Get in Touch
Resources and Links
Mercy Community Services Romero Centre Supports people seeking asylum especially those with no financial and Medicare support.
The Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma (QPASTT) provides flexible and culturally sensitive services to promote the health and well being of people who have been tortured or who have suffered refugee related trauma prior to migrating to Australia.
With over 60 million people displaced worldwide and nearly 20 million refugees, we invite you to join the national Refugees Welcome campaign that seeks to provide hope in the midst of the largest refugee crisis the world has faced since WWII.
World Wellness Group
A social business where the community’s health profits. WWG promotes health, wellness, equity, cultural diversity and traditional approaches to health and wellbeing. We believe that everyone has a right to accessible and appropriate health care regardless of who they are.
LS Consulting / Shorebirds
An independent advisory organisation providing probono project resources and partnership, as well as funding expertise to Asylum Circle.
- Australian Red Cross: Emergency Relief Resource
A referral guide for practitioners supporting people seeking asylum, in particular those subject to return.
- The Refugee Council of Australia
A small, not-for-profit organisation and relies on public financial support
to continue its vital work in research, education and advocacy.
- SHEV and TPV Protection Visas – a Factsheet
Factsheet from Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS).
Arabic, Tamil, Farsi and Dari translations available on RAILS website.
- Brisbane Refugee and Asylum Seeker Support Network (BRASS)
- Multicultural Queensland – MDA
- RAILS: Refugee and Immigration Legal Service
A community legal service that provides advice and assistance to disadvantaged people. Services are free of charge. In order for RAILS to continue their work, any donations are very welcome.
- Salvos Legal Humanitarian
for legal assistance