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Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

A new child safety career is waiting for you

Are you ready to make a difference to the lives of some of Queensland's most vulnerable children and families? We need qualified people just like you to fill 292 new child safety positions over the next two years. We'll need 236 in the coming year alone

Tickets now available for the 2017 Queensland Multicultural Awards Gala Lunch

Don’t miss your opportunity to celebrate the outstanding work or volunteering that Queenslanders are doing to create welcome, build opportunity and celebrate diversity.

There’s no excuse for elder abuse

Would you recognise elder abuse if it happened to someone you know? Find out what elder abuse is and how you can help.

Queensland budget 2017-18: supporting our communities

The 2017-18 Queensland Budget focuses on the sustainability of the disability and community services sectors which support some of our most vulnerable people.

Successful grant recipients for multicultural projects announced

We have just announced the successful applicants under the Celebrating Multicultural Queensland grants program for multicultural projects for 2017.

Domestic and family violence legislative changes commence

Changes to the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act from 30 May will mean greater protection for victims and their children. The changes strengthen police and justice responses, and allow for improved information sharing between government and non-government organisations.

Changing futures through the Empowering Families Innovation Grants

Applications are open for the Empowering Families Innovation Grants, which aims to ignite game-changing ideas and solutions to help keep Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children safe, well and connected to family, culture and country.

Our way to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

The Queensland Government in partnership with community organisations has released a strategy and action plan outlining how we will work differently together to improve life opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

Financial assistance for non-profit organisations

If your non-profit organisation has been affected by ex-Cyclone Debbie, you may be eligible for loans or grants assistance through the QRAA. Logan, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast regions assistance just announced.

Announcements and consultations

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