We offer support before, during and after your family reunion
We respect your privacy and treat all information confidentially
Link-Up runs a range of healing activities: camps, support groups, art and craft workshops
We offer cultural renewal activities and support return to country
Link-Up (Qld) services started in 1984 in response to concerns expressed by people of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Queensland. These concerns were later realised when the Royal Commissions into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody found that many of the deaths investigated were people who had been separated from the family and communities due to the actions of past government policies.
The Bringing Them Home report by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission in 1997 confirmed the devastating effects that the removal of children has had on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, communities and cultures.
Link-Up (Qld) Aboriginal Corporation was incorporated as a separate body in July 1988. Since 1984, we have successfully supported and reunited many people with their families and communities.
Link-Up (Qld) Aboriginal Corporation supports the healing journeys of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have been separated from their families and cultures through forced removal, fostering, adoption and/or institutionalisation.
We deliver professional, culturally sensitive and confidential research, reunion and cultural wellbeing services to those over eighteen years of age.
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