For more than 30 years Anglicare Central Queensland has been working with people to make the best of their lives right across the region, from the Capricorn Coast to the Northern Territory border.
We aim to empower and support participants, uphold human rights, and advocate for the removal of unjust structures, underpinned by collaborative research.
We work with people of all backgrounds, beliefs and walks of life. We work to ensure everyone, particularly children and young people, have healthy and positive connections to family, culture, community, spirituality and social networks.
We are the Central Queensland region’s leading community housing provider, offering access to short, medium and longer term housing including affordable housing options on the pathway to the private market.
Our child protection services support foster and kinship carers, and young people in residential care and intensive foster care.
The community services team offer a planned support approach across a diverse range of
services including counselling and family support, emergency relief and support for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, support for youth at risk and people with disability, and mental health services.
We have more than 150 staff and volunteers servicing an area that stretches from the Capricorn Coast inland to Winton. Across this vast area we offer a range of services and programs tailored to meet local needs.
We’re part of the Anglicare Australia network; 45 independent agencies working across the country to build safety, security, hope and healing.