Clinical Support

Gender Clinic Resources for Clinical Support.


DocLIST is an online list of doctors and mental health professionals who have been recommended by lesbian and bisexual women in Australia.

Equinox – Gender Diverse Health Care Clinic

Equinox is a peer led Trans and Gender Diverse Health Service operated by Thorne Harbour Health.  Services include General Practice healthcare, sexual health, hormone initiation and management, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and counselling.

Futures Free From Violence

Futures Free From Violence offers a new 17 week no cost group program for queer, bisexual, lesbian women and/or trans and gender diverse people who have used violence in a relationship. Futures Free From Violence also provides therapy and individual support, designed to provide support in making transformative changes away from harmful behaviours and toward respectful relationships. Futures Free From Violence offers a supportive environment where participants can explore power and control in relationships and the impacts these behaviours have. Futures Free From Violence is also offering a support group for LGBTIQ+ people who have experienced violence in relationships.

If you would like to know more about these programs please contact Vincent (Phone: 0418 602 078 or e-mail or Anne-lise (Phone: 0427 634 559 or e-mail at queerspace (drummond street services).

Gateway Health Gender Service – Wodonga

Providing support, information and referral for Gender-questioning, trans and gender diverse young people aged 17 and under; Parents, carers and family members, and GPs and service providers.

A registered nurse coordinates this service. There is no cost to see the nurse.

Opening hours: Wednesday and Thursday from 9am – 5pm. To make a confidential appointment: Speak to Gateway Health reception by phoning (02) 6022 8888 or Free Call 1800 657 573 or you can visit reception at 155 High Street, Wodonga.


Headspace centres are located across metropolitan, regional and rural areas of Australia. Each centre can help with mental health, physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and other drugs or work and study issues. Headspace has good policies around inclusive care of trans gender diverse and non-binary people; centres often have experienced clinicians and sometimes run support groups.

Psychiatrists experienced in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and Gender Dysphoria can be accessed via the Headspace National Telehealth Service if you are based in a regional or rural area. You can be referred to the Telehealth service either by your local GP or a headspace centre’s GP; a mental health treatment plan is not required.


Drummond Street, Queerspace, Victorian Aids Council and Merri Health have partnered to deliver the iHeal service for survivors of family violence who are no longer in crisis. iHeal provides a range of supports tailored to suit LGBTIQ survivors, and where appropriate their family’s needs. Support may include counselling, case work and advocacy, support groups and workshops.

La Trobe University Voice Clinic

The Communication Clinic at La Trobe University provides preventative and rehabilitative services in the area of voice, including voice modification for individuals with gender dysphoria.

Launch Housing

Operates as a provider of services to the homeless including trans and gender diverse people. There are several ways to access services. If you’re experiencing homelessness, at risk of losing your home, or you need to escape family violence, call Opening Doors on 1800 825 955 (free call, open 24/7).

Launch Housing takes referrals from Opening Doors, a state wide program which coordinates support to people experiencing homelessness. You can also drop into Launch Housing entry points in Collingwood, Cheltenham and St Kilda.

Mind Specialist LGBTI Clinics

Mind Australia’s Aftercare team is a peer-led team of mental health peer support workers, counsellors and psychologists who are part of the LGBTIQA+ community and understand the challenges faced by the community based on their own lived experience of thoughts of suicide.  Aftercare offers recovery-focused, short-term (up to six months) community-based and therapeutic support to help you, your chosen family members and other important people in your life.

Northside Clinic

LGBTI friendly general medical practice. Address: 370 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North VIC

Prahran Market Clinic

LGBTI friendly general medical practice. Address: 325 Chapel St, Prahran VIC 3181

Preston Trans and Gender Diverse Clinic

Victorian Trans and Gender Diverse Community Health Services Clinics are based in Preston and Ballarat. Operated by Your Community Health, Ballarat Community Health and Austin Health.


QHealth is a counselling service for people who would like to talk about the concerns or impacts of their alcohol or other drug use in a confidential, nonjudgmental and queer-affirmative space. The service is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of Melbourne’s LGBTIQA+ communities. All counsellors are LGBTIQA+ identifying.


QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI). QLife provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to people of all ages across the full breadth of people’s bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities, and lived experiences. The service operates 3:00pm to midnight in your state, around Australia, every day.


Queerspace is a health and wellbeing service for LGBTIQA+ people that offer a range of individual, relationship and family counselling, groups and community events.

Rainbow Door

Rainbow Door is a free specialist LGBTIQA+ (Lesbian, Gay , Bisexual, Transgender and Gender Diverse, Intersex, Queer, Asexual, BrotherBoys, SisterGirls) helpline providing information, support, and referral to all LGBTIQA+ Victorians, their friends and family during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. This service is run by Switchboard Victoria.
Rainbow Door is a free service for all Victorian LGBTIQA+ people, their friends and family during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

Royal Children’s Hospital Gender Service

Gender Clinic for children and adolescents under 17 years of age. Address: 50 Flemington Road, Parkville, VIC 3052

Switchboard Victoria

Switchboard provides a free, confidential and anonymous telephone counselling, referral and information service for the Victorian and Tasmanian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) communities and their supporters. The telephones are answered by trained volunteers who themselves identify as LGBTIQ. Switchboard also provides a volunteer service, Out and About, a volunteer based home visiting service for older LGBTIQ Victorians.  Toll free: 1800 184 527, Phone: 9663 2939.

The Bouverie Centre, Victoria’s Family Institute

The Bouverie Centre is a state-wide service which provides Family Therapy, Training and Consultation. Family Therapy is provided to families including Trans and gender diverse families. The centre-based service is funded by the Department of Human Services and is free of charge.

Thorne Harbour Country

The Thorne Harbour Country Community Hub is located at 496 Hargreaves Street, Bendigo and is open for drop in from 9am–5pm Monday-Friday. The Community Hub offers a safe and supportive space for LGBTI people and PLHIV. Some of current services and supports include: Professional counselling for LGBTI people and PLHIV; one-on-one peer support for gay, bi and queer men including trans men, around HIV, sex and sexual health; information and referral for LGBTI community; LGBTI social inclusive morning tea group.

TG Health Clinic – Prahran

TG health Clinic provide healthcare support and advice to empower transgender and gender diverse people to be the best version of themselves they can be.

Vincent Care

VincentCare welcomes people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, gender diverse or intersex. VincentCare is a specialist housing and homelessness service that supports people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or experiencing a housing crisis. This includes couch surfing, emergency or insecure accommodation, rooming or boarding housing – or being kicked out of home and having nowhere to go. VincentCare can help you find crisis accommodation, support you to find sustainable housing, refer you to other LGBTIQ-friendly services, provide information about support or peer groups, help with mental health, alcohol or drug issues, general health or family violence. Phone: 03 9304 0809.