Make A Referral
QPASTT can support Queensland residents who:
If you would like to speak to a QPASTT duty officer before making your referral, please contact us on 07 3391 6677
Community Leader Referrals
QPASTT has worked closely with Community Leaders to develop a referral form to use when referring community members or making a self-referral.
Referrals to our Youth Programs
QPASTT’s Youth Engagement & Advocacy Officers provide support to young people from refugee backgrounds in response to a range of issues including refugee experience trauma, mental health, health, housing, social issues, intergenerational conflict, and more.
Services Outside of Queensland
For people residing outside of Queensland, please see the Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma to find your state agency.
What happens after I make a referral?
Our Intake and Connect Team assess all referrals to QPASTT. An Intake and Connect team member will assess the referral and contact the referred person (or their parent/guardian) and welcome them to QPASTT.
An Intake and Connect Worker will understand and respond to any immediate needs related to a person’s wellbeing. Information about a range of QPASTT services will be discussed with each client.
QPASTT is not a crisis service. If you or someone you know needs help right now, please contact:
Referring Children and Young People
If you a referring a child under 18 years, you must complete the Parental Consent section of the online referral form.
It is important to talk to children and young people about QPASTT and the possibility of referral, providing them choice where possible.
You may need to arrange an accredited interpreter if required, to assist you to ensure that parents/guardians are fully informed and consent to the referral.
If the person you are referring needs an interpreter, you can contact the Telephone Interpreting Service on 13 14 50 or call QPASTT and we can arrange an interpreter for you.