The program has been culturally tailored and is delivered in language to support CALD communities
to create healthy lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of chronic disease. Over the course of 6
sessions, delivered in groups or one-on-one, virtually, or face-to-face, participants learn about
current Australian guidelines, their risk of chronic disease and ways to make positive changes in their
lives. This is an initiative funded by Health and Wellbeing Queensland, the program is run by a
statewide alliance that includes ECCQ, Diabetes Australia, Stroke Foundation, Heart Foundation,
Queensland Aboriginal & Islander Health Council, and the Primary Health Networks.
The culturally tailored program provides 3 sessions, delivered in small groups or one-on-one within
the Brisbane North PHN area. The program is aimed at improving the awareness, knowledge, and
ability to self-manage or prevent chronic disease, as well as improve participants understanding of
the Australian healthcare system to foster stronger relationships with primary health clinics.
Sessions are flexible and tailored to the participants needs, delivered in their desired language and
at their preferred location, when acceptable. This program is funded by Brisbane North Primary
Health Network (BNPHN).
Aimed to increase the participation of CALD communities in water safety and reduce the incidences
of drowning, Brisbane City Council, Royal Life Saving Society Queensland and ECCQ provide tailored
education on topics including safety in and around water ways (pools, beaches, dams, and rivers),
responding to emergencies and understanding and performing CPR. The one off 2-hour session is
delivered within the Brisbane City Council catchment in language and at a preferred location, when
acceptable. This project is funded by Brisbane City Council.
The program aims to provide a comprehensive and tailored, one off session to communities on how
to remain safe and what to prepare before, during and after common natural disasters faced in
Brisbane. Sessions are delivered within the Brisbane City Council catchment in language and at a preferred location, when acceptable. The program is funded and delivered by Brisbane City Council
funded Disaster Preparedness initiative, in partnership with ECCQ.
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) Program is funded by the
Australian Government and is being implemented across Australia. The LDAT aims to support
communities to plan, organise and facilitate wellness and cultural events to create stronger family
and greater community connections, enhance knowledge on consumption alcohol and drugs. ECCQ
is currently supporting the Australian Karen Organisation – QLD (AKO-QLD) alongside the Arise
Women Support Association Inc. (AWSA).