The Queensland Government has accepted recommendations made by the Queensland Law Reform Commission in its report Review of the Child Protection Mandatory Reporting Laws for the Early Childhood Education and Care Sector.
The Queensland Government is investing $150 million to establish new, community-run services to enhance the wellbeing and safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children across the state.
The Queensland Government has outlined the way forward for developing an action plan to improve outcomes for vulnerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
My Home is a new care option that places children in the tertiary system who are unable to be returned to their families, with permanent foster carers.
Supporting Families Changing Futures: Advancing Queensland’s child protection and family support reforms reports on key achievements of the 10-year reform agenda to date and sets out the priorities for next two years.
Family and Child Connect services are now available across Brisbane, giving vulnerable families access to the help they need to safely care for their children at home.
Queensland now has a signed Bilateral Agreement for full rollout of the NDIS.