In-Home Support

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In-Home Support

Do you have a disability or a mental health condition and need in-home or personal support to remain living independently in your own home?

At IMPACT Community Services we can help with your personal care, domestic assistance, social support, life skills development and services.

You can choose IMPACT as your service provider for:

  • Attendant care/personal care 
    Our personal care support assists people with disabilities to address daily personal care needs

  • In-home accommodation support
    We help you build and retain your personal independence by assisting/mentoring with cooking, cleaning and household chores. We assist you to connect socially with the community and ensure you can get to the shops, bank and to your appointments.

Contact Impact Support Services

Referral Details

Adult Mental Health, CYMHS & Headspace referrals are welcome at IMPACT, for all other referrals please contact PHN.

Need help now?

Domestic Violence Services

How to report a DFV incident Visit Police Website, CLICK HERE or for all other domestic violence related matters, phone Policelink on 131 444, 24 hours, 7 days a week .

Family and child safety

  • Child Safety Central Queensland Regional Intake Service (business hours): 1300 703 762 
  • Child Safety (after hours): 1800 177 135
  • Family and Child Connect (FACC) 13 32 64 to share your concerns for families in your community.

Parenting/mental health support

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