A GREAT NEW INITIATIVE HAS LAUNCHED IN SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND

Healthcare for those experiencing homelessness and vulnerability.

Important COVID-19 / Coronavirus Message for all Patients:

If you have a fever, or flu-like symptoms, like a cough or sore throat, or you’re having difficulty breathing OR if you have been in contact with someone who has been overseas in the last 14 days, please ring Sunny Street on 07 5313 7778 before attending your usual clinic.
Call 000 if you need urgent medical help. Sunny Street thanks you for your co-operation.

Sunny Street Virtual Clinic Schedule – Australia Wide

Day

Location

Time

Tuesday Online 4.30pm – 8.00pm AEDT
Wednesday Online 4.30pm – 8.30pm AEDT
Thursday Online 4.30pm – 8.00pm AEDT

Sunny Street Clinic Schedule – Brisbane Region

No appointment necessary – Just drop in!

Day

Location

Address

Time

Tuesday Red Cross Night Café Below King George Square
Basement of 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
6.15pm – 8.00pm
Wednesday Brisbane Relief Hub, Fortitude Valley Cnr of Warry St & 316 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Thursday Red Cross Night Café Below King George Square
Basement of 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
6.15pm – 8.00pm

Sunny Street Clinic Schedule – Sunshine Coast / Gympie Area

No appointment necessary – Just drop in!

Day

Location

Address

Time

Monday The Shack 19 Price St, Nambour 7am – 9am
Tuesday Tait Duke Cottage 14 Earl St, Tewantin 9.30am – 11.30am
* Fortnightly
Tuesday Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre 2, 5th Avenue, Maroochydore 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Wednesday Nambour Caravan Park 1251 Nambour Connection Rd, Kulangoor 9.00am – 11.00am
* Fortnightly
Wednesday The Daily Bread 10 Sydney Street, Nambour 4.30pm – 6:30pm
Thursday Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre 2, 5th Avenue, Maroochydore 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Sunny Street Virtual Clinic Schedule -Australia Wide

Tuesday
4.30pm – 8.00pm AEDT

 

Wednesday
4.30pm – 8.30pm AEDT

 

Thursday
4.30pm – 8.00pm AEDT

 

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Sunny Street Clinic Schedule –
Brisbane Region

No appointment necessary – Just drop in!

Tuesday
Red Cross Night Café, Below King George Square
Basement of 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
6.15pm – 8.00pm

 

Wednesday
Brisbane Relief Hub, Fortitude Valley
Cnr of Warry St & 316 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley
6.30pm – 8.00pm

 

Thursday
Red Cross Night Café, Below King George Square
Basement of 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
6.15pm – 8.00pm

 

Sunny Street Clinic Schedule –
Sunshine Coast / Gympie Area

No appointment necessary – Just drop in!

Monday
The Shack
19 Price St, Nambour
7am – 9am

 

Tuesday
Tait Duke Cottage
14 Earl St, Tewantin
9.30am – 11.30am
* Fortnightly

 

Tuesday
Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre
2, 5th Avenue, Maroochydore
4.30pm – 6.30pm

 

Wednesday
Nambour Caravan Park
1251 Nambour Connection Rd, Kulangoor
9am – 11am
* Fortnightly

 

Wednesday
The Daily Bread
10 Sydney Street, Nambour
4.30pm – 6.30pm

 

Thursday
Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre
2, 5th Avenue, Maroochydore
4.30pm – 6.30pm

 

Our MISSION

Happy to Help

To help improve the health of those currently experiencing homelessness and for the less fortunate in our community.

Sunny Street is a Nurse Led mobile outreach unit with Doctors and Nurse Practitioners providing primary healthcare and complex coordination services for homeless and vulnerable individuals and families.

Our mission is to facilitate community connectivity and improve access to health care options.

The service is both owned and operationally managed locally by the Medical Director, Dr Nova Evans, and the Nursing Director, Sonia Goodwin.

WHAT DO WE DO?

Mobile Medical Outreach Service

HOW CAN SUNNY STREET HELP?

Specifically for those who are homeless and have little, to no access to proper health care.
This can be one of the most trying and confronting times for someone in this situation.

We want to help give them a glimmer of hope. We want them to know we care. We want to educate them on how we can help.

We want to be positive about their future.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Spread the word – We want to educate the world on the great work we do at Sunny Street. We want people to be interested in finding out more about us. We want them to know we care.

Volunteer – We are always seeking enthusiastic people including nurses and doctors to join our team and help vulnerable people and really make a difference to the community.

Please contact us at info@sunnystreet.org to donate medical equipment or for opportunities to create collaborative partnerships and/or sponsorship.

MEDICAL AND NURSING EVENT SUPPORT

Do you need a dedicated team of professionals as support for your event?

We are reliable and have varied experiences in healthcare, so we are sure to be able to accommodate the needs of your event.

Please use our enquiries form or contact details to start planning some support at your event.

MAKING A DIFFEREnCE

Testimonials

Thanks Sunny Street for your commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of those experiencing homelessness and/or marginalised. I have not only watched the physical health of those who attend your clinics improve but also their mental health and attitudes shift from a negative to a more positive and optimistic one.

Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre

Sunny Street provide a vital service for the young people accessing Night Cafe. Previous to Sunny Street being in the space, Night Café workers have had limited options in terms of escalation of care for young people looking to access health care. Often times, the young persons accessing night café have a history of trauma when accessing mainstream health care, the outcome being a refusal to go with emergency services and or refusal of accessing mainstream health care options the next day. Sunny Streets’ unique approach to health care solutions coupled with their trauma informed consultation makes them a very accessible service to persons in this situation who may or may not access health care through mainstream avenues. In terms of Night Café this well and truly has been the trend we have noticed. Young people whose quality of life has been impaired by barriers to health care have found a pathway to access health care in a way that is safe, accessible, and affordable to them.

Matthew Scurrah, Youth Worker Red Cross Night Café

We’ve made the news

Media

We recently had a fantastic article written up from Australia’s largest women’s online media group Mamamia. Check it out.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY AND SUPPORT

COLLABORATORS

We'd love some feedback

Please provide us with some feedback so that we can continually improve and celebrate our successes.

How would you rate the quality of the service provided?

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Enquiries

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P. O. Box 806
Buderim, Queensland