Child Safety Services

Child safety cadetships available for Indigenous university students

Cadetships are available for Indigenous university students who are interested in working in child safety. The cadetships will be offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their final year of a Bachelor of Human Services or Social Work, and who are interested in a career as a Child Safety Officer.

  • New support services for young people leaving care

    New support services are now available for young people aged up to 21 years who have left statutory care to live as independent adults.

  • New Family and Child Connect ready to help vulnerable families

    The first seven Family and Child Connect services are ready to support vulnerable families by connecting them to the right services at the right time. Families will get the help they need to care for their children safely at home.

  • A free mobile app for young people leaving care

    Sortli is a free mobile app for young people to help them think about their life after leaving the care system and plan their transition to independence.

  • New Stronger Families website

    The Queensland Government is working to build stronger families and keep children safely at home. The new Stronger Families website is a central point for news and information relating to these reforms.

  • Creating stronger families

    The Queensland Government is transforming the state’s child protection system to help families care for their children and make Queensland the safest place in Australia to raise a child.

  • Is there room in your life to foster a child?

    Foster carers are everyday people who open their homes and hearts to help children and young people in need. Do you have room in your life to foster a child?

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