The service aims to assist people with cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds in accessing aged care in the Logan, Ipswich, Gold Coast and Tweed areas.
Blue Care Multicultural Service Manager, Mercedes Sepulveda, said they are very excited to launch the vital service in Queensland's most culturally diverse region.
"If you look at Logan alone, 25.3 per cent of residents were born overseas and 12 per cent speak a language other than English at home," said Ms Sepulveda.
"It's important that there are bridging services in place so that everyone has the opportunity to access community care regardless of cultural and linguistic backgrounds."
Ms Sepulveda said that Blue Care will work with Home and Community Care (HACC) service providers to be more culturally responsive and help community members make well informed decisions about what services are available.