Help Disability Support

Enhancing the lifestyle & independence of people with disability



Welcome to our Hub!

Mitchelton offers a variety of community-based programs that enhances the lifestyle and independence of people with disability.

Whether it's supporting you to develop your independent living skills, enhancing your health and wellbeing or helping you to build social networks through community participation - our friendly team are dedicated to ensuring we achieve your goals.

Our Mitchelton Hub was first established in 2001 and is set in a unique and relaxing environment. We share the same site as HELP's Oxford Park Nursery (social enterprise business), employing people with disability as well as, our purpose-built short-term and permanent accommodation for residents with disability.

Hub options

Offering a range of small group and 1:1 community activities:
(NOTE: If you can't see something here that you would really love to do, contact our team to discuss)

Learning & Life Skills:
Health & Wellbeing Programs:
Social, Community & Recreational Activities:
  • Travel training
  • Numeracy and literacy
  • Computer skills
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Food, lifestyle and money (FLM)
  • Independent living skills
  • Community gardening and lawn maintenance
  • Health and fitness
  • Kung fu, dance and yoga
  • Nutrition, cooking and meal planning
  • Creative Industries:
    'Street Meets Rock'
  • Facilitated creative arts programs: drama, arts and craft, dance and karaoke
  • Social days with other hubs, city hall concerts, social outings and more


We offer extended hours*

(*Commencing from October 2019)

Programs include mindfulness, music, movement, movies, tennis, cooking and sharing meals together. There are also innovative fitness activities and a Book Club! Download the full Program Calendar.

  • We recognise that our participants each have their own needs and aspirations and want the choice of when to attend our hub for services. For example, some individuals choose to work or volunteer during the day and socialise in the evening, after work hours.
  • Earlier morning start times and later finishes means that our families and carers supporting loved ones have greater flexibility to work standard hours. 
  • Our extended hub hours enables participants to engage just HELP if they wish; where previously, participants required 2 or more providers to cover the span of support hours across the day. 

You are welcome to join us for the full hours if this suits you, or any time within these hours to help you achieve your goals and needs (ie. a mixture of morning and/or afternoon sessions). If you are interested in registering or finding out more information, please contact our Service Manager.



41 Chessom Street, Mitchelton
(07) 3868 9878

Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm
(extended hours available)