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Our annual report

We are proud to present our 2021-22 Annual Report, Our Community, Our Work, Our Stories.

We believe it provides valuable insights into the key issues affecting our community in Brisbane and Logan and how we are working towards reinstating the wellbeing of our people – person by person, family by family, generation by generation.

Take a look at what we have achieved over the past 12 months.

Annual Report

2021 – 2022

Annual Report

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Financial Statements

2021 – 2022

Financial Statements

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To read previous Annual Reports and Financial Statements visit:

2020-21 Annual Report
2020-21 Financial Statements

2019-20 Annual Report
2019-20 Financial Statements

2018-19 Annual Report
2018-19 Financial Statements

2017-18 Annual Report
2017-18 Financial Statements

To receive a hard copy of our Annual Report or Financial Statements please email our Marketing Team.

Our history

ATSICHS Brisbane was formed by community members and concerned general practitioners as a small volunteer group in the early 1970s. Opening its doors in a shopfront at Red Hill we provided primary health care to the Indigenous community around Spring Hill.


The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) Brisbane formally commenced operations at a converted shop front in Red Hill.


We moved to South Brisbane where our service continued to expand.


The then Council of Management sought new premises to accommodate the many programs that the service was now providing.


We moved to 10 Hubert Street in Woolloongabba, a location that was historically close to where large numbers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples lived in Brisbane.


We moved to temporary premises in West End as a result of plans for the construction of a major tunnel in Brisbane.


We formally changed our name to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS), in recognition of the two distinct cultural sub-groups that make up the Indigenous population of Brisbane.


We completed major capital works and commenced expanded operations at Woolloongabba, Woodridge, Northgate and Acacia Ridge.


We have now grown to be one of the largest Indigenous community organisations in Queensland, and proudly remain community-owned and managed.

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