Parent Body:
Uniting Communities
Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm
Bfriend Community Worker
People 16 years and older seeking support or information regarding newly identifying samegender attracted, intersex or transgender & gender diverse people.
For wheelchairs, Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets

Founded in 1995, Bfriend is a part of Uniting Communities (formerly known as UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide) and is part a not-for-profit organisation providing vital services to individuals, families and communities across South Australia. Bfriend is offered as a free service for people newly identifying as LGBTIQA+ or have questions about sexuality and/or gender identity, their families and friends, and anyone else offering support to someone in this community

  • Support for newly identifying same-gender attracted, gay, lesbian, bisexual, intersex, and transgender people and those who are exploring their sexuality/gender identity.
  • Support for families, care-givers, school workers and others supporting LGBTIQA+ individuals.
  • Short-term support for newly identifying people from a trained volunteer who is connected with the LGBTIQA+ community - including regular, short-term, support groups for newly identifying people; information forums.
  • Information and resources -
  • Community events.
  • Consultancy and training to organisations, government and the community.
Last updated: 13/02/2019
Information provided by: Connecting Up
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