QLife phone and webchat are open from 3pm – midnight every day.
Demand for QLife services is growing and at certain times of the day you may have difficulty getting through on the phones or webchat. We regret any distress caused by having to wait, or not getting through, and encourage you to continue trying, or contact us again at a different time.
QLife understands our communities may have experienced a range of personal and social trauma. However, QLife Peer Supporters and staff have the right to work in a safe workplace free from homophobia, transphobia and threats of harm. Phone calls or webchats to QLife that contain abusive, aggressive, or threatening language will be terminated.
We are unable to offer support via email, however, we really value your feedback. Please use the below links to reach out to us.
Unfortunately, QLife only has capacity to provide services in Australia. Other services that may be able to help (or point you in the right direction):
For crisis intervention and suicide prevention, you may find the resources or helplines listed within these websites useful:
For help to seek asylum from persecution:
If you are deaf or have difficulty hearing or speaking you can talk to a Qlife Peer Supporter through the National Relay Service (NRS) on the below details:
The NRS is a phone/internet solution for people who are deaf or have difficulty hearing or speaking. For more information, see NRS Information. For a video explaining their services, click for an NRS video.
"I see myself in these struggles, of Aboriginal people, of women. I think it’s helpful to see yourself in the struggles of others. You know you’re not alone in it. The same but different struggles. The point is to understand the history of what it means to come from that marginalised, that hated, that demeaned place."
QLife acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, their diversity, histories and knowledge and their continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respects to all Australian Indigenous peoples and their cultures, and to Elders of past, present and future generations.
We pay our respects to those amongst the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex communities who have worked to support the improved health and wellbeing of their peers, children, families, friends, and country. We honour the elders in the diverse communities of which we are a part and we celebrate the extraordinary diversity of people's bodies, genders, sexualities, and relationships that they represent.