Greater Brisbane
Sub Region
South Brisbane

At Centacare we share a common belief that we are all created equal and deserving of loving care. We also believe that for our people, care is a calling. This demonstrates their shared commitment to doing whatever they can to ensure that everyone in their communities is not just cared for, but cared about, in ways that help them live their fullest lives. Across aged care, community and pastoral care, disability care, Early EdCare and family and relationship care our teams walk alongside people on life’s journey, providing the support they need to achieve what is important to them at that moment and into the future. Often these teams come together to provide the holistic support a person needs to thrive. With our history steeped in the Catholic tradition we believe in offering loving care to all members of our community. For our people this means offering a listening ear, refraining from judgement and treating and caring for others as we would like to be treated and cared for ourselves.

Family and relationship care:
Everyone can benefit from some extra support at different times in their lives. Whether you’re going through a difficult time, facing a big life change, or want to build stronger relationships with those you care about, we can help. Our highly-skilled practitioners offer a safe and welcoming space and will support you to explore your options and find the services you need to move confidently toward your best future.

Keeping Kids in Mind: Separation is a challenging and emotional time for families, especially when children are involved. Our Keeping Kids in Mind program will help you navigate your separation constructively to support your children through this difficult time. The course is run by one of our experienced practitioners over five weeks. You can join a small group either in-person or via video technology or you may prefer to do the course one-on-one with our team. Sessions are run Monday-Friday and some afterhours sessions are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment.

The LOTUS GROUP: The effects of domestic and family violence can be complex and long lasting for women and children. Lotus Group is a four-week program, delivered at our Fortitude Valley location by highly-skilled practitioners. In a safe and supportive space, mothers learn about the impact of family violence on children and strategies to assist children to cope with ongoing challenges.
Caring Dads: This group program gives dads the support and skills you need to cope with frustrating situations in healthy ways and improve your relationship with your children. Throughout the course you'll connect with other men and work with highly skilled practitioners to better understand the impact of violence on children so you can rebuild trust and plan for a future where your children feel safe.

Counselling: Provides counselling, support and referral for a range of personal and family problems.
Counselling may deal with relationships, family conflict, separation, loss & grief and change.

Children's Counselling:
Provides counselling and support for children and young people 6 to 18 years old.

Aboriginal Liaison Officer:
The Aboriginal Liaison Officer works to promote education, awareness and support for Aboriginal communities and mental health service providers in order to maximise service quality and outcomes.

Family Dispute Resolution (FDR):
A cooperative decision-making process in which an impartial mediator provides assistance to resolve differences involving children, separation, parent & adolescent conflict and other issues.
Monday 8:30 AM–5:00 PM, Tuesday 8:30 AM–7:00 PM, Wednesday 8:30 AM–5:00 PM, Thursday 8:30 AM–7:00 PM, Friday 8:30 AM–5:00 PM
07 3251 5000
58 Morgan Street, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006