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About Anglicare Central Queensland

Anglicare Central Queensland exists to assist individuals, families and communities to live to their fullest potential. We work with people of all ages and from all backgrounds, to provide services from crisis intervention to long-term support. Our primary role is to respond to the needs of the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities. Our efforts concentrate on foster care and child safety, working with youth, helping people access housing, supporting families, and providing services relating to mental health and disability. Anglicare Central Queensland offers services tailored to meet local needs in communities from the Capricorn Coast inland to Winton.  You can help our services reach those in need by making a donation today.  All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

News

26th November, 2014

Sharing and learning at AnglicareCQ’s 2014 conference

AnglicareCQ’s annual conference is an opportunity for our staff from nine cities and towns across Central Queensland to come together for professional development, sharing skills and knowledge, networking and celebrating each others’ successes. Our conferences rotate between the major centres in our Find out more

24th November, 2014

It’s A Time To Give in the Central Highlands

This Christmas is one of the hardest Anglicare Central Queensland’s local staff have seen. Across the Central Highlands there are families facing enormous financial pressure, as well as the relationships strained to breaking point that can come with that stress. Find out more

20th November, 2014

What happens when you contact our domestic violence service?

Our Family Adolescent Community Intervention Team, based in the AnglicareCQ Wellbeing Centre in Rockhampton, provides domestic and family violence services.  If you’re wondering whether the service can help you, or what will happen when you come to see us, this Find out more

18th November, 2014

Christmas appeals bringing hope to Central Queensland

For some local families, this Christmas will be a time of stress and worry rather than peace and joy.  There are families suffering financial hardship, people living with disability, mental illness, poverty and homelessness, and isolated people for whom Christmas is Find out more


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