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ACON LGBTQ+ Sexual Violence Consult Service

ACON offers free consultation, training and guidance to services that provide support to LGBTQ+ people who have experienced sexual violence with the goal of strengthening service provision. LGBTQ+ people can face unique stigmas, discrimination and barriers to disclosing sexual violence. We can guide you in how to best respond and support. Fill out the Expression of Interest form on the website.

ACON Pride Training

ACON LGBTQ Inclusion Training provides learning and development programs to assist health and community organisations in increasing their knowledge of people with diverse genders and sexualities, their communities and health priorities.

ACON Pride Training — LGBTQ suicide prevention eLearning for GPs

ACON, with the support of NSW Ministry of Health, is offering a free and essential online module designed to increase General Practitioner's understanding of suicide risk factors for LGBTQ people and boost baseline skills and knowledge around assessing suicide risk, responding to distress and suicidality.

ACON SDFV Support Service

ACON’s SDFV Support Service provides free and confidential counselling and care coordination for LGBTQ+ people experiencing sexual, domestic, and family violence.

ACON Support services

ACON offers a range of free and affordable counselling services for LGBTQ+ adults in NSW. Services include suicide aftercare and crisis counselling and peer support, Pride Counselling, care coordination, HIV and LGBTQ+ counselling, substance support and home-based care.

ACON’s Pride in Health + Wellbeing

Pride in Health + Wellbeing is a national membership program that provides year-round personalised support to organisations within the Health, Wellbeing and Humans services sector to improve their LGBTQ inclusive care, remove systematic barriers to accessing care and thereby reduce health disparities faced by LGBTQ communities.

ACON’s Pride in Diversity

Pride in Diversity is the national not-for-profit employer support program for LGBTQ workplace inclusion specialising in HR, organisational change and workplace diversity.


Charlee is a digital suicide prevention hub created by the LGBTQ+ community. It takes a no wrong door approach and seeks to create a safer space designed by LGBTIQA+ peers, to connect other peers and supporters to resources that better reflect and address the experiences often faced by our communities.

Forcibly Displaced People Network

Forcibly Displaced People Network (FDPN) is the first registered LGBTIQ+ refugee-led organisation in Australia. FDPN works to support LGBTIQ+ people seeking asylum, refugees and migrants from non-Western countries to be safe in Australia.

LGBTIQA+ suicide bereavement groups — Charlee

Free, 8 session, small bereavement groups open to people in NSW and VIC bereaved by suicide in the last 3 to 24 months. Groups are free to attend. Participants do not need to have a Medicare card or mental health care plan.


QLife is a non-crisis national LGBTQ+ peer run service offering support and referral for people wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

QLife phone and chat can have a wait time of 30 minutes.  

Phone calls are limited to 25 minutes and web chat is limited to 35 minutes.  

You will speak to a LGBTQ+ peer who can offer you support and referral.  

You can remain anonymous.  

Click here for some ideas on how to care for yourself as you wait. 


Rainbow Families

Rainbow Families works to reduce discrimination and disadvantage faced by children of LGBTQ+ parents and is a support network for parents and carers, as well as future parents and carers.

Safe Relationships Project

The Safe Relationships Project can assist clients in accessing legal representation and to apply for Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVO) or Apprehended Personal Violence Orders (APVO) to help put an end to the violence they are experiencing.

SASH – Support After Suicide Hub

Support After Suicide Hub (SASH) is the place to find support and connection for LGBTQIA+ people who have lost someone to suicide. SASH has information, resources, and an online community forum for LGBTQIA+ people bereaved by suicide aged 18+ to connect with each other.

Suicide prevention training — Switchboard

Switchboard delivers suicide awareness and suicide intervention skills trainings for people working with LGBTIQA+ communities.

Suicide prevention training — Twenty10 Community Connector

Twenty10’s Community Connector Suicide Prevention program provides training and support for organisations and community groups to identify, intervene and connect to support someone who is thinking about suicide, and help build suicide-safer communities.

VincentCare — LGBTIQ+ Support

VincentCare is a specialist accommodation and homelessness support service for people who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.

Western Sydney Inclusive Community Networks

Helping LGBTQ people and people with HIV in Western Sydney take control of their health by providing a range of local services and supporting a variety of local community groups.

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