedule.

We hold immunisation clinics every week, in a variety of locations. You do not need to make an appointment.

Maternity and child health hubs

Midwives from Logan Hospital work at three maternity hubs to provide antenatal care for women.

For more information and hub locations, please visit Logan maternity and child health hubs.

Other Youth Services


The YFS YouthLink program supports young people aged 12 to 18 who are finding life a bit out of control. YouthLink provides personalised help suited to each young person's needs. For more information, please visit YFS YouthLink.

Lutheran Services

The Lutheran Services team understands that life is never black and white, and that everyone’s situation is different. While things can seem complicated, there is always a way forward.

Lutheran Services offers support for people who are:

  • homeless or at risk of homelessness
  • in an unstable family situation
  • living with mental illness or a disability and more.

For more information, please visit Lutheran Services.

Wesley Mission

Wesley Mission supports young people looking for:

  • housing
  • parenting support
  • mental health services
  • after school and holiday activities.

For more information, please visit Wesley Mission.


Yourtown offers services and support to young people looking for counselling on:

  • crisis care
  • education and training
  • employment
  • parenting help and more.

For more information, please visit Yourtown.


1800 RESPECT is the national sexual assault and domestic violence counselling service. The service offers online support, 24-hour online chat, and a 24-hour phone counselling service.

For more information, please visit 1800 RESPECT.

Logan Community Directory

To find other youth services and programs, visit the Logan Community Directory.

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