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Latest Updates

COVID-19 and Family Violence for LGBTIQ+ people 

COVID-19 and Family Violence for LGBTIQ+ people  As we prepare ourselves for physical distancing and self-isolation, we need to remember home is not always the safest place. For some in our community – job losses and insecure housing can mean that we are forced back to other homes with family or friends which can be […]

COVID-19 Response – Message from our CEO Karen Field

COVID-19 Response: We are here and not going anywhere, but how we stay in touch, deliver services may change as the community grapples with responding to COVID-19. This is a message to all drummond street service users, communities, sector friends, community organisations, support groups and suppliers. drummond street services want to reassure you we will […]

LGBTIQ+ Homelessness Position Statement

The links between mental health and homelessness are well known and these issues have significant impacts on LGBTIQ+ people. We also know there is a lack of supported accommodation and recovery options which address the high levels of distress among people with complex needs and who have lived experience of intersectional identities (e.g. diverse sexual/gender/race/culture […]

50% plus LGBTIQ people access mental health services

by  JESSE JONES for QN Magazine Link to live article: https://qnews.com.au/50-plus-lgbtiq-people-access-mental-health-services-qn-magazine/       Image_ Facebook More than half of the LGBTIQ community access mental health services according to new research by Melbourne’s Drummond Street Services. Markedly, cis women and trans people show up as most likely to access help. The Queerspace Survey Results 2019 show some concerning findings and […]

It’s More Complex than ‘Yes’

Six months ago, political leaders decided to hold a postal survey asking all of Australia to vote on the marital rights of some of us. This thrust LGBTIQA+ people into the spotlight, and our communities, whilst trying to protect ourselves from the ‘debate’, also suffered fractures within. Two weeks after the announcement queerspace sat down with people […]