QLife welcomes contact from people who may not be LGB, T or I themselves, but who are worried about someone else in their lives.
If you don’t know where to start looking for help in your community, calling QLife for some local knowledge is a great choice.
Bi-Alliance runs a peer-support discussion group (Bi Chat), as well as an annual dinner for International Celebrate Bisexuality Day in September and attending Pride March in early February each year.
Currently, the Bi-Alliance holds one monthly discussion group the Melbourne Bi Chat.
QLife will enable our communities to work towards our own better health outcomes by providing a place to talk about mental health, relationships, isolation, coming out and a whole host of other concerns.
We bring together and enhance the work of our five state-based partner agencies, based in capital cities across Australia.
These discussion groups are events for bisexual people of any label including no label, people who are unsure or questioning their sexuality, and their loved ones.