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Safe Spaces

Brisbane North Safe Space Network

Safe Spaces


Brisbane North Safe Spaces provide people experiencing emotional distress, with friendly and welcoming support, in a safe environment, as an alternative to emergency departments.

The Safe Spaces are open from 5pm –9pm on weekdays and participate in a coordinated calendar of complimentary opening hours amongst the 4 spaces, over the weekends. Please contact your local safe space for more details.

Peer workers will greet guests and any carer or support persons, inquire about what their needs are, offer refreshments, a place to sit, and a range of supports and spaces available.

What to expect:

  • friendly welcome
  • someone who listens
  • support to de-escalate
  • safety planning offered
  • warm connections with other services and supports
  • follow-up contact

The Safe Spaces will aim for guests to leave with a sense of hope and positivity, feeling they have been heard and supported.

Bardon Safe Space

Communify - 180 Jubilee Tce, Bardon

Open 5-9pm Weekdays and 9am-1pm Weekends

Strathpine Safe Space

Neami National - Unit 6/327 Gympie Rd, Strathpine

Open 5-9pm Weekdays and 3-7pm Weekends

Caboolture Safe Space

STRIDE Caboolture - 24 George St, Caboolture

Open 5-9pm Weekdays and 10am – 2pm Weekends

Redcliffe Safe Space

Opening Monday 22nd August

Redcliffe Youth Space - 440 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe (on the corner, next to the Skate Park)

Open 5-9pm Weekdays and 3pm-7pm Weekends

Safe Spaces Brochure

Brochure available to download here.

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