Service integration initiatives responding to COVID-19

The Department of Housing and Public Works and Q Shelter are committed to partnering with you to respond to the needs of people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness or who have a housing need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see the attached letter...

New $24.7 million COVID-19 Immediate Response Fund

The Queensland State Government has established an Immediate Response Fund of $24.7M to deliver enhanced housing and homelessness services. This funding package enhances the work the Queensland State Government is already doing to respond to the housing, homelessness...

Queensland State Budget Submission 2020-2021

Q Shelter has developed a pre-budget submission suggesting a framework of initiatives that have emerged from extensive consultation over the last year and that draws upon evidence and research. We encourage our members and stakeholders to engage with us about...

Q Shelter part of Brisbane Open House!

Q Shelter is based in the Lady Bowen Complex, which will be part of Brisbane Open House next month! This complex was constructed as a lying-in hospital 1889 to provide health care and support to pregnant women who would otherwise not receive medical care during...

We’re Hiring!

Q Shelter is seeking an experienced Finance Officer to join its Organisational Support Team. This is a 3 day a week position in Spring Hill, Brisbane. The successful applicant for this part time position will have relevant qualifications supported by at least 5 years’...

Q Shelter welcomes Budget focus on Universal Housing

Q Shelter congratulates Brisbane City Council for supporting universal housing standards in this week’s Council Budget.Council will provide a significant incentive (between $3000 and $5000 per dwelling) for developers to build houses and apartments to...