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Cleveland Carer Support Group

QLD Country Women’s Association 3 Waterloo Street, Cleveland, QLD

Fourth Monday of each month from 10am. Our Cleveland Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Dual Diagnosis Carer Support Group (Online)

Online Brisbane

Caring for a loved one with a dual diagnosis can bring with it some unique challenges. This support group has been created specifically to support the carers of those with a dual diagnosis and is a result of recent feedback from our carers.

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Caboolture Carer Support Group

Caboolture Neighbourhood Centre 9 George Street, Caboolture, QLD

Fourth Thursday of each month 10am - 12 noon. Our Caboolture Carer Support Group offer a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Ipswich Carer Support Group

Ipswich Carer Hub 303 Brisbane St, West Ipswich, QLD

4th Friday of the month 10am -12noon. Our Ipswich Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Inner Brisbane Carer Support Group

Merthyr Road Uniting Church 52 Merthyr Road, New Farm, QLD

10am last Saturday of each month. Our Inner Brisbane Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Carindale Carer Support Group

Carindale Library 1151 Creek Rd,, Westfield Carindale, QLD

11:45am - 1:45pm First Tuesday of each month. Our Carindale Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Indooroopilly Carer Support Group

Indooroopilly Library Meeting Room Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, Level 4, 322 Moggill Rd,, Indooroopilly, QLD

First Thursday of each month from 1:30pm. Our Indooroopilly Carer Support Group offers a supportive environment where people have the opportunity to talk about their feelings, help explore alternative ways of coping, offer support to other group members, or to simply listen and observe. Support groups are also a valuable means of informing carers of Arafmi services and resources that are available to assist their caring role.

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Dual Diagnosis Carer Support Group (Online)

Online Brisbane

Caring for a loved one with a dual diagnosis can bring with it some unique challenges. This support group has been created specifically to support the carers of those with a dual diagnosis and is a result of recent feedback from our carers.

Arafmi would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. We value their cultures, identities, and continuing connection to country, waters, kin and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and are committed to making a positive contribution to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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