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Welcome to Communify Qld

We are a community organisation with several locations across the inner-northern suburbs of Brisbane. We have been working in this community for over 34 years. Our aim is to develop and deliver local services and activities in response to the issues and opportunities that life can present.

Communify is an independent, profit-for-good organisation. Locally based, we provide opportunities for people, whatever their stage of life, to join activities that are interesting, stimulating and that support an active, healthy and socially connected life.

We are committed to finding innovative ways to deliver services that respond to people’s changing needs and to provide community members with affordable, flexible and genuine solutions to the challenges that life can present.

Our team shares a belief that every community member should feel valued, respected, connected and supported in a way they choose in order to live their very best life. Together we work to assist people to live independently and to continue to contribute to family, community and society.

If we can help you or someone you know, please get in touch. Our door is always open.
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I am looking for some support

Please use this form to enquire about Communify services for yourself.

We will get back to you via phone or e mail as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you can ask about our services by calling us on 07 3510 2700.

Your Details

I would prefer to be contacted by
 phone email
The Services I would like to enquire about are:
In home support services (Under 65)
 Domestic assistance Home assist secure Meals on Wheels
In home support services (Over 65)
 Domestic Assistance Home assist secure Allied health Personal care In-home nursing Meals on Wheels
Aged services (Over 65)
 Day respite Social supports Community transport
Mental health & disability services
 Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) Mental Health and Disability Support (under 65) Partners in Recovery (PIR) Community transport
Family and individual support services
 Emergency Assistance (The Pantry) No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS)

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I would like to refer someone else for support

Please use this form to enquire about Communify services for someone you know.

We will get back to you via phone or e mail as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you can ask about our services by calling us on 07 3510 2700.

Referrer Details (not client details)

I would prefer to be contacted by
 phone email
The Services I would like to refer someone to are:
In home support services (Under 65)
 Domestic assistance Home assist secure Meals on Wheels
In home support services (Over 65)
 Domestic Assistance Home assist secure Allied health Personal care In-home nursing Meals on Wheels
Aged services (Over 65)
 Day respite Social supports Community transport
Mental health & disability services
 Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) Mental Health and Disability Support (under 65) Partners in Recovery (PIR) Community transport
Family and individual support services
 Emergency Assistance (The Pantry) No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS)

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I am looking for an activity to join

MahJongOur Programs, Activities, Groups and Classes

We have a huge range of programs and activities to give you all the support you need as well as opportunities to connect, learn and participate in a socially-just and inclusive community.
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Join an activity here – we have such a broad range on offer!

Remember, new groups, classes and information sessions come up regularly. Discover what’s happening sooner by subscribing to our e-news and following our Facebook page to stay in touch.

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What's been happening..
Wrap up for Winter

Wrap up for Winter

May 27, 2016

Enjoy a warming winter soup and freshen up your wardrobe at Communify’s free winter clothes event. We are seeking donations of unwanted clean clothes, shoes and accessories so if you’ve been meaning to de-clutter your wardrobe now’s your chance. Donations can be dropped off at Jubilee Hall during business hours. Wrap up for Winter is a free event and everyone is welcome. Limited transport is available. Wednesday 1 June 1-3pm...

Not Now Not Ever

Not Now Not Ever

May 9, 2016

Take up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence in our community. The Domestic and Family Violence Community Awareness Expo will feature guest speakers and activities and will profile new app technology, information and resources. There’ll also be a sausage sizzle and afternoon tea. All are welcome to this free event...

Mums & Bubs Tennis

Mums & Bubs Tennis

May 3, 2016

This May, Communify and the Brisbane City Council is offering a series of free tennis coaching sessions for mums of all experience levels, from new players to those wanting to get back in the game. Sessions will be led by a professional coach with a focus on fun and fitness. Bring the kids or come on your own!..

For all workers new to Australia

For all workers new to Australia

Apr 22, 2016

The Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS) in conjunction with Communify is offering an important workshop for employees new to Australia who may be unclear about their rights and responsibilities in the workplace. The workshop will cover issues around fair pay, safety, working hours and breaks, unfair dismissal, unionism, discrimination and bullying. This is an essential workshop for anyone new to the Australian workforce, especially those from overseas...

Make yours an informed vote

Make yours an informed vote

Apr 18, 2016

There will be no surprises for Australia when a federal election is called later this week.

Amongst the 150 lower house seats on offer, the Division of Brisbane stands out as significant. Some commentators claim that the seat makes “Australian political history” with both of the major parties being represented by openly gay candidates...

Hearts on the Line

Hearts on the Line

Apr 15, 2016

Are you someone who has survived and thrived beyond an abusive relationship? Are you interested in getting arty and contributing to a series of postcard resources to assist others in dealing with family and domestic violence? If this sounds like you then come along to Hearts on the Line, a free creative arts workshop for LGBTIQ+ people who have survived beyond domestic and family violence. The workshop will also have a session teaching some assertive and healthy communication techniques and afternoon tea will be provided...

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