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  • Child safety cadetships available for Indigenous university students

    24 March 2015

    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.

  • Queensland Multicultural Awards 2015

    19 March 2015

    Nominations are now open for the Queensland Multicultural Awards which recognise the valuable contributions of Queenslanders working to promote the benefits of a multicultural society. Applications close 24 April.

  • New support services for young people leaving care

    16 March 2015

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

  • Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence report

    2 March 2015

    The Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence has delivered its report ‘Not now, Not ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence’.

  • Self Recovery App

    22 February 2015

    Access to vital information about Queensland disasters and emergencies is now available through the Self Recovery App.

  • New Family and Child Connect ready to help vulnerable families

    19 January 2015

    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.

  • Getting people with disability ready for the NDIS

    12 November 2014

    We have funded nine organisations to deliver Participant Readiness activities across the state to help people with disability get ready for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Find out more about activities in your area and how you can get involved.

  • Talking Families — help for parents when they need it

    3 November 2014

    The Talking Families campaign encourages parents and families to talk about the pressures of parenting and seek help when they need it. The campaign is part of the Queensland Government’s Stronger Families reform program.

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