If something happens to you at Mardi Gras, we'd like to support you as much as we can.
To get help, you should get into contact with the following services:
50-52 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011
Ph: (02) 9332 1966
The ICLC provides legal advice and assistance to members of the LGBTIQ community across NSW, and disadvantaged people living in the Sydney city area. They may be able to help you if you have been charged with an offence, wish to make a complaint about police conduct, feel discriminated against, or have another legal issue you need some advice on.
Note: There are many community legal centres across Australia. If it is difficult for you to get to the Inner City Legal Centre, you can locate your nearest community legal centre at the National Association of Community Legal Centres.
Ph: 1800 184 527
QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people of diverse sex, genders and sexualities.
323 Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: (02) 9219 5000
Legal Aid provides legal services to disadvantaged people. If you have been charged with a criminal offence and will be appearing before the court, you may be able to get assistance from Legal Aid.
1300 888 529 – from 9am-5pm
If you have been arrested and are in custody you may be able to speak immediately to a lawyer who can give you legal advice about your rights in custody, and police questioning and procedure.
414 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2010
Ph: (02) 9206 2079
ACON helps people in LGBTIQ communities to reduce the harms associated with drug use or to stop using drugs by providing a range of targeted resources and support services.
Pivot Point provides information about alcohol and other drugs that is tailored to LGBTIQ communities. Pivot Point also hosts a self-assessment tool that enables visitors to reflect on their own AOD use. The website features a directory of LGBTIQ inclusive AOD service providers.