QuIHN Ltd is a non-government and not-for-profit charity providing a range of specialist social and health services relating to alcohol and other drug (AOD) use and mental health (MH).

QuIHN provides programs across a continuum of care comprising of our:

  • Harm Reduction programs, such as our Needle and Syringe Programs (NSP), hepatitis C testing and sexual health screening, hepatitis C treatment and management, health promotion, overdose prevention programs, social support, and a range of education and referral services
  • Therapeutic programs, such as our non-residential AOD rehabilitation services that includes counselling, therapeutic groups, social support, and withdrawal management,
  • Medical care, such as our General Practice and nursing services.

QuIHN works from a harm minimisation framework with a particular focus on reducing the harms associated with drugs through our harm reduction programs and reducing the demand for drugs through non-residential treatment options. We also believe strongly in equitable access to health care, so we directly provide a range of medical services for our clients.

We deliver our services from our various locations, but we also outreach into communities and other services across Queensland.
QuIHN employs over 100 staff members and operates across several Queensland regions, including:

  • Brisbane, traditional country of the Turrbal and Jugera/Yuggera people.
  • Gold Coast, traditional country of the Yugambah, Kumbumeri, Bundjalong people.
  • Townsville, traditional country of the Bindal and Wulgurukaba people.
  • Redlands, traditional country of the Quandamooka people.
  • Sunshine Coast, traditional country of the Gubbi Gubbi / Kabi Kabi, and Jinibara people.
  • Cairns, traditional country of the Yirrganydji / Gimuy-walubarra Yidi / Yidingi / Djabakai people.
  • Mackay, traditional country of the Yuibera people.
  • Mt Isa, traditional country of the Kalkadoon people.

Contact QuIHN to find out more about how our services can assist you.

In the last 12 months…


occasions of NSP service


units of Naloxone supplied with > 100 overdoses reversed