Funding for support agencies

We provide funding to not-for-profit agencies that support victims of violent crime in Queensland.

Victim Services Funding Program 2017–22

We have allocated $15.7 million of funding over 2017–22 to community organisations to provide free or low-cost services to victims of crime in Queensland. We have split this funding across 6 streams:

  1. Trauma-informed counselling and support for victims of crime, delivered across Queensland.
  2. Trauma-informed support for young and adult males who are victims of sexual violence.
  3. Trauma-informed support for young and adult victims of violent crime who have an intellectual disability.
  4. Trauma-informed support of people who have been affected by the crime of homicide.
  5. Support for children and young victims of violent crime involved in the criminal justice system.
  6. Support for adult victims of violent crime involved in the criminal justice system.

Funding breakdown

A breakdown of the 2017–22 service delivery investment to be provided to individual community organisations is set out below.

Community organisationFunding
Relationships Australia—Stream 1 $6,750,000
Anglicare Southern Queensland—Stream 2 $1,100,000
Working Alongside People with Intellectual and Learning Difficulties (WWILD)—Stream 3 $1,350,000
Queensland Homicide Victim Support Group—Stream 4 $2,650,000
Protect All Children Today—Stream 5 $2,650,000
Court Network—Stream 6 $1,200,000

One-off funding

The Queensland Government allocated $70,470 of one-off funding over 2019-20 to community organisations to help strengthen the service sector and communities across Queensland to assist victims to get their lives back on track.

Funding breakdown


Bravehearts Foundation Ltd.

Bravehearts will deliver a three-day specialist child sexual assault and exploitation masterclass in Toowoomba, Mackay and Rockhampton, providing high-level specialised skills development to 20 practitioners in each location. The project aims to provide Allied Health Professionals who work with children and families who have experienced child sexual assault and exploitation with a strong foundation in working with this vulnerable population in these targeted regions.


Australian Dental Health Foundation

This project will build the network of volunteers who provide dental services to individuals and families impacted by domestic violence who have experienced dental trauma and/or ongoing oral health problems, and develop an information booklet to provide guidance to dental practitioners on best practice processes for working with victims of domestic violence.




More information

For specific questions about future offers, email Please note, Victim Assist is unable to respond directly to your questions.

If you are interested in applying in the future, you may also want to read about other projects that were approved in the past.