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Townsville Community Care And Acquired Brain Injury Unit (TCCU & ABIU)


The Townsville Community Care and Acquired Brain Injury Unit is a 30 bed residential facility located at the Kirwan Health Campus. Accommodation is provided in single and two bedroom apartments. The unit functions within a recovery model, with a strong focus on return to community living and community inclusion.

Consumer programs are individualised and include livings skills, recreational and leisure activities, medication education, budget management and assistance with accessing education or training and employment. Programs at TCCU & ABIU are recovery focused and consumers and family/carers actively participate in program planning and review of their achievements.

Referral Procedure

  • TCCU - Internal referrals only
  • ABIU - Contact the unit for a referral form.

Our Health Team

  • Consultant Psychiatrist
  • Psychiatric Registrar
  • Nurse Unit Manger
  • Clinical Nurse Consultant
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Psychologists
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Social Worker
  • Indigenous Mental Health Worker
  • Administration Officers
  • Rehabilitation Assistants
  • Operational Staff

Related Links

ABIOS - Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service located at the Princess Alexandra Hospital - Metro South Health Service.


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Last updated: 14 October 2016

photo of Kirwan Rehabilitation Unit building
Townsville Community Care Unit (TCCU)
& Acquired Brain Injury Unit (ABI)

Contact Details

Location:Kirwan Health Campus.
138 Thuringowa Drive.
Kirwan QLD 4817
IMB 91
PO Box 306
Thuringowa Central
QLD 4817
Telephone:+61 7 4433 9800
Facsimile:+61 7 4433 9801