Bringing South East Queenslanders together to develop a stronger community

At Accoras, we believe that everyone has value in a community, and we are stronger together. Our community programs are designed to educate, support, and inspire South East Queenslanders improve their mental health literacy, embrace other cultures, and play an active role in their community.

What programs are on offer?

Mental Health Webinars

When it comes to mental health, we all have a role to play in our workplaces, community, and at home. These free bi-monthly webinars are delivered by practicing mental health professionals and will enable you to develop a deeper understanding of mental health and learn to support and empower others around mental health.

Community Education

We offer training and workshops related to mental health early intervention for schools, workplaces, teams, and specialised industry-specific workplace training. Run by qualified and practicing social workers, psychologists, and early intervention specialists across the Greater Brisbane area or online via a live or recorded presentation, these trainings can be tailored to suit your needs and areas of interest.

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Implementation of the Accoras RAP has been a priority for our leadership team. We have developed a working group consisting of passionate Accoras employees and representatives from local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This initiative outlines our commitments to reconciliation in Australia through relationships, respect, and opportunities.

Building Resilience in Transcultural Australians (BRiTA) Futures

The BRiTA Futures program is designed to focus on healthy multicultural identity development to build resilience to “live in two or multiple worlds”. Working with young people aged 5-18 years as well as adults is lots of fun with a variety of activities aimed at developing skills for navigating life and a deeper connection to their new country, community, and culture.

Why choose Accoras?

  • Adaptive, flexible, and protective approach
  • Small steps forward for great positive change
  • We genuinely care
  • Judgement free
  • Authentic, safe, open, and respectful communication
  • We see potential where you may not

Case Studies

Real stories about real people.

It’s the reason we do what we do. To see the changes make an actual difference for our clients, their families, and their futures.

  • Georgia had a passion for the Real estate industry, and it was her goal to gain her Real Estate Licence, but she wasn’t able to afford a laptop, or the course required to get her licence.

  • Tracy had unsuccessfully engaged with other supports before, resulting in her being extremely wary and nervous.


If you are experiencing a crisis or emergency, contact the below help lines or, in the event of emergency where someone’s safety is a concern, call 000.

Lifeline: 13 11 14
MH Call: 1300 64 2255
Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800
Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
Parentline: 1300 301 300

Unit 4, 23 Sanders Street, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122

(07) 3306 1083

We are open from Monday – Friday each week, including some evenings.

Please contact our practice for our current opening hours.

You can download a referral form here or call into our practice at Unit 4, 23 Sanders Street, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122 to collect a printed copy.

Contact Us

If you’d like to find out more about our programs, or how we can help you, please just fill out the form on the right. We will be in touch as soon as we can.

In an emergency, or is someone’s life is at risk, call Emergency Services immediately on 000.

Emergency Contact List

If you are experiencing a crisis, support is available through these
organisations, so please call the one that is most relevant to you.

Emergency Services

Call 000


Call 13 11 14

Mental Health Call


Suicide Call Back

Kids Helpline