LGBTQIA+ Mentoring Projects


queerspace’s Mentoring Project aims to build resilience and mental health for LGBTIQA+ people, by providing support with skills, identity and community.

Mentoring is about bringing peers together, whether someone is wanting support with coming out, staying discreet, transitioning, navigating relationships with family and other loved ones, moving to Melbourne or just finding themselves and a place in community.

Mentoring is for family members too, who are wanting to understand how to support someone in their life that is LGBTIQA+.  For example, your child comes out and you want to learn more about their identity to support them.

People of any ages, disabilities, races, religions, sexualities, genders, cultural identities, and classes can mentor or be mentored.

This service is free and runs online, via phone, or in-person following COVID-19 safety processes.

For more information, visit our website: 

We are a part of queerspace, who are registered as a: Not-for-profit.

More details

LGBTIQ Owned and Operated: Yes
Service Delivery Format:
  • - Face-to-face
  • - Online forum/Group
  • - Phone
  • - Email
Service Delivery Location:
  • - All of Victoria
  • - Metro North
  • - Metro West

Cost: Free
Opening Times: Normal Business Hours


Wheel Chair accessible
Hearing impaired
Sight Impaired
Cognitive Sensibility
Logo of the organisation's name, queerspace, with each letter of the word coloured differently in the PoC rainbow colours. Caption below, saying our health in our hands, in black text.

How to contact us

Contact Name: Mentoring Projects
Phone Number: (03) 9663 6733
Email Address:

Social media:

100 Drummond Street
Victoria 3053
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